Arlo Smart Audio Doorbell Supports Amazon Alexa

Arlo’s latest smart audio doorbell has been available for preorder. Using your existing Arlo Base Station, the smart doorbell works with Arlo security camera and chime, and it’s compatible with Amazon Alexa.

Arlo Smart Audio Doorbell Supports Amazon Alexa

The Arlo smart audio doorbell measures 2.9 x 3.1 x 1.1 inches and weighs 6.4 ounces. As we can see from the images, the doorbell shows off an elegant and minimal appearance design. The white casing and black front panel ensure it’s compliant to the style of your front door. Meanwhile, the wire-free and weather-resistant design allows it to work fine anywhere outside of your home with no wiring hassle. The audio doorbell is also compatible with your existing chime, so there’s no rewiring necessary.

Arlo Smart Audio Doorbell Supports Amazon Alexa

Using Alro Base Station, the smart audio doorbell joins in your home network. Once someone presses the doorbell, you will get a call on your smartphone or tablet. If another family member accepts the call, you will receive a notification. Furthermore, built-in microphone lets you talk with your visitors, guests, and delivery people at your door via your smartphone or tablet wherever you’re. The doorbell also works with Arlo security camera so that you can get a full view of who’s at your door.

Moreover, its silent mode allows you to mute your doorbell chime when you don’t want to be disturbed. You can also select from a list of pre-recorded messages for quick reply when you’re unable to talk or in a hurry. In addition, tor visitors and guests can leave you a message if you’re unable to answer the door. The smart doorbell also supports Amazon Alexa for more convenient voice control.

Arlo smart audio doorbell is priced at $79.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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