Your front door is a special place. It’s the thing that separates your home from the outside world. It’s where you watch your kids come home from school. Where you greet friends. Where packages pile up ahead of the holidays. And it’s the first place burglars go to try to get in your home.
You want to do everything you can to protect that space. And keep unwelcome visitors out. So today, we’re reimagining another unloved thing around the house – the doorbell.
Meet the Nest Hello video doorbell, available in the first quarter of 2018. It combines the convenience of a video doorbell with the image quality and intelligence of a Nest Cam.
Nest Hello is designed for what happens at the front door. You need to be able to see people head to toe from close range, as well as packages on the ground. So Nest Hello’s HD camera has a 160° field of view and a 4:3 aspect ratio.
You also want to know who’s there, even when you’re not home or it’s dark out. That’s why Nest Hello has 24/7 live streaming, HDR imaging and night vision to give you a clear view.
If there’s one thing that’s consistent about burglars, it’s that they don’t announce themselves. Not a problem with Nest Hello. It can light up and send you an alert when someone approaches, even if they don’t ring the bell. And if you subscribe to Nest Aware, Nest Hello can tell you exactly who’s there with familiar face alerts.*
Nest Hello also has HD Talk and Listen. So you can answer the door, whether you’re home or not. And you can use prerecorded Quick Responses to play a voice message for visitors with a tap of your finger. It’s perfect for when you’re in a meeting, but don’t want to miss an important delivery at home. Simply tap the Quick Response that says, "You can leave it. Thanks!"
To find out more about Nest Hello in the coming months, please visit the Nest Hello page.
*Familiar face 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, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased, until authorization is obtained.
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