The Amazon Ring Always Home Cam drone debuted roughly one year ago. The Amazon security drone has been met with a lot of criticism from the public. Now, the Invite-only Ring Always Home Cam drone is available on Amazon. However, it is only available by Invitation.
Ring Always Home Cam drone available on Amazon. Invite only.
People who are interested in the Amazon security drone, officially known as the Ring Always Home Cam, can request an invitation on Amazon’s website.
Before Amazon might send you an invite, there are a few questions you need to answer, such as:
- How many Ring devices do you own?
- Do you have a home security system?
- Do you have a Ring Protect subscription (Ring Protect Basic, Ring Protect Plus, or Ring Protect Pro)?
- Do you live with anyone or have frequent visitors who are children or pets?
- What is the estimated square footage of the single floor in your home where you plan to use Always Home Cam?
The Ring Always Home Cam drone will be offered to the lucky few for $249. The Amazon security drone records video in 1440 x 1440 HD and comes with a built-in LED that automatically lights up the path when recording at night or in dim environments while flying through your house on patrol.
The T-shaped drone has its propellers encased to protect itself and your belongings from any accidental collisions.
The Ring Always Home Cam drone can be programmed so that it will not carry out its autonomous aerial surveillance of your home while there are people inside.
You can request the Ring Always Home Cam drone from the Ring app on your smartphone to fly through your house in case you think you might have left a window open or the stove on. Otherwise, the drone will jump into action when it is triggered, i.e. when your Ring Alarm contact sensors or motion detectors are triggered.
When the Ring Always Home Cam drone is placed in its docking station, it will not record anything. The Amazon security drone’s camera is only operational during flights.
So, if you’re not scared of any privacy breaches or hacking threats, go to the Amazon website immediately and request an invitation to purchase the Ring Always Home Cam drone and add it to your smart home.
Let us know what you think about Amazon’s aerial alarm system or flying home security camera. Do you think the Ring Always Home Cam is worth buying? Let us know in the comments below.
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