The Ring Floodlight Cam packs a pair of bright LED lamps, a 1080p video camera and a 100db siren that will scare intruders away. The device will be activated by a motion sensor with a 270-degree field of vision, and you'll get smartphone notifications, too. The camera connects to your WiFi network and will run through the same Ring app that works with the company's other devices. Similarly, the built-in speaker and microphone will enable you to speak to people who approach your property and inquire as to their intentions.
Installation-wise, it's a little more intensive than Ring's previous offerings, because you will actually have to wire the device to your home's floodlight wiring. Assuming, of course, that you already have such cabling -- otherwise it'll be a call to your nearest electrician. The Ring Floodlight Cam will retail for $249, with preorders opening from today at Ring's website and shipping due for early April.Click here to catch up on the latest news from CES 2017.