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Take a look at some of the home security cameras that scan faces and tell you who's there.
The Honeywell Smart Home Security Camera is an all-in-one security system.
It has an integrated Amazon Alexa speaker, a camera, a siren and a Z-Wave hub. While the camera has facial recognition tech, it was hit-or-miss for me during testing.
The Nest Cam IQ Indoor offers free person alerts and optional "familiar face alerts" via the Nest Aware subscription service.
Familiar face alerts lets you create a database of people you know and the camera will tell you who's there if it recognizes them.
Like the IQ Indoor, the IQ Outdoor offers familiar face alerts via Nest Aware.
The Hello Video Doorbell is another Nest device that offers familiar face alerts. Sign up for Nest Aware to create a database of people you know.
The Netatmo Welcome has facial recognition as well. Scan in faces of friends, family and anyone else you know to get started.
The Tend Secure Lynx also offers facial recognition via a database of familiar faces you scan into the app.
The Lynx Pro works much like the Lynx camera, except this model can also go outside. Use the app to create your database of friends, family, caregivers, dog walkers and more.
TP-Link announced this face recognizing doorbell at this year's Consumer Electronics Show. It's expected to launch in the first half of 2019.
The Wisenet SmartCam N1 is an indoor home security camera with facial recognition.
In addition to facial recognition, the SmartCam N1 has a microSD card slot, motion detection zones and responds to Alexa and Google Assistant voice commands.
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