Anker introduces two new Homekit compatible indoor security cameras. Both budget-priced Eufy cameras at competitive performances are set to come out next month.
Anker recently announced that it will launch two new Homekit compatible indoor security cameras. The company will unveil the said devices under Eufy, its official brand.
In an announcement made online, Anker confirmed that they will release two new Eufy devices. The Eufy Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt and the more economical Eufy Indoor Cam 2K.
Both will be compatible with Homekit and will rock the tech market next month.
Eufy Indoor Cam 2K
Eufy Indoor Cam 2K will feature 2K resolution. It is an IP67 1080p camera with the night mode capability. The Eufy Indoor Cam 2K can capture a field of view to as wide as 125 degrees. It can also zoom in images to up to eight times the original size.
Anker’s upcoming indoor camera boasts at 128 GB of file size. It also allows for iCloud camera recording. This means there are fewer chances of users missing out on those high definitions wide angled scenes captured.
Anker’s 2K Cam comes with two-way audio capable of alerting the owner once it detects the sound of a baby crying. The camera, on the other hand, features Artificial Intelligence that makes human and pet detections possible.
Users can pre-program the camera with motions for specific house locations. This tracks the changes that may take place in specific house spots.
Eufy Indoor Cam 2K Pan & Tilt
The Eufy Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt, on the other hand, comes with enhanced features. It can be tilted to as far as 93 degrees and can go up to 360-degree panning.
It has integrated motors and a built-in sensor that lets the camera follow the movements of everything within its 360-degree view. However, the said feature is not available on the Indoor Cam 2K.
Both Eufy Indoor Cam 2K and Indoor Cam 2K Pan and Tilt are capable of 24/7 recording. On a side note, Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Kit users need not worry as both Anker’s Eufy, Indoor Cam 2K and Eufy 2K Pan & Tilt support the said applications.
However, as of the moment, Anker did not confirm if the two upcoming cameras will support the Home Kit Secure Video which will be ideal for HomePod, iPad, or Apple TV.
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