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17th April 2024 Issue no. 701

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HP7 the new-generation, internet-connected video doorphone, to replace traditional home intercom systems

* EZVIZ-HP7.jpgThe latest innovation from EZVIZ is the HP7 Smart Video Doorphone. This well-thought-out piece of kit consists of a 2-in-1 camera and doorbell with a 7-inch colour touch screen and interlinks with entrance locks and easily connects to home networks.

Users can now exit and enter more easily, see, and interact with visitors more clearly, and be able to open doors remotely. What’s more, users can receive real-time mobile notifications when people are detected, view live video feeds, and manage visitor access all via a smartphone. Ideal for multi occupancy households, a rental property or just to make the entry process easier and security better.

Widely recognized for its feature packed and reliable video doorbells and smart door viewers, EZVIZ has taken a step further this time to provide a more tailored solution for larger houses and properties, which shows the company’s strong competitiveness in the overall home entry product category. In addition to advanced functionalities and product connectivity, the HP7 fully ditches the bulkiness and old-fashioned look of prevailing home intercoms. The kit features a refined, minimalist style with a consistent, glossy black finish on both devices. It fulfills a homeowners’ desire for a device which fits with a modern home and blends with any contemporary home entrance.
A smart, modern choice for front door communications
With the HP7, convenience comes first. Homeowners now have multiple options to open the door and gate, by swiping a smart RFID card, tapping on the indoor monitor, or unlocking via the EZVIZ App. Wi-Fi connected, the HP7 makes it simple to manage home access even when users are not physically present. When at home, users can enjoy using the large touch screen with intuitive control buttons and multiple customisable options. When at work or on holiday, users can now use a phone to receive incoming calls when the doorbell rings, can verify the caller’s identity in stunning 2K video, and respond with real-time audio; all without ear-piecing noises or a poor reception.
For an even better user experience, the HP7 comes packed with many thoughtful features. The outdoor doorbell features a shield cover to fully protect against and withstand any weather and uses a backlighted name card to ensure people knock at the right door. It also provides multiple ringtone options so users can choose whichever is preferred.
24/7 peace of mind, guaranteed.
Integrating EZVIZ’s industry-leading smart camera features, the HP7 acts as a front-door security guard for the home. It distinguishes and detects moving people instead of cars or animals sending instant mobile notifications, so users are notified about any stranger passing by. Users can fine-tune the detection feature by customising the area and sensitivity too. All motion-triggered videos can be safely stored on an extra-large local MicroSD card of up to 512 GB, in case any emergency happens without a witness being present. Those who prioritise personal privacy can also enable the voice changer feature on the EZVIZ App when talking to unknown people.
“We are really proud about the launch of our HP7, as it truly shows EZVIZ’s long-standing commitment to build easy, useful and beautiful smart home products, by combining human-centered design with advanced technology,” said John Wu, global product manager at EZVIZ. “We hope to see it change people’s perception of front-door protection, and bring wider convenience and joy to everyone who uses it.”
The HP7 is available from EZVIZ 

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