Eve's MotionBlinds for HomeKit are on sale now. Image: Eve The 2022 episode of the Consumer Electronics Show is this week, and announcements are already underway. Eve is a company that makes several smart home products that support Apple's HomeKit platform. More recently, it has refreshed its lineup with support for Matter's Thread protocol, and it has a number of announcements to kick off CES 2022. The company's MotionBlinds for HomeKit are now available worldwide. However, it seems that the landing page to find a Coulisse reseller is not quite live yet. (Monday, am I right?) You can keep checking motionblinds.com/eve or selectblinds.com in the US for more information on availability. Prices start at $332.50 on Select Blinds with the current promotion. The blinds are integrated with Apple's HomeKit platform, so you can use Siri to control the blinds. There's a rechargeable battery-powered motor via a USB-C port, which is definitely a hassle and something you'll eventually forget to charge. Other than that, the blinds sound like a welcome addition to Eve's HomeKit offering. Eve's Outdoor Cam with HomeKit Support Image: Eve Eve's second announcement is something I personally wanted from every company: an outdoor camera with a floodlight that integrates with Apple's HomeKit Secure Video offering. The Eve Outdoor Cam is just that, launching on April 5 for $250. The camera records 1080p video with a 157-degree field of view, has infrared night vision, is IP55 rated for water and dust resistance, and has two-way communication thanks to a built-in speaker. and microphone. Apple's HomeKit Secure Video platform requires an iCloud+ subscription that starts at $0.99 per month for a single camera (in addition to iCloud storage and other features). When active, all captured images are encrypted and stored in your iCloud account. You also get notifications when a person, animal, vehicle or package is detected within the camera's field of view. There's no camera landing page on Eve's website, but you can read more about the company's CES announcements here.
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