Ring is on hand at CES to talk about some new products, as well as offer some updates on previously announced devices. The company has a raft of new cameras and lights, including some products that resulted from its acquisition of smart lighting firm Mr. Beams. There's also news on the delayed security system. Ring Alarm (yes, that's a different name) will ship soon.

Ring already has a video doorbell that's quite popular, but today it's adding more cameras to the mix. The Stick Up Cam and Stick Up Cam Elite plug into the existing Ring app to provide more video coverage for your home. The Elite requires a power connection, but it has more powerful motion sensors than the battery-powered Stick Up Cam. That one uses passive infrared sensors to detect activity and wake up. Both cameras are weather-resistant for indoor or outdoor use.

Also new today are the Ring Beams family of lights. These battery-powered lights are activated by motion and connect to other Ring devices. There are various form factors here including pathway lights, step lights, and spotlights. Note: these are different than Ring's existing spotlight cams.

Finally, there's news on Ring Protect—or Ring Alarm as it's now known. After being announced in October, Ring had to delay Protect because of a lawsuit. Now, it's being called Ring Alarm (presumably because of the lawsuit), and it will ship this spring. Ring doesn't have a specific date, though.

Press Release

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Ring, the leader in home security, unveiled at CES 2018 its whole home security ecosystem, which includes several new security devices that bolster the Ring of Security around homes and neighborhoods. Among the new products are two new indoor/outdoor security cameras and a line of smart, connected outdoor lights, called Ring Beams. Additionally, Ring announced its new, professionally monitored home security system, Ring Alarm, which will begin shipping to customers in spring 2018. The Ring product line, along with the Ring Neighborhoods network, enable Ring to offer affordable, complete home and neighborhood security in a way no other company has before.

Jamie Siminoff, Chief Inventor and Founder of Ring, said: “In order to execute on our mission of reducing crime in neighborhoods, homeowners need security that is affordable, proactive, easy to install, and comprehensive. All Ring products are integrated so homeowners can create a complete security system with custom zones, commands and settings to best deter thieves. As we begin shipping Ring Alarm, which offers professional monitoring and unlimited cameras at just $10 per month, and continue to innovate and layer new products and features into the Ring of Security and Ring Neighborhoods network, we’re going to make being a burglar in 2018 a very tough job.”

Stick Up Cam Elite

  • Indoor/outdoor security camera
  • Two-way audio
  • Advanced motion sensors with zone detection
  • 1080p HD video
  • Power of Ethernet (POE) or standard wall outlet
  • Wi-Fi or POE for internet

Stick Up Cam

  • Indoor/outdoor security camera
  • Weatherproof
  • Battery-powered
  • 1080p HD video
  • Two-way audio
  • Passive Infrared Sensor (PIR) motion sensors with zone detection
  • Compatible with Ring’s Solar Panel Charger

Ring Beams
Ring recently acquired Mr. Beams, an innovative LED lighting technology company, in order to integrate smart, energy-efficient lights into more of its security devices and release new, standalone outdoor security lights, called Ring Beams.

  • Patented, smart, outdoor security lights
  • Integrate with Ring app and all Ring security Cams and Doorbells
  • Pathway lights
  • Step lights
  • Spotlights

Ring Alarm
The much anticipated Ring Alarm will begin shipping in spring 2018; bundles start at just $199 and include:

  • Base Station
  • Keypad
  • Contact Sensor (for a window or door)
  • Passive Infrared Sensor (PIR)
  • Z-Wave Extender

Ring Protect Plans

  • 24/7 professional monitoring
  • Cloud video storage for an unlimited amount of Ring devices at any location
  • Free Ring mobile app usage
  • 10 percent off all future Ring.com device purchases