Wi-Fi Peephole Comes to Smartphones with DoorBot
LOS ANGELES, USA – A new device launched for people concerned with their home security, named DoorBot, is Wi-Fi enabled and lets people see who is at their door without even reaching for it.
This Wi-Fi-enabled device offers a live video feed of the doorsteps and can be accessed via a smartphone or tablet. In simple terms, DoorBot has the ability to bring a person’s front door to their mobile device.
In addition to watching who is at the doorstep, users can also chat with the person standing there via this device. The most innovaitve feature of DoorBot is that users can monitor their doorsteps even if they are far away from their homes. This innovative product ensures that homeowners don’t miss visitors reaching their home. Moreover, it also gives control to homeowners regarding who to respond and who to avoid.
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The DoorBot is made up of brushed aluminium and is weather resistant. There is an LED light ring on this device and it emphasises its push-to-talk feature. The device can be easily fitted near the doorsteps using four screws. It requires 4 AA batteries to power it, and its infrared camera allows easy video streaming even at night. Most importantly, DoorBot is compatible with both iOS and Android devices.