Anker Innovations It is popular around the world for the quality of its accessories, especially those related to high capacity external batteries, although its catalog has much more to offer for the future. At least that’s how he has shown it in the CES 2022, where revealed from a video conferencing bar with integrated lighting, a smart doorbell with two cameras and a portable 4K laser projector with Android TV.
In the first instance, the AnkerWork B60 camera0 is an all-in-one product designed for professional quality communications to the integrate from a lens with 2K resolution, four microphones and speakers that are complemented by a light bar to improve image quality in any home or office environment.
This camera can be easily placed on an external monitor and connects via a USB-C input for use through any of the most popular video conferencing platforms on the market. Its price is 229.99 euros and can already be purchased from the official site ankerwork.com or wait until January 25 for its arrival at Amazon, ankerwork.com and other stores.
Anker eufy Security Video Doorbell Dual
To transform any house into a smart home you can bet on eufy Security Video Doorbell Dual (a year ago we were able to test the Anker eufyCam 2C model), a 2K front camera that allows you to have a notion of everything that happens at the door as well as to use a second camera with Full HD quality focused designed to keep track of the packages delivered.
The front camera uses 160º angle of view (FOV) while the ground-facing camera uses 120º of vision, in addition to having passive infrared (PIR) technology to gain precision in human detection and reduce false alarms by 95%, while allowing the faces of family members and friends are recognized through advanced AI technology.
The eufy Security Video Doorbell Dual will arrive in the European Union on February 16 for 249 euros. It will be found on Amazon, eufylife.com, and other partners around the world.
Nebula Cosmos Laser
Finally, Anker He also immerses himself in the world of projectors with the model Nebula Cosmos Laser which will be sold both in a version with support for 4K UHD resolution and another standard in Full HD quality. Its price will be 2,199 euros and 1,599 euros respectively with a pre-purchase on Kickstarter which will run until mid-March (then it will hit Amazon and its official site SeeNebula.com).
Both models work using a laser phosphor light source that offers them a 2400 ANSI lumens maximum brightness, while other features include Android 10 operating system for access to thousands of popular applications and an immersive audio system that is achieved by two 10W speakers and two additional 5W speakers (only present in the 4K version).