Tech Expert Andy Taylor with hi-tech Mother's Day gift - Tucson News Now

Tech Expert Andy Taylor with hi-tech Mother's Day gift

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iHome is out with a new mirror with seven times magnification, that has lots of new features.  It includes iPhone connectivity, and Bluetooth speakers.

The iHome icvBTV7 can be carried around thanks to the four-hour battery charge. It sells for $150.

Nest is expanding their reach outdoors. The company is out with an outdoor security camera.  

This All Weather Camera captures in HD, and no batteries are needed. The cam records in the cloud constantly with Nest Aware – the camera features a 130 degree angle and can zoom up to eight times. This costs between $170 and $200. 

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