Watch as this puppy tests the new Furbo dog camera
This is my dog Theo and this is the Furbo.
It is internet connected camera that let you talk and listen to your dog.
Hi Theo and it let remotely reward them with treats.
You remove the cover and place your pop favorite treats inside You can then check in on them throughout the day with the Android or iOS app.
You will even be notified if your dog starts barking, but Theo wouldn't do that because he's a good boy.
And because he's such a good dog I think he deserves a treat.
All I do is tap this button in the app and a treat is shot out across the room.
It's as easy as that.
Fido loves it and makes me feel better about leaving him home.
But there are a few things you need to know.
I would say video quality is good enough but it could definitely be better.
And the digital zoom is pretty much useless.
Also if you don't have the right size treat they can either get stuck or multiple may be shot out if they're too small.
Overall the Furbo is a cool device.
But it's expensive, costing about $240.
For more information, check ou my write up at cnet.com.
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