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EZVIZ DB1C Video Doorbell debuts with AI-powered person detection, 2-way talk and dual-band Wi-Fi

The DB1C. (Source: EZVIZ)
The DB1C. (Source: EZVIZ)
EZVIZ has launched the DB1C as a new option for those interested in a teched-out doorbell. It is compatible with 2.4Ghz/5Ghz Wi-Fi, which can stream FHD video to a user's personal device. The new smart home component also has AI that can tell when there is a human in front of it, so as to avoid blowing the same device up with unnecessary or inaccurate alerts.

EZVIZ may be best known for its line of residential security cameras; however, the company has announced a new foray into the video doorbell category with the DB1C. It improves on some others on the market with support for 1080p video, which can be stored on a microSD card of up to 256GB in capacity.

The DB1C's camera is also equipped with a 170° field of view, which, according to EZVIZ, ensures that the bell's owner can see as much of the caller as necessary when using it to virtually answer the door. It also has the AI Human Detection found in many of the brand's newer security cameras.

The company also claims that the user can speak to a caller over Wi-Fi regardless of where they are thanks to the DB1C's 2-way microphone.

Therefore, the new video doorbell might be a good option for those who want their home to be smarter even at the entrance; then again, others such as Google's alternative have been designed to blend in better to a home's exterior, whereas the DB1C admittedly sticks out more with its Insta360-esque look.

In addition, this model lacks the night vision feature of some others out there. Then again, those slight compromises enable EZVIZ to price its new home security gadget at US$106.99 on Amazon.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-11- 4 (Update: 2022-11- 4)