Google Nest Cam (Battery included) Google’s first indoor and outdoor battery-powered camera costs CHF199.99. Google Nest Doorbell (with battery) is the first battery-powered video doorbell (costs CHF 199.99). Also new is the second-generation Google Nest Cam (with cable), the smart security camera for interiors (costs CHF99.99). Nest Cam (with battery) and Nest Doorbell (with battery) will be available on August 24 Google Store can access. The Nest Cam (wired) will be available later this year.
The concept of “smart security”
People receive countless notifications on their smartphones every day. The new cameras, in addition to the video doorbell, are designed to display only the most relevant notifications. They learn about a variety of events that happen in and around the house during the day and tell them if they recognize people, animals or vehicles — and in the case of the Nest Doorbell even parcels and parcels. You can also create your own alert zones to cover the areas you want to be notified about.
The data is processed locally on the device
This is possible because all Nest cameras and Nest Doorbells process all video data locally on the device. This means more relevant notifications, more security and data protection – plus, basic functionality is available right out of the box. If required, more functionality can be activated with a separately available Nest Aware subscription.
More variety for the Swiss house
The new Nest Cams and Nest Doorbells are designed for every home. Battery-powered technology allows the Nest Camera (battery) and Nest Doorbell (battery) to be installed or set up almost anywhere in your four walls – not just where there is a power connection or doorbell system. And the cordless design makes installation easier.
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