Announced last year along with the slew of Ring products, the Ring Home Security Drone (officially called Ring Always Home Cam) is now inviting you to be a beta tester. The catch: it is only available in the United States and by invitation only.
A video doorbell from a reliable brand name does not come cheap. But that is about to change with Amazon Blink’s first video doorbell, the Blink Video Doorbell.
You know how is it with some video doorbells. They alert you on just about anything. It is frustrating and distracting. But with the new battery-powered Nest Video Doorbell, it is able to differentiate between people, animals, vehicles, and even packages, so that you’d get the alerts that are relevant to you.
With the improving technology, installing a home security unit keeps getting more comfortable. The current market has security units with different installation choices. For instance, you can opt to install a system with wireless CCTV cameras. Another homeowner can settle for wired CCTV cameras.
If anyone is in the market for an affordable, high-resolution home security camera that is discreet yet sleek, then you may want to check out home security maker’s newest offering, the HeimVision Assure B1 2K UHD Camera. As the product name suggests, this uber stylish and compact security camera records in 2K resolution.
Red and blue flashing lights and siren, which are synonymous with police, have now arrived to home security camera – thanks to the Swann 4K Enforce Kit Security System.
You heard of drones patrolling industrial complexes and the idea of camera-armed drone patrolling your property’s backyard and perimeter. Well, today, or rather last week, video doorbell maker Ring takes it a step further, or should we say, a step inner, with an indoor drone that patrols room-to-room.
Zooming in on a security footage and expecting a clear image is, unfortunately a CBS’ CSI tech fantasy. However, with 2K video footage, you’d have images so sharp that you probably didn’t need to zoom.
Ring has announced two new video doorbells, the Ring Video Doorbell 3 and Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus. Yes. ‘Plus’ has arrived to video doorbell too. Aesthetically, the two looks pretty much like its predecessor, but under the hood, the Ring Video Doorbell does have some upgrades.
Here’s a 360-degree video camera designed for video conferencing that’s unlike the few we have seen previously. Katai BlueJay, as it is called, is designed to be affixed under a display such as a flat screen TV which your team and you will be looking at other parties. Makes sense? I think it does.