Nest presents first security Cam




Google subsidiary Nest has announced its first security. The Nest Cam is a camera that can detect motion and the image 130 degrees can capture around himself with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels at 30fps.

The camera appeared Wednesday on the website of the US retailer Best Buy after an announcement Nest itself. The camera is 11,5×11,5×7,1cm tall and weighs just over 200g. The camera has a further unknown CMOS sensor. The accompanying smartphone software is compatible with Android 4.0 and higher and iOS 7 and above.

The camera motion and activate the video feed when it detects motion. The camera will record as the Nest Protect instance detects carbon monoxide. The camera can see up to six meters in the dark, so mention the specs on the website of the retailer. This is done via infrared. The announcement is no surprise. Nest took last year Dropcam, which already made ​​security cameras. Nest itself is best known for the smart thermostat that sells.

Users can see a live feed from the camera apps. Who wants to watch images from previous days, will have a subscription named Nest Aware. The price of the subscription is not yet known, but tech site The Verge notes that Dropcam ten dollars, converted currently around 8.80 euro, allocated for such subscription. Then users can look back images to thirty days. When Nest will deliver Cam, or will be in the Benelux, is unknown. The price is $ 200, including VAT and converted would be around 214 euros


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