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Ring launches new video doorbells with improved motion detection

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Ring has just released new devices including the Ring Video Doorbell 3 which now includes “pre-roll” technology so it can capture four seconds of video before motion is detected near your front door.

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 ($329) and Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus ($369) now includes an adjustable motion zone with the ability to detect motion as far away as 5m from your front door.

It also has enhanced dual band 2.4Ghz/5Ghz bands for even better wi-fi connectivity.

Ring has also announced a redesigned Ring Chime ($49) and Chime Pro ($79) so you can hear the doorbell across your entire home.

Chime Pro can also act as a wi-fi extender and now includes a night light.

“At Ring, we are continuously pushing the boundaries to bring the most innovative devices and features to our customers,” said Jamie Siminoff, Ring’s founder and Chief Inventor.

“While features similar to Pre-Roll have been available on our wired devices, we believe it is important to also offer this feature to users with a battery-powered Video Doorbell, so that no one ever misses a moment at their doorstep.

“With Ring Video Doorbell 3 and Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus, we’re excited to continue bringing customers even more home security options, while keeping user privacy and control front and centre.”

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 also works with Alexa so you can ask to see feeds on Echo Show smart displays.

The Ring Video Doorbell 3 and Ring Video Doorbell 3 Plus along with the new Ring Chime and Chime Pro are all available now to pre-order from amazon.com.au.

The new Ring doorbells will go on sale on April 28 from Ring.com, amazon.com.au, JB Hi-Fi, Bunnings, Officeworks, Harvey Norman, The Good Guys and Bing Lee.

The Chime and Chime Pro will go on sale on May 12.