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[Update: Shipping next month for $660] Robin Telecom claims to offer the first HomeKit enabled doorbell with its ProLine Doorbell

[2019-01-11 17:38:13]

Update 1/8: Netatmo too! Robin Telecom, based in The Netherlands, has what looks like the first HomeKit doorbell approved by Apple. The company’s ProLine Doorbell also includes features like an all aluminum design, 130° field of view, HD video, and more. The post [Update: Shipping next month for $660] Robin Telecom claims to offer the first HomeKit enabled doorbell with its ProLine Doorbell appeared first on 9to5Mac.

[Update: Shipping next month for $660] Robin Telecom claims to offer the first HomeKit enabled doorbell with its ProLine Doorbell


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