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Ring's Wi-Fi floodlight adds an HD camera into the mix

The two-in-one Ring Floodlight Cam is part LED floodlight, part 1080p HD security camera.

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The Ring Floodlight Cam costs $249 (that's roughly £195 and AU$330 at the current exchange rate).

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You can install it yourself, but you need to be familiar with electrical wiring -- this device must be hardwired.

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It has a built-in 270-degree motion sensor.

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You can use the related Ring app to schedule the two integrated LED floodlights to turn on and off automatically.

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Its 140-degree security camera has 1080p high-definition live streaming.

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