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Ring is a Wi-Fi-enabled video doorbell.

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Press the doorbell and Ring will send a push alert to your phone.

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From there, you can access a live stream of the person at your front door.

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And, you can use the two-way talk feature to chat with them.

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Ring can be hardwired to your existing doorbell wires.

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You can also use the charging cable to recharge the batteries.

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The Ring battery is designed to last for up to a year.

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Ring gives you the tools and hardware you need to install your unit.

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The Ring app is available for Android and iOS users.

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Scroll through the app's activity log to view saved video clips.

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