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Hive Camera is a smart cam that can ape a police siren and bark like a dog


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Fancy owning a smart cam that can detect motion, is HD enabled and, more importantly, barks like a dog? Well, you are in luck as Centrica, the folks behind British Gas and Hive smart home products, have announced its latest edition - Hive Camera.

Hive Camera is a Nest-rivalling smart camera system. It allows 24/7 HD streaming in your home, all viewable through the accompanying app. 

The camera also has two-way audio, so you can chat to people in different rooms, soothe a baby without scraping your lazy ass off the couch or confuse the life out of your dog.

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The camera will also let you monitor your home if you are not there. And if you see someone unsavory - no, not uncle Jimmy - you can zoom into their face and sound an alarm, ape a police siren or get your camera to bark like a dog. 

Basically, if this camera was invented in the '90s, the movie Home Alone would be a pretty dull 10-minute short.

Hive Cam is also fun for statisticians, as it can log all movement in your home with time and dates - all accessible from the Hive app.

The Hive Camera is out now for £129 - it will be coming to the US too, but release date and pricing is yet to be announced. It will also be part of Hive Home Check, a new (yet to be priced) subscription package. 

Hive also revealed two new products will be out later in the year - the Hive Leak Sensor and Hive Active Hub. So keep checking back for new details on these. 



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Using the hive camera one can get a clear view from wherever they are, with a wide-angle, night vision, lens HD, live streaming, and zoom one can control from anywhere they are.






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