On the heels of a successful product unveiling at CES 2013, iSmart Alarm, Inc (www.ismartalarm.com) is now launching an awareness campaign for its iPhone-controlled home security and home automation system on global crowdfunding site Indiegogo. The goal of the campaign is to build upon the initial buzz created at CES by offering customers the opportunity to support the project, as well as pre-order the home alarm system at a much-below-retail price. To view or contribute to the iSmartAlarm Indiegogo campaign, go to www.indiegogo.com/ismartalarm.
The idea behind the iSmartAlarm system first began when Steve Jobs' home was broken into in mid-2012, and over $60,000 worth of Apple products and personal belongings were stolen. The iSmartAlarm system integrates with the free iPhone App to allow the user to arm, disarm, and monitor their security system from anywhere, at any time, and provides better performance over conventional home security system.
"Since our launch, we've been inundated with people asking how they can be the first to get an iSmartAlarm system for their homes," said Raymond Meng. "In an effort to meet demand, we've started an Indiegogo campaign with the funds going toward production of the home security and home control systems which will be shipped in April."
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