Zmodo Knows How to Make your Home Smart

by Tech Mainstream Staff

January 21, 2019

Zmodo Knows How to Make your Home SmartZmodo Smart Doorbell, Image Credit: Zmodo

You may have already heard of Nest and Ring video doorbells, yet have you heard of the Zmodo Greet video doorbell? Zmodo not only makes video doorbells, but they also produce indoor and outdoor cameras and smart home devices such as thermostats, WiFi extenders, smart water valves and home security systems. All Zmodo products have free lifetime support, free ground shipping, sixty-day money back guarantee and a three year warranty.

Currently there are five different Zmodo Greet video doorbells: Greet Pro Doorbell, Greet Smart Doorbell with Indoor Chime, Greet HD, Greet Select and Greet 1.0. The Greet Smart Doorbell not only features a companion indoor chime to notify you when the someone is at the door, but also true 1080p HD video resolution, two way audio, PIR Sensor motion detection, 256-bit AES encryption, 140° view angle and night vision up to 10 feet. The Greet Pro Doorbell has the same features of the Greet Smart Doorbell including a 180° angle of view, night vision up to sixteen feet and Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

The Greet HD Doorbell also has many of the features of the Greet Smart Doorbell. It differs in the availabilty of a free cloud plan, night vision up to 16 feet, 120° angle of view and Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant availability. The Greet Select is very similar to the Greet HD Doorbell except for aethetics. The last doorbell we will examine is the Greet 1.0. The Greet 1.0 has HD video resolution, 105° angle of view and night vision up to 10 feet. 


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