The Ring Video Doorbell family is growing. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. The Ring Video Doorbell has been growing in many ways. There’s a new Pro version that’s smaller and features higher quality imaging. But the original, which doesn’t require hard wiring, will still be the choice for many. Founder and CEO Jamie Siminoff…
“You can see and speak to whoever is at your front door when they hit the doorbell. What’s also amazing about it is it has really advanced motion detection. So it’s not just a doorbell that has this video and two way audio. But it also has motion detection. So it really becomes like a surveillance camera on the front of your house, on your property, allowing you to really connect yourself to your home. We call it being always home.”
The impressive Ring offers cloud recording for thirty dollars a year. Also new are what Ring calls Stick Up Cams…which are indoor-outdoor cameras that you can place where doorbells aren’t needed. Check out Ring.com for more. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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