Google unveils new Nest Cam and Nest Doorbell: what you need to know

Google has unveiled several Nest devices. In addition to a smart doorbell, the Nest Doorbell, the company also comes with a new security camera. This is what you need to know.

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Google Nest Doorbell officially announced

One major improvement of the new Google Nest Doorbell and Nest Cam is that the devices no longer require a power cord. Instead, they run on a rechargeable battery, which Google claims will last several months on a full charge.

There is also a version with a power cord of both products, so that you can still connect them to the power (and never have to charge the battery). The ‘wireless’ versions are handy, however, because they allow you to mount the Nest devices in many more places, even if there is no power outlet nearby.

Google’s Nest Doorbell features a camera and can detect events in and around the house. For example, you will receive a notification when a package has been delivered and is at the door. The camera also has night vision to work well in the dark. In the event of a power or WiFi failure, images will still be saved to the Doorbell’s internal storage. This also applies to the new Nest Cam.

New Google Nest Cam

Speaking of the Google Nest Cam: the security camera has an IP54 certification and can therefore withstand water. The 2 megapixel camera records in full HD (1920 by 1080 pixels) and can digitally zoom. The camera has motion detection and works – just like the Nest Doorbell – with the Google Home app on your smartphone. However, images can also be viewed on the Google Nest Hub, a smart speaker with a screen.

Finally, there is the Google Nest Cam with Floodlight, or a spotlight. It uses the device to switch on lighting when it detects movement. For example, if a person walks by. The Nest Cam with Floodlight must be connected with a power cable and is a bit more expensive than the ‘normal’ Nest Cam.

  • Google Nest Cam (with battery): 199,99 eurorelease on August 24
  • Google Nest Doorbell (with battery): 199,99 eurorelease on August 24
  • Google Nest Cam with Floodlight: price and release to follow
  • Google Nest Cam (wired): price and release to follow

Source: Android Planet by www.androidplanet.nl.

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