Hero Electronix launches Qubo Smart Home Security Camera at Rs 4,290

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on 27 May 2020
HIGHLIGHTS
  • Hero Electronix has launched the Qubo Smart Home Security Camera.

  • The device is priced at Rs 4,290.

  • The camera comes with a range of AI-based features.

Hero Electronix launches Qubo Smart Home Security Camera at Rs 4,290
Hero Electronix launches Qubo Smart Home Security Camera at Rs 4,290

Hero Electronix has expanded its range of Qubo smart home devices with the addition of the Qubo Smart Home Security Camera. The highlight of the product is the fact that it comes packed with a range of AI-based features that are aimed at making the device much more useable.

AI features

AI features of the Qubo Smart Home Security Camera include Person Detection and Baby Cry Alert. Person Detection utilises AI to analyze the video feed to determine if it has detected a human, only then will it send an alert to the user. General Motion Capture usually sends alerts the user whenever any motion is detected. As for the Baby Cry Alert, it does exactly what it says and alerts the user if it detects a baby crying. The feature allows the camera to be used as a baby monitor. 

The device is also compatible with Alexa and works with any Alexa-enabled device with a display. This can be used to get a live video feed from the camera via voice commands. In order to ensure privacy, the company claims that the feed is secured using the Q-Crypto framework, which is said to ensure all access to the device is only from authenticated and authorized users    

Hardware and price

Hardware-wise, the Qubo Smart Home Security Camera is capable of recording 1080p video with 10x digital zoom and a Night Vision mode. There is also a 2-way communication feature that allows users to have conversations. The camera can also be used outdoors and offers an IP65 rating. The device is priced at Rs 4,290 across leading offline outlets and online channels from next week onwards.

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