We’ll be covering this hopefully next week in detail, but due to rain, allergies, and the package being placed in the wrong place and sitting in someone else’s area for three weeks, we’re running a bit behind on this one.
The Nooie Doorbell Cam is a 10,000mAh rechargeable wireless doorbell you can stick anywhere within WiFi range (assuming you want to connect it to the internet,) that talks to a base station in your house where it stores 2K video quality data on a MicroSD. Alternately you can push video to the cloud.
The base station acts as a door chime, and can connect to the internet on either 2.4 or 5gHz it appears. It claims it’s Alexa and Google Home enabled for voice commands, but what those are I’m not sure about. This seems more app facing than assistant facing.
There is a mention on the Amazon link that you can ask Alexa to show you the video from a doorbell to see a live view indicating you can stream it, but whether you can talk to guests via smart assistant connection I do not know yet. This really seems something that they should point out how it’s usable or not on their web page.
Ah well, if you’re in the market for a video recording door bell that can be placed anywhere without power wires, is rechargeable, and has an anti-theft mechanism in it to loudly announce it’s being tampered with, you might want to check out the Nooie Cam Doorbell.
Review incoming as soon as I can test this well.
In the meantime, you can grab one on Amazon for under $150. I’m uncertain if there’s a deal or my Honey plugin is kicking in but it appears there’s a $30 coupon available so check that out before any purchase.