Netatmo has been in the DIY home security game for a while now, but we've yet to see a smart doorbell -- until now. The Smart Video Doorbell by Netatmo has a lot of the standard features you expect from a Wi-Fi hardwired buzzer:
- 1080p HD resolution
- 160-degree lens
- Infrared night vision
- Speaker and microphone
- Motion detection
But it also has some extras, including motion zones, person detection, built-in video storage and support for Apple HomeKit.
Typically features like motion zones, person detection and video storage come with a monthly fee via an optional subscription. But Netatmo says it's offering everything at no additional charge.
Thehas free seven-day cloud storage, and come with free 24-hour cloud storage. But Netatmo is the first to give us all three features for free. Keep in mind that person detection isn't the same as facial recognition -- it won't tell you who it sees, just that it sees a person.
The Netatmo Smart Video Doorbell will hit stores in late 2019. Pricing and international availability has not yet been announced.
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