Ring launches new Stick Up security camera burglars will hate – interview CEO Jamie Siminoff – CES 2016

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With the mission to create a security circle around your home, Ring, inventor of the smart doorbell, launched the first wire-free, stick up, outdoor security camera at CES Pepcom 2016.
Jamie Siminoff, inventor and CEO of Ring, said the company’s “mission is to reduce crime in communities and put a ring of security around your home.”


The companion device is an outdoor, self-install with a 5,200 mAh internal rechargeable lithium-ion battery that you can stick up anywhere around your house. The camera features a two-way audio, motion detection, cloud HD video recording and night vision, similar to the doorbell. The device can also be controlled through the same Ring app and is available on IOS, Android and Windows 10 (desktop) devices.
Read: Ring expands to Scottsdale bringing 200 jobs
Siminoff said that Ring has been well-received by consumers and they had strong 2015 holiday sales. The company recently expanded to Scottsdale to a 9,000 square-foot office and will house close to 200 jobs. To date Ring has raised $39 million in capital. Watch our interview with the CEO at Pepcom here.
The stick up cam will retail at $200 and customers can purchase the device at www.ring.com and orders will ship in 2-3 weeks.
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