Amazon-owned Ring has announced a new video doorbell that is not only the company's cheapest yet, but it's also the smallest video doorbell it's ever produced. The Ring Video Doorbell Wired will sell for just $59.
Ring has announced a new Video Doorbell as a replacement for the one that was announced way back in 2014. The new camera comes with a 1080p video, better night vision than before, and new support for motion sensing zones for an impressive $99.99.
CES 2020 is, as always, the place to go for new smart home devices. That means we're seeing accessories announced by every company we can think of, with four of them, from Arlo, Ring, and more, catching our eye today.
The prospect of HomeKit support for Ring’s video doorbells is something that has been looming over users for years. That may come to fruition soon as Ring has now been granted HomeKit certification for both the Video Doorbell Pro and Spotlight Cam.
It's been a slightly hectic week as far as current technology companies, potential future tech, and upgrades to existing platforms are concerned. We have only just got into March, and already 2018 has given us an interesting insight into what's potentially going to come during the next 9 months. However, in some true fashion, we are seeing a huge money deal for Ring, iPhone X "Plus" leaks, and an upgrade to Apple Watch Series 3 which will directly benefit those focused on health and fitness.
It appears to have been a good few days for the folks over at Ring, and the company isn't being shy when it comes to sharing its successes with the world. After going through a successful process of raising a huge $61.2 million in Series C funding to progress the business, Ring has announced its new video doorbell hardware, the Ring Video Doorbell Pro. Fans of connected devices, and the connected world in general, but specifically those who love a good snoop to see who's actually outside of their property, will love the improvements made with the Pro version of the doorbell.