Elecpro's US:E smart lock has a built-in camera too at CES 2019
This little lock here is called the Elecpro USE.
So it is a standard deadbolt but you might notice something a little bit different about it.
It actually has a built in camera.
So unlike a traditional smart deadbolt that requires voice commands or an app, to unlock it remotely This thing actually has facial recognition built in.
So you scan in your face, it's familiar friends and family, people you actually want, and then you put your face in the little window and the door actually can lock and unlock immediately.
It's really fast and it's a really cool new feature.
It's a way To sort of integrate the smart camera into the smart lock.
Which is something I haven't seen in real life before.
So I'm really excited about this.
Now this product isn't out yet.
It will be available this May globally.
And they don't have pricing yet but it is expected to work with both Amazon Alexa and Google Google Assistant.
So if you don't wanna do the face, you can use voice commands, they also have an app.
And there's also a palm function wheer it can actually read your palm.
You hold it away from a distance and that can unlock the door as well.
So it's pretty cool and it's one of the many cool things on the show floor of CES 2019.
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