Ring Floodlight Battery ($49.99) - Wire-free, motion-activated smart light flawless for illuminating the driveway, yard, and walkways that features a combined 600 lumens and adjustable mounts and settings.
In addition to these new products, Ring is also updating smoke alarms/carbon monoxide detectors, a burglary alarm, a flood sensor and more. August's smart locks are going to work with Ring's system at some point in the future as well, letting you unlock the door through your Ring app. It announced a "Smart Lighting" lineup that consists of wireless and wired floodlights, spotlights, path lights, and a step light.
Finally, there's the Ring Bridge for $49.99, a hub device that can connect all of these lights, along with your Ring video doorbell and cameras.
Along with these lighting devices, the company announced the new Ring Door View Cam. It's completely wire-free thanks to a battery that sits on the inside of your door, the Door View Cam requires no permanent alterations, making it a great option for renters. Whether you live in a house, apartment, condo, even dorms - if there's a peephole on your door, Door View Cam has it covered.
Because this is created to sit over door peepholes, the product is installed without drilling or permanent modifications.
The Ring Door view Cam is a smart, compact HD camera that delivers mobile notifications when anyone presses the built-in doorbell button, knocks on the door or triggers the motion sensors (a feature unique to this video doorbell). You can also speak with them through the door on your phone.
The Door View Cam will launch in the USA, as well as selected European markets, at some point later in the year, with prices starting at $199.
Clemson redshirts and coaches at Media Day
I've had my doubts all season that Alabama was the clear-cut No. 1 team over Clemson, and this is the Tigers' chance to prove it. ESPN will have live broadcasts of the game on four of its channels, including its ESPN Megacast on ESPN.
Samsung's new Notebook Odyssey gaming laptop packs an RTX 2080
Samsung doesn't sell IT products locally, so you'll have to import the Notebook Odyssey from overseas if it tickles your fancy. Somewhat curiously, the option to add an LTE modem is absent, even though it's available on several other Samsung laptops.