You certainly can’t accuse Ring of not developing new products, as today it has announced the Floodlight Cam Wired Pro and yet another new doorbell, the Ring Video Doorbell 4.
Designed to replace the existing Ring Floodlight Cam, the new model has to be wired into place (there’s no battery option at the moment) but it also adds some new technology. First up is the 3D Motion Detection, which was announced with the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2.
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