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Ring Video Doorbell 4 review: pre-roll is a battery bell gamechanger

The Guardian

The latest iteration of Amazon's battery-powered Ring doorbell adds a new feature to capture the early details of events most competitors would miss without needing to be plugged in. It tops Ring's battery-powered range, which starts at £89. The look and basic function of the Doorbell 4 is very similar to Ring's older models. It has a camera with night vision, motion sensors and a large doorbell button. When someone pushes the button Ring's signature chime plays and an alert is sent to your phone. You can view a live feed and speak through the doorbell using the app from anywhere with internet.

Ring 3 Plus vs. Ring (second-gen): Two new Ring video doorbells duke it out

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

Since Ring launched its first video doorbell in 2014, the popular Amazon-owned smart home brand has dominated the smart doorbell market, churning out three new doorbells this year alone. That said, with so many smart video doorbells at your disposal, you might be scratching your head trying to make a decision. To help you in your quest, we're taking a closer look at the differences between two of Ring's most popular new releases: the Ring Video Doorbell (second-gen), an upgrade to Ring's original video doorbell, and the new Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus. Here's how these two popular doorbells stack up. The Ring Video Doorbell (second-gen) is more affordable than the Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus. Typically, video doorbells cost between $100 and $200, and Ring's most recent doorbell cameras pretty much hit this sweet spot.