Amazon marked the close of the deal by slashing the price of Ring's original video doorbell from £159 to £89, a move that it is expected to be the first of many across Ring's product line. That's right, no tricks or anything. In case you're wondering, the new pricing is permanent, not temporary.
The dark-colored Ring doorbell is also on sale for $99.99 and ships April 22 on amazon.com. The more recent Ring 2 retails for $199. Ring's doorbell has a built-in camera, intercom, and Wi-Fi connection, so you can see and talk to visitors from other devices. If you're looking to kit out your home with smart gadgets that play nicely with Amazon's platform and all the others, it's worth considering Ring and its connected buzzers. However the firm alongside its video doorbells, also provides security cameras and camera equiped floodlights to provide a "ring" of security around people's homes.
For example Nest's smart doorbell is $229 (£210). Amazon wants to be the market leader for video doorbells.More news: Novichok nerve agent used to poison Sergei Skripal, OPCW says
In a release, Amazon said it plans to work with Ring to reduce crime in neighborhoods. The device was previously priced at $179.99, but Amazon has permanently dropped the price to a much more palatable $99.99.
"We're excited about their work, their products and their mission, and look forward to teaming together to keep delighting customers". Ring developed an Amazon Alexa skill for customers to use voice to view camera feeds directly from Echo Show and Fire TV.
Neighbors experience the power and impact of the Ring Video Doorbell every day.More news: President Trump Gives an Updated Timeline on Syria Decision
The smart doorbell allows an owner to see who is at the door and respond, even if at another location.
"Ring's talented team has invented home security products and services that customers love", said Dave Limp, SVP of Amazon Devices and Services.More news: CHAPTER TWO: Sounds Like Bill Hader's Headed For Derry