CES 2017: Ring Floodlight Cam and Stick Up Cam

Allison interviews Jamie Siminoff, CEO of Ring, about their new Floodlight and Stick Up cameras. The Floodlight Cam replaces the traditional motion detection floodlight but adds a security camera and two-way talk capability. The Stick Up Cam lets you hear and speak with anyone on your property and is battery powered with an optional solar panel. The Stick Up Cam is available now and the Floodlight Cam begins shipping in April 2017. The setting is the Pepcom Digital Experience show floor.

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CCATP #473 Joe Dugandzic on The Smarter Home

Smarterhomelife logoSteve and I had the great pleasure of meeting Joe Dugandzic in the Home Automation pavilion at CES and I was lucky enough to get him on as a guest for Chit Chat Across the Pond. Joe runs the website and YouTube channel Smarter Home Life at smarterhomelife.com and youtube.com/smarterhomelife, We talked about the complexities of Home Automation today, predictions about who the winners might be as the industry consolidates, and some of the coolest Home Automation ideas he saw at CES. Joe is definitely our people – he’s enthusiastic, loves tech, and has a gift for simplifying tech for average consumers. His videos are amazing so go check them out (when you’re done listening to Chit Chat Across the Pond of course!)

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Hands on With Ring Video Doorbell

Shaq head 2Steve and I had far too much fun setting up and testing the Ring Video Doorbell from http://ring.com. Because it was so much fun I have way too much to say about it. I’m going to break this review down into segments that perhaps will help you understand the bits you care about and, if you read long enough, learn why we had to buy a Craftsman wood router. Oddly I’m going to start with the Bottom Line and then back into The Problem To Be Solved followed by Usage, and then by Setup & Troubleshooting. Installation is where I really start to ramble so we’ll do that last.

Bottom Line

Bottom line: the Ring Video Doorbell is really cool, it solves real problems and it only costs $200. Buy one. Here’s my Amazon Affiliate link. Continue reading “Hands on With Ring Video Doorbell”

CES 2016: Ring Video Doorbell

Allison interviews Yassi Shahmiri about the Ring Video Doorbell. The Ring doorbell contains built-in motion sensors that trigger an instant mobile alert and activate a wide-angle HD camera for viewing your home’s entrance. Ring also contains a microphone and speakers that allow you to hear the visitor and to speak with them if you desire. Essentially Ring lets you answer your door wherever you may be. The setting is the CES Pepcom Digital Experience show floor in the Mirage hotel.

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CES 2016: Canary Home Security System

Of everything I saw at CES, this is one of the very few things I could really see myself buying.

Allison interviews Nicole Kruse about Canary’s home security system. Canary is an all-in-one home security system that lets you see what’s happening in your home and take action. From HD video to motion-activated alerts to a 90+ decibel siren, Canary gives you everything you need to keep your home safe. The Canary system is shipping now. The setting is the CES ShowStoppers show floor in the Wynn Hotel.

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