Smart home tech has really taken off in popularity in recent times with more and more gadgets becoming both cheaper and increasingly more accessible to people all around the world. Not too long ago if you wanted to have lights that turned on via a motion detector or mobile app, or have a camera system around your house that you could control remotely you'd have to be nothing shy of an electrical engineer and know how to do basic programming on top of that to get your systems up and running.
Thankfully, nowadays you can buy plug and play systems that are both far easier to use and significantly cheaper as well.
The latest hype around smart home tech are doorbells that you can access wherever you might be.
Google has just introduced their battery-operated Nest Doorbell that is controlled via a mobile app so you can see exactly who is at your door and you have the ability to talk to them through the app as well as send a few pre-recorded messages if need be.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Made By Google on Introducing The Nest Doorbell (Battery) From Google