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360 D819 AI Face Recognition WiFi Smart Video Doorbell  - Black £83.30 at GearBest
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360 D819 AI Face Recognition WiFi Smart Video Doorbell - Black £83.30 at GearBest

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Posted 2nd Sep 2019

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360 D819 smart video doorbell like your eyes to protect your home security, which built-in 360 AI face recognition technology and motion detection. It can accurately recognize family members, friends and strangers. Very smart to use. The home changes will pushed to your phone in time when you travel around the world.

Bit of copycat version of Nest Hello but package comes with Chime included. Also free Cloud recording or SD card.
1080P, 162 degree camera with AI face detection. Battery powered.Can answer, talk through the app from anywhere in the world.

Cheap doorbell with decent specs.

General Specification

Brand: 360
Model: D819
Material: ABS Dimensions and Weight

Product weight: 0.2170 kg
Package weight: 0.7030 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 15.10 x 6.10 x 3.20 cm / 5.94 x 2.4 x 1.26 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 19.20 x 19.20 x 5.80 cm / 7.56 x 7.56 x 2.28 inches Package Contents

Package Contents: 1 x Doorbell, 1 x Indoor Unit, 1 x Charging Cable, 1 x English Manual
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AI face recognition without consent? Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen!
Either that's a massive doorbell or it's Jeremy beadles hand!
Massive influx of "robbers" holding up a picture of you from social media in front of it.. incoming!

On a serious note, seems like a lot of tech and features for the money!

HEAT!
Mike_HUKD02/09/2019 15:58

AI face recognition without consent? Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to …AI face recognition without consent? Sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen!


Nest Hello already does this..

I'm guessing on private property you can do what you like.. in public spaces this becomes a little more dubious..

But what makes me laugh is that governments ban Huawei kit, yet China floods the market with cameras and other network attached equipment, a lot of which is quite insecure and could in theory be compromised by any government.. I get the core infrastructure concerns but realistically it's everywhere already..
XEntity02/09/2019 16:19

Nest Hello already does this..I'm guessing on private property you can do …Nest Hello already does this..I'm guessing on private property you can do what you like.. in public spaces this becomes a little more dubious..But what makes me laugh is that governments ban Huawei kit, yet China floods the market with cameras and other network attached equipment, a lot of which is quite insecure and could in theory be compromised by any government.. I get the core infrastructure concerns but realistically it's everywhere already..


Seems dubious, time will tell. If I hire a gardner and he gets scanned by my doorbell, what then? No longer a private concern. Hmm.
Mike_HUKD02/09/2019 16:20

Seems dubious, time will tell. If I hire a gardner and he gets scanned by …Seems dubious, time will tell. If I hire a gardner and he gets scanned by my doorbell, what then? No longer a private concern. Hmm.


The issue is data protection I believe, which means that scanning someone isnt the issue, it's storage of that data..

So the Nest hello scans and checks against stored data (the user actively has to add faces to be recognised and announced) I would assume that other faces detected are not stored.. just checked against the stored data.. but I'm no solicitor..
I dont know, to me, looks like another device for data tracking. Its okay if it recognises owner but what about other random people that comes by? That info should be going somewhere. I'd rather skip on this one.
Opened the link, came as £77. Closed and opened again, came as £83.30...plus postage. Perhaps the postage should be added in the title. Considering the risk of paying taxes, it seems a bit expensive for a no name bell, you can get Ring for close to £100. This does not means this is a bad deal.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 2nd Sep 2019
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