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Home security device needed!

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I want a device for my apartment to put inside my room to record video and audio. Preferences are as follows.

1.) micro-SD or SD card compatible ( I have a microsd card 8gb and an SD adapter)
2.) USB compatible to transfer data / charge
3.) Wireless (in terms of recording video, not viewing footage or anything)

Basically I just want something I can stick on the wall or on a shelf in my room, turn on to record video when I want it to record, then transfer the video and audio to my PC using USB.
Any suggestions? Doesn't have to be extremely high quality video, as I want to keep a low budget. Thanks.
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Hm, not sure if this would be up your alley, but I know DLInk seems to offer some fairly cheap solutions for network cameras. They're wireless and can be accessed via PC or iPhone.Android.

Not sure what you're budget is, but typically, security cameras and systems are pretty pricey (above the $200.00 mark). This is a cheaper solution.

http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=wireless+security+cameras&hl=en&prmd=imvnsu&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_cp.,cf.osb&ion=1&biw=1144&bih=825&um=1&ie=UTF-8&tbm=shop&cid=120862948181772520&sa=X&ei=qGMLT86mAYbgsQLN9a2CBg&ved=0CKcBEOUNMAA
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I like it actually, is there any recording functionality built in or would that have to be done PC-side?
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From their website, it appears they include free software. The video is recorded to your PC's HDD.

http://www.dlink.com/category/productcategories/?cid=7

Not too bad when you factor in that a standalone security system is upwards of 200 or more, and most network camera setups being well over 200.
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