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Posted on February 1, 2019

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What sets the Maximus DualCam Video Doorbell apart from the rest is that one of the cameras faces forward—per usual—while the second one is angled down to give you a more complete look at who’s waiting at the door, whether it be a package or a person.

Our 29 Favorite CES Smart Home Gadgets

Posted on January 28, 2019

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One of the primary reasons we installed a video doorbell was so we could see when and if we get packages delivered. Finally, someone has created a video doorbell with two cameras – one pointing at eye level to see people coming, and another pointing down to see packages. Maximus claims higher resolution and faster time to view live visitors. The app shows the two video streams simultaneously so you can see both angles.

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Freshly unveiled at CES 2019, the Maximus Video Doorbell brings something new to the party by throwing two cameras into the mix – one to look your doorstepper in the face, and one to look at the packages being left down at foot level, just in case they get pinched.

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This is a video doorbell with two motion-sensing 1080p HDR cameras. You can view the two-camera feed on your phone through the Kuna app, and when someone rings your door, it pings your phone. Mics also allow you to talk to visitors.

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We really didn’t think it was possible to make a smart doorbell any smarter, but lo and behold Maximus somehow did.

Read more at CNET.

A video doorbell with two cameras seems like it should exist already, but up until now… we don’t think it has. Enter the Answer DualCam, which can keeps one eye forward and one eye on the package on your doorstep with its two motion-sensing 1080p HDR cameras. You can view the two-camera feed on your phone through the Kuna app and when someone rings the bell, it pings your phone, so you can say g’day and tell them where to delicately place your ordered goods.