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  • Cocoon offers simple, affordable home security
  • Cocoon offers simple, affordable home security
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Cocoon offers simple, affordable home security

Home security was once considered an elaborate luxury, available only to those who could afford their paranoias. But new products are catering to new needs. Cocoon makes peace of mind around home security affordable and simple; it's as cheap as a PlayStation, and just as easy to set up.

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