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SkyBell wants to help you secure your front door

Cnet - SkyBell's $200 Video Doorbell goes way beyond the traditional doorbell call of duty (converted, roughly £125 in the UK and AU$230 in Australia). When someone rings your front door, SkyBell's Wi-Fi-enabled doorbell is supposed to send you a real-time alert on your Android or iOS device and pull up live video footage of your visitor via the related app. A built-in speaker and microphone even make it possible for you to have a conversation without having to open the door, or, in fact, be home at all.

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Sahil995d ago

this is why I don't use doorbells. I just hit doors with a long stick while I stand off to the side. There are no strings on me!

Sahil995d ago

Why would CNET editors even say this product is good when its not and there are so many better options. If CNET is gonna be so consistent at bad unreliable reviews why even review anything that gives readers false information that so biased?

Sahil995d ago

With the proliferation of cell phones and social media, how often do you people have a stranger ringing your doorbell? Even the FedEx or UPS guys don't even ring doorbells anymore and even if they did, they'll be long gone from your doorstep by the time you receive the notification. This product could be $1.00 and I still wouldn't buy it.

Sahil995d ago

Too bad my wireless network doesn't reach my front door...