Arbor instant video doorbell guards your door with built-in motion detection

- Aug 19, 2018

Arbor, a new Silicon Valley startup, is announcing its first product today: the Arbor Video Doorbell. Coming this summer time, Arbor does everything you’d expect and perhaps a little bit greater for a price that might marvel you, in particular in case you get your preorder in early.

First, let’s get beyond the base-level functionality. Arbor streams 1080p HD video and two-way audio day or night time over an 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz) connection to your property’s wi-fi. It functions a removable Li-ion battery that lasts approximately a year on a single charge, according to the company, and the doorbell can be set up without the want to attach any unique wiring to the strength or your old chime.

Arbor Instant Video Doorbell Design

The Arbor is a complicated and smooth-to-installation smart video doorbell. As we will see from the pictures, the doorbell sports an ultra compact and coffee-profile look design. the usage of 2 screws or double-sided adhesive, you can without difficulty connect it while not having to smash your doorframe, and the installation procedure only wishes 3 minutes or much less.


Arbor Instant Video Doorbell Features

The Arbor instant video doorbell uses built-in WiFi module to wirelessly join in your home network so that you can know who is at your door via your smartphone wherever you’re. Furthermore, its 2MP camera at 1080p with night vision delivers clear, hi-res live streaming, and it also supports night vision. Moreover, using customizable motion detection, it doubles as a smart home security camera that will send you notification when someone arrives at your door. In addition, its included WiFi extender not only extends the distance of your WiFi signal, but also features built-in digital chime and alarm.

Arbor Instant Video Doorbell Price

The team behind Arbor is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $139 to preorder the instant video doorbell and WiFi booster. The bundle will be shipped in August 2018.

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