Anker sub-brand Eufy released its smart video doorbell last year, and now the company is back with a refreshed version for 2020. The Eufy Security Video Doorbell 2K Pro (Wired) is a premium video doorbell with nifty features like five-day continuous recording, 2K resolution with HDR, and voice assistant compatibility.
It's almost Halloween again, and you know what that means: the option for spooky seasonal sounds from your Nest Hello doorbell. There's no better way to get in the spirit than some scary noises yourself every time someone's at your front door.
Nest products offer best-in-class integration with Google services like the Assistant, and the Nest Hello video doorbell is no different. When we reviewed it back in 2018, we awarded it our Most Wanted seal of approval. Now you can get a brand-new unit for just $144.99 on Newegg — but you'll have to act fast to get this deal.
Turning your house into a smart home can get real expensive, so when products like this Eufy video doorbell are discounted, it's tempting to jump on that deal, fast. If you head over to Woot right now, you can get Eufy's 2K two-way wireless doorbell in white for $164 ($56 off).
Arlo's latest video doorbell had a rough start, with missing support for some must-have features, but it has improved quite a bit since its initial release. Now you can get the Arlo Video Doorbell AVD1001 for just $109.99, a discount of $40 from the original MSRP (and $39 below the current Amazon price).
Google is carrying on with its month of Nest product sales, and while there (sadly) haven't been any discounts on single items, we have seen some decent bundles so far. Today, Google is selling the Nest Hello Video Doorbell and Nest Hub together for $268.99, a discount of $50 compared to buying them separately.
Over the weekend, Google tweaked and subsequently reverted a change to its Assistant developer documentation. Two ostensibly "new" device types were added to its list: doorbells and stylers. Note, neither of these are actually new, and Assistant-integrated products in both categories already exist. We're pretty sure Google simply leaked developer- and manufacturer-facing documentation for the two categories that wasn't previously public.
If you're looking for an easy solution to keep an eye on your front door without breaking the bank, take a look at Eufy's smart doorbell. It usually sells for about $160, but you can snatch it for just $100 on Amazon this Black Friday.