New Smart Home Tech @ CES
Cool new integrations with Amazon, Google, and Apple
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SmartHome Tech @ CES
The TP-Link / Kasa doorbell has a 2K HDR camera. It uses facial recognition to tell the difference between family and strangers. It will ship later this year.
Replace your peephole with a smart, compact HD camera by Ring that adds security and convenience to any doorway. Get mobile notifications when visitors press the built-in doorbell button, knocks on the door or triggers the motion sensors. Answer notifications to see, hear and speak to visitors from anywhere. This innovative door bell opens Ring’s lineup to many more homeowners AND now renters.
Maximus is making the first dual-camera video doorbells. It shows top and bottom views of visitors to avoid blind spots that doorbells from Nest and Ring have and works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.
These cool Hexagon lights from Nanoleaf change colors (16.7 million colors!) and react to sound or touch. They will be available later this year and will work with HomeKit.
Lockly’s Secure Pro smart lock features five different ways of unlocking: fingerprint scanner, voice assistant command, the app, a physical key, and a keypad. This advanced lock supports Google Assistant and Alexa.
The Schlage Encode is rare in that it works on Wi-Fi alone so you aren't locked into a specific app. The Schlage Encode™ Smart WiFi Deadbolt does pair with the Amazon Key app to grant access to friends and family with unique access codes, or opt-in to Amazon's in-home delivery with a Prime membership.
Lenovo’s smart clock works with Google Assistant and looks like a traditional alarm clock, so it’s got that going for it. Made specifically for bedrooms, the Lenovo Smart Clock helps you unwind in the evening, kickstart your day, control your smart home and listen to music with multi-room audio grouping.
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