Amazon’s fall hardware event for 2019 brought to light many Alexa and Echo goodies for enthusiasts. But that’s not all, Ring too announced several new cameras including its very first indoor-focused camera and a revision of its Stick Up Cam.
Ring Indoor Cam
The all-new Ring Indoor Cam is a small camera that is made for the indoors. It is a wired device. The camera features up to 1080p HD video, motion zones, night vision, two-way talk, and motion-activated recording. The device has been made available for order, starting today, at a price of $59.99.
Stick Up Cam revision
Ring’s Stick Up Cam has been revised yet again but the camera is now available in wired, battery-powered, or solar-powered versions. The camera has 1080p video with motion detection, and night vision. But these features were already available in the older version. What’s new is the price. Now, the camera is available at just $99. The device is available for preorder today and will ship on October 23.
The company also announced the Stick Up Cam Elite. This camera will be available at a price of $199 in the future. It is powered over Ethernet for a reliable connection. The company, however, did not mention when the camera will be available for purchase.
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