Say hello to Nest Hello. – Indocent

E is for Everyone. – Indocent
April 4, 2018
Nest Cam IQ heads outside.
April 4, 2018

Your entrance door is a special place. It is what separates your home from the outside world. It's where you see your children get home from school. Where you greet your friends Where packages accumulate before the holidays. And it's the first place where thieves are going to try to enter your home.
You want to do everything possible to protect that space. And keep unwanted visitors. So today, we are going back to imagine another thing not wanted in the house: the doorbell.
Learn about the Nest Hello video ringer, available in the first quarter of 2018. It combines the convenience of a video ringer with the image quality and intelligence of a Nest Cam.
Nest Hello is designed for what happens at the front door. You should be able to see people from head to foot from close up, as well as packages on the ground. So the Nest Hello HD camera has a 160 ° field of view and an aspect ratio of 4: 3.
He also wants to know who is there, even when he is not at home or it is dark. That's why Nest Hello has live streaming 24/7, HDR images and night vision to give you a clear view.
If there is something that is consistent with thieves, it is that they do not advertise themselves. It's not a problem with Nest Hello. It can light up and send you an alert when someone approaches, even if you do not ring the bell. And if you subscribe to Nest Aware, Nest Hello can tell you exactly who is there with familiar facial alerts. *
Nest Hello also has HD Talk and Listen. So you can open the door, whether you are at home or not. And you can use prerecorded Quick Responses to play a voice message for visitors with a touch of your finger. It's perfect for when you're in a meeting, but you do not want to miss a major delivery at home. Simply touch the quick answer that says: "You can leave it." Thank you! "
To learn more about Nest Hello in the coming months, visit the Nest Hello page.
* Family facial alerts are not available on devices used in Illinois.
This device has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission. This device is not offered, nor can it be offered, sold, rented or rented, until the authorization is obtained.


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