Ring debuts smart peephole, over-the-air charging arrives at CES
This is CNET, and here's what's happening at CES 2019.
Ring is taking a new approach at its doorbell system.
The $200 Ring door view cam uses a rechargeable battery, which means no hard-wiring is required.
But you do, of course, need a peep hole for it to work.
It has many of the same traditional door bell features as the original and it might be the right choice for those who live in apartments.
Over the air charging might become a reality thanks to innovations at CES.
Many companies are touting distance charging and some have even received approval from the FCC.
Right now the tech is limited from a few inches up to three feet.
But we might have a future where the tech works as reliable as a WiFi connection.
And finally Lexar has unveiled a mammoth 1 terabyte SD card with speeds up to 95 megabytes a second.
But a storage achievement like this comes with a price.
That terabyte SD card will start for $500.
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