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The Ring Device Lets You Greet Your Visitors Remotely with Your Smartphone

 - Jan 8, 2015
References: ring & mashable
It always seems that the day you're expecting a delivery, you need to leave the house. This live video doorbell will give you some peace of mind about stepping out, because you'll be able to answer the door with your smartphone.

This little gadget should be mounted on your wall at about shoulder or head height, and wired with your existing doorbell connection or not. It works independently on a long-life battery as well. You can set up mobile alerts for the device to tell you if someone is approaching, by means of a keen motion sensor. Should someone ring your doorbell, you can answer it with an instant video on your handset, enabling you to see a fisheye image of the caller, even at night. Through this live video doorbell, you can speak to the visitor, and even save the footage for later. Its exhibition at CES 2015 demonstrated its benefits for security and convenience.