"Stick 'em up: Ring's new Stick Up Cam takes home security seriously"
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Stick 'em up: Ring's new Stick Up Cam takes home security seriously
Ring is the start up that already has a wi-fi enabled video door bell, on the market for $199, that we reviewed last year, but today, they've introduced the Ring Stick Up Cam.
This is an outdoor security cam, designed to work in concert with the Ring video door bell.
So you can buy those two models separately, but The real benefit is to provide a security perimeter around your home.
You can have the doorbell protecting your front door and these outdoor cams protecting the rest of the outside of your house.
This camera has 720p, it has motion detection, it has optional cloud storage for a monthly fee, and it works with [INAUDIBLE] and it also work in the same app as the ring video doorbell does so you can check in on your doorbell And your camera simultaneously.
So, the Ring pick up cam is available for $199 now, on the Ring's website, and you can also get it's existing Ring video doorbell for the same price, on their website as well.
Thanks for watching.
I'm Megan Mullerton for Cnet.
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