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Ring’s connected doorbell, which alerts you when someone is by the front door and allows you to see and chat with the person on the other side, is absolutely incredible. A great app, inexpensive cloud subscription, and excellent video and audio quality, Ring has saved me from having to pick up a missed package at the post office more times than I can count. The Pro version, which requires a beefier 16V transformer and has no battery, supports 1080p video and 5GHz Wi-Fi in a slimmer body.
Daniel Bader, Android Central, Daniel's Favorite Tech of 2017
The Ring Video Doorbell 2 gives homeowners a peek at who is on the other side of their door without opening, peering through a window, or tip-toeing around. You can access footage directly from your phone, so you’ll quickly know if it’s worth getting off the sofa.
Bryce Gruber, Reader’s Digest, 50 Hottest Holiday Gift Ideas
Ring has several versions of the video doorbell, each one with more features than the last. The real key here is being able to see who’s knocking without getting off of the couch.
Jared DiPane, iMore, Smart Home Gift Guide
Turn your doorbell into a smart camera and two-way intercom, with less home-improvement know-how than it takes to change a light switch. Ring’s app lets you talk to whoever comes to the door or scare off anyone creeping where they shouldn’t be—even if you’re 1,000 miles from home. This year, Ring also introduced a camera-equipped floodlight and outdoor cameras for extra protection of your property.
Wilson Rothman and Joanna Stern, Wall Street Journal, Best Tech Gifts 2017
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