It has the look, feel and functions of smart scales costing much more.
Smart home company Wyze has released the third version of its cube-shaped Wyze Cam, keeping the same $20 price tag but adding some notable features to the mix, including a weather-resistant design that makes it suitable for outdoor use. The camera competes with some of the latest and greatest on the market, promising advanced features that make this a notable … Continue reading
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The Wyze Thermostat is packed with features like temperature scheduling, smart learning algorithms, and even optional room sensors. It has a base price of $50.
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Wyze, the company best known for its inexpensive smart security cameras, has quickly expanded its product portfolio to become something more of an IoT company rather than one focused on home security. The latest product revealed by the company is its new Wyze Headphones, a model that promises high-end audio quality without a high-end price tag. Wyze made a name … Continue reading
The startup is coming out with a smart thermostat, too.
Wyze has launched its new Video Doorbell, the first of three new products – including headphones and a smart thermostat – it plans to announce over the next two weeks. The Wyze Video Doorbell promises a 1080p Full HD video feed from your front door, with motion-triggered notifications and an aspect ratio designed to capture everything that’s going on at … Continue reading
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The startup is coming out with a smart thermostat too.
Gadget maker Wyze, best known for its series of low-cost security cameras, is expanding further beyond its core product line to include new devices in the audio and smart home markets. The company is announcing three new products today: a pair of over-the-ear noise-canceling headphones, a video doorbell, and a smart thermostat. Those join the company’s cameras, fitness band, and smart versions of various household appliances like a lock, lightbulb, and wall plug.
Much like how China-based gadget maker Anker used its USB charging line as a springboard into the broader consumer electronics business, Wyze is using its cameras and its extremely low prices as a way to fashion an entire family of branded products that now extend beyond just...
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Security Cameras Market HighlightsThe global security cameras market valuation is predicted by Market Research Future (MRFR) to stand at USD 9.72 million by 2024.The growth of the security camera market is also majorly driven by the increasing adoption of smart homes.These can impact the global market negatively during the mentioned forecast period.Get Free Sample of Security Cameras Market @ https://www.marketresearchfuture.com/sample_request/7744Market SegmentationThe global security cameras market segmentation is based in terms of application, professional service, type, resolution, and end-user.By resolution, the market breaks down into full high definition, high definition, and non high definition.By type, the market narrows down into dome security camera, infrared (IR) bullet camera, box security camera, point tilt & zoom (PTZ) camera, wireless/IP camera, and other cameras.By application, the market segments into outdoor security cameras and indoor security cameras.By professional service, the market includes maintenance and support device, consulting services, and installation and deployment service.By end-user, the market comprises commercial or public space, residential or home, industrial or manufacturing facilities, and others.Competitive LandscapeThe global security cameras market comprises a host of key players that were identified by MRFR in its recently published report.Some of the leading names identified are ADT Inc. (US), Motorola Solutions, Inc. (Motorola Home), Panasonic Corporation (Japan), Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co. Ltd (China), Shenzhen Leshi Video Tech.Co., Ltd (China), SimpliSafe, Inc. (US), Arlo Technologies Inc (US), Vivint, Inc. (US), Swann Communications Pty.The names are Nest Labs, Inc (US), Reolink Digital Technology Co., Ltd (China), Wyze Labs, Inc (US), Boyce Mfg.
Wyze Labs proved it’s possible to sell an 1080p smart camera for as little as $20 with its second-generation Wyze Cam.It’s tempting to sit back and think Wyze Labs’ crazy-low prices will inevitably cause the company to blow up, but there’s a strategy at play.They’re going for the whole smart home ecosystem, armed with solid products, low prices, and friendly support.The $8 Wyze Bulb, a tunable white LED, is on the way next month.It’s cheap enough to replace every bulb in your home.Everything in the Wyze Sense pack is tiny.
You might remember the awesome $20 Wyze Cam from 2017 and even better $30 Wyze Cam Pan from 2018.(Both were among my "top cheap products" of their respective years.)We just found out: The Wyze Sense is a security kit that adds contact and motion sensors to either Wyze Cam model.Available for preorder now (via the Wyze app, meaning you need to already have a Wyze Cam), the Sense consists of four components: the bridge, which plugs into the back of the camera (so what that USB port is for), two contact sensors and one motion sensor.When either activity occurs, the sensor will trigger the Wyze Cam to start recording, or just send an alert to your phone.The bridge, which can manage up to 100 sensors, is powered by the Wyze Cam; the sensors run on replaceable button-cell batteries, each good for about 12 months, according to Wyze.
Wyze Labs has introduced a $20 home security sensor kit to pair with its highly regarded $25 Wyze Cam.When Wyze introduced the tiny, 1080p HD security camera, Digital Trends was surprised and delighted to discover its incredible value for the money.The Wyze Sense starter kit bundles two contact sensors, a motion detector, and the Wyze Bridge — an astonishing value for $20.The components are each about the size of a quarter, according to a Wyze representative.The other Wyze Sense components communicate via the bridge with Wyze Cams and 2.4GHz home Wi-Fi networks.The Wyze app used to tie the components together is compatible with iOS 8.0 or later and Android 5.0 or later, and integrates with Amazon Alexa and If This Then That (IFTTT) protocols.
That's $80 off its usual price.2018 iPad review: Content creation with compromisesThis has been the iPad's sale price for much of the holiday season, but if you're in need of a new tablet and haven't taken advantage yet, it's still a strong deal.While the 9.7-inch model isn't the most capable device for professional work, it is far and away the best slate on the market for the things most people do with tablets—namely, watching videos, reading articles, and playing games.Have a look for yourself below.Wyze Labs V2 1080p Wireless Security Camera for $19.54 at Amazon (list price $25.98).
The Wyze Cam has long been a strong contender for the best deal in connected home security.I haven’t actually tried the thing out, but Greg was “surprisingly impressed” with his hands-on time with the 1080p camera.That’s probably enough in and of itself to justify the $20 price tag.Now the dirt cheap camera’s getting some added features courtesy of a software update.Starting today, owners of the Wyze Cam v2 and the $30 Wyze Cam Pan will be able to use Alexa to summon live video feeds on the Echo Show, Spot and through the Fire TV Stick (using the voice-enabled remote).Sorry, no luck for those who picked up the first gen device.