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EZVIZ' latest video doorbell launches with dual-lens tech and solar power back-up

The EP3x Pro. (Source: EZVIZ)
The EP3x Pro. (Source: EZVIZ)
EZVIZ' latest video doorbell is its first to come with its own solar power for potentially always-on operation. The EP3x Pro is also rated to 'expand' its field of vision with dual cameras, and to keep the user alerted as to the arrival of people or other things such as packages subscription-free.

The EZVIZ BC1C (that starts for $89.99 on Amazon for now) may have met its perfect match in the EP3x Pro, in that they both benefit from "effortless" installation with rechargeable batteries (5,200mAh in the case of the newer accessory) that can power back up via their own connected solar panels if necessary.

The EP3x Pro can also be hardwired if the user prefers; nevertheless, it can also switch to solar-only in a "smart" manner if necessary, or even just to save on electricity bills. The new doorbell has a "bottom" field of view as well as one for the "front", delivered by dedicated 1080p and 2K lenses respectively.

Then again, they can form the same potentially expanded coverage of a porch or doorstep (in a process that apparently goes beyond mere "stitching" in software) to keep an eye on all movement in its visual range.

The EP3x Pro is also rated to recognize things such as packages as well as people, and push notifications to the user's mobile device accordingly, and to store its footage on-device thanks to 32GB of on-board storage. EZVIZ has yet to release pricing and availability details for the new video doorbell, however.


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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2024-04-27 (Update: 2024-04-27)