The ProLine Compact doorbell will be the latest device with HomeKit Secure Video support
What you need to know
- Robin Telecom has announced the launch of its ProLine Compact doorbell.
- The ProLine Compact will support HomeKit Secure Video when the service is launched.
- It has a 5MP camera, a 130-degree wide-angle lens and can shoot 720p video.
Robin Telecom has announced the launch of its brand new ProLine Compact doorbell, which will feature support for Apple's HomeKit Secure Video Service as of December.
The ProLine Compact is a successor to the ProLine, which was the first doorbell to support Apple HomeKit. As the name suggests, the latest offering from the Dutch company is smaller than the last one and will support HomeKit Secure Video when an update is released next month.
Like most "smart doorbells", the ProLine Compact gives you instant notifications when your doorbell goes and allows you to answer your door on your iPhone, iPad or Mac.
It has a 5MP camera, a 130-degree wide-angle lens, and it can shoot 720p video. The ProLine Compact will support Apple's HomeKit Secure Video service, following a firmware update due to be released in December:
With the update, the ProLine Compact will record video and store it in iCloud for you whenever it detects the presence of a person animal or vehicle in the shot.
The Robin ProLine Compact is available in three colors from Robin's website for 599,00 €. ($661.97)
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