I'm Lexy Savvides at CES for CNET.
And we're taking a first look at the Goji Smart Lock.
Now, there are a lot of smartlocks on the market; however, the Goji is different because there's a camera built inside to the lock so you can see exactly who is knocking at your door, and it works essentially because there's an accelerometer.
So, once you knock, the camera will activate and send you a notification to your smartphone, IOS, or Android and show to you
who is at the door.
Of course, like a smartlock, it unlocks via Bluetooth, [unk] to put your phone right next to it and it unlocks, or alternatively, if the power goes out and you wanna use a traditional key, you can also do so with a physical lock here at the front.
Also, a part of the Smart Lock is the back-up power system.
There are a couple of AA batteries in here that make sure that you can still get into your house even when the power goes off, and there is Wi-Fi access as well throughout the house to give you notifications in real time of who is coming
and going in your premises.
You can also set access on the Goji Smart Lock and give it to certain people and actually designate the different times of day that you want people to be able to come into your house so you know exactly who is coming and when.
There are also a whole bunch of logs available so you can see exactly who has been coming and going in your house.
This has been a quick first look at the Goji Smart Lock.
I'm Lexy Savvides for CNET.
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