Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit

Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit

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Logitech has announced a new Circle 2 home security camera that will soon support Apple HomeKit. Circle 2 offers unlimited 1080p HD streaming, night vision, 180 degree wide-angle lens, and two-way talk and listen.

Whether you’re checking to see who’s at the door or in your living room, Circle 2 helps you keep an eye on all parts of your home. Simply place Circle 2 in your desired location, connect it with the Logi Circle app, and let the camera do the rest.

“People want the peace of mind that comes with a simple security solution,” said Vincent Borel, director of new ventures at Logitech. “Circle 2 gives people just that - you can place the camera wherever you need it, inside or out, and rest assured that you'll be alerted of any changes in your home while you're away.”

Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit

Highlights:
Circle 2 is an evolution of Logitech’s original Logi Circle cam featuring a much more versatile design, weatherproof solution, various mounts and accessories, an updated companion mobile (iOS/Android) and web app to keep you connected at all times, as well as today’s most popular smart home integrations. Two models are available, Wired and Wire-Free, which give you the freedom to position the Circle 2 camera wherever you want.

Compatible Mounts and Accessories
● Circle 2 Window Mount - See more of what's happening outside, from the inside. Simply attach the Window Mount to the camera and place it on any window pane to see outdoors.
● Circle 2 Plug Mount - The Plug Mount lets you watch over the home from any wall outlet – in the kitchen, garage, or even down low to see your pet.
● Circle 2 Weatherproof Extension - The Weatherproof Extension lets your Circle 2 Wired Camera reach even further, both indoors and outdoors. Its Weatherproof Case ensures your cables are safe from outside weather conditions.
● Circle 2 Rechargeable Battery - A backup Rechargeable Battery (lasts up to 3 months) so you can quickly swap out the Circle 2 Wire-Free Camera battery while the other is charging.



Smart Home
Circle 2 works with many smart home platforms to simplify your experience even more. Circle 2 will support Apple HomeKit soon with a software update. Use the power of your own voice with Amazon Alexa through a custom skill to control key settings and start recordings. Circle 2 also works with Logitech’s own POP Smart Button to easily control your camera with just a press of a button. The Amazon Alexa and Logitech POP integrations also work with Logi Circle by updating the respective apps, when available.

Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit

Pricing & Availability
Circle 2 is available now for pre-order at Logitech.com with product shipping in July. Circle 2 Wired is $179.99 and Circle 2 Wire-Free is $199.99. A selection of Circle 2 mounts and accessories range in pricing from $29.99 to $49.99. Every Circle 2 camera comes with 24-hours of free, secure bank-level encrypted cloud storage; Circle Safe Basic offers 14-days of storage and Circle Safe Premium offers 31-days of storage and additional features such as custom Motion Zones and Person Detection.

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Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit

Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit

Logitech Unveils New 'Circle 2' Security Camera That Will Support Apple HomeKit
Smarter than that - June 14, 2017 at 2:03pm
Did it *have* to cover the second outlet on the wall plug? really? it couldn't have been offset? Version 2 will be offset.
Lee - June 14, 2017 at 1:08pm
Looks remarkably similar to the Nest Cam outdoor camera.
@Comment - June 13, 2017 at 4:36pm
I agree .
Pauliep - June 13, 2017 at 3:27pm
Nothing special, just another pos wifi camera like nest and arlo. People really buy these? Anything other than ip cameras is a waste of time and money
Butterspider - June 14, 2017 at 10:16am
Which one do u suggest?
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