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SkyBell's latest buzzer costs $199.

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It's available in the US and has a handful of new features.

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This version bumps up the resolution from standard definition to 1080p.

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Installation is straightforward -- if you're familiar with basic electrical work.

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It also offers free clip storage.

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That means any time someone rings the doorbell, or if motion is triggered, you'll have a video clip that you can review later -- and even download for long-term storage.

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And, it integrates with Amazon's Alexa, IFTTT, and Nest Cam.

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