Video doorbells are great ways to monitor your home for security as well as observing deliveries and visitors
Home security can be an area of paramount importance in your day-to-day life, with everyone wanting to live in a safe and secure environment. Modern technology has met long-standing tradition in the form of video doorbells that can both alert you of movement at your door and give you a live video feed.
It’s also used as an actual doorbell as well and is a relatively inexpensive piece of technology. They’ve fast become a staple of the modern home and it’s no surprise given the value that they can provide. Here are a few top choices for video doorbells on the market.
Ring’s video doorbell is probably the most well-known video doorbell out there and with a relatively easy set up from the box, you can get it up and running quickly.
This device is battery powered and works over your home Wifi network and can also work with Alexa voice assistant to answer the door, among other things.
Blink’s doorbell is user friendly and easy to set up, with a long-lasting battery and two-way audio, HD video and motion detection included.
You can get a wired doorbell or a wireless version, depending on your preference.
This eufy doorbell has a slim profile and can provide a full HD view of your front door. Connection-wise, it’s fully wireless and features a 120-day battery.
Also included is two-way audio and a 4:3 aspect ratio, to give you a more accurate full-body view of people approaching your door.
Though it has an unassuming white design, don’t assume the Nest isn’t up to the job. It features 24/7 live video streaming, along with HD video, including HDR (high dynamic range) and night vision.
The Nest doorbell is battery powered but also features an option for wired installation.
This video doorbell comes with 2K resolution, a video call feature and also conveniently has no monthly fees that come with it.
The doorbell also features night vision, is weather-resistant and works with the Alexa voice assistant.
The Arlo doorbell features two-way audio, includes motion detection, as well as a siren for security. Functionally, it’s fully wireless and can be connected to your home Wi-Fi network.
Euki’s doorbell has the same standard features you’d expect, with night vision as well as PIR motion detection. The doorbell also supports SD card storage as well cloud storage, for saving footage externally.
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