There is a real need to have a consumer appliance, plug-play, affordable, Wyzecam, storage backup device, just in case the cameras get stolen, smashed, or the SD card gets pulled by an undesirable person.
I have been building my own computer related devices from high school, for the TRS-80, Commodore PET, Atari 400, 800 and 1200, and as the older people in the family get older they wanted Wyzecams. So we install a large amount of cameras at many homes and I have been tech support for Baby Boomers I would be great to have an appliance like the cable companies’ video recorder - which I still get asked for technical support for recording Korean Soaps. And the must recent questions were, where is the shift level in these new cars? whats’ that knob do?
“You mean we educated, supported and financed these younger generations and now they make cars we can’t understand!” was three weeks ago.
I’m happy to support Wyze products as long as non-techies can operate it, simply
because being free technical support gets old after 40+ years.