Deal Alert: the Google Nest Doorbell Wired is on Sale

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The Google Nest Doorbell Wired (2nd Generation) in Ash is currently available for $149.99. This doorbell features a wired design that requires a 16-24VAC, 10-40VA rated doorbell transformer and chime, which are not included and may necessitate the replacement of existing hardware. The device allows for three hours of event video history and records significant activity with clips up to five minutes long, including 2-second previews for additional context. The camera offers a tall, enhanced field of view designed to capture full images of people and detect packages as close as 8 inches from the door. Users can communicate with visitors through pre-recorded messages or live talk features. The Google Home app controls the device, providing live HD video streaming, replay of video recordings, and visitor interaction. Compatibility extends to devices that work with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa for streaming the live video feed, and these platforms can also serve as a doorbell chime when paired with compatible Nest and Amazon Alexa speakers and displays. In the event of a Wi-Fi outage, the Nest Doorbell can record events for up to one hour and upload the footage once the connection is restored. The device provides clear visuals with HDR and night vision capabilities, allowing users to see details in various lighting conditions. Some functionalities, such as mobile notifications and remote control, require an internet connection and Wi-Fi. Continuous video recording is available with a Nest Aware Plus subscription. To learn more, potential customers can visit the specified Google URL for additional information.


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