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Ring has made a name for itself in the smart home world with its lineup of connected doorbells that can record video.
Ring doorbells make it easy to add a security camera to the outside of your home, and its latest model makes it even easier to keep an eye on your visitors.
The new, removable battery (which looks like something you might find in a DSLR or camcorder) is much easier to charge: you just remove the front panel of the doorbell (a security screw underneath needs to be removed with the included screwdriver first), slide the battery out, and plug that into a Micro USB cable.
Charging still takes five or six hours — it’s a hefty, 6,100m Ah battery and this doesn’t have any quick charging features you might find on a smartphone — but the modularity of this design means you can buy a second battery and put that in to keep your doorbell functional while the other charges.
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You can use the Video Doorbell 2 on its own and it will chime when someone presses the button or it detects motion.
If you have a more complicated setup, Ring provides video tutorials to walk you through it.
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The biggest physical difference between the Doorbell 2 and the original is the new, slide-out battery.
With the first model, recharging the battery required removing the entire doorbell from the frame and plugging it in for five to six hours.
My home lacks any sort of doorbell wiring, so the Video Doorbell 2’s battery-powered features appealed to me.