CNET First Look: Goji Smart Lock, the lock that knows who’s knocking.
Goji SmartLock has a proximity-based camera, accelerometer, and connected phone app turns this lock into a remote detection system…and it allows customized keyless entry, too.
The lock will take a picture when someone knocks on the door and stores the picture in a cloud.
The lock can be setup so that a key can only be used during certain times of the day.
Under $300 if you know your way around installing a deadbolt.
Hands-on with Kwikset and UniKey’s Kevo keyless entry system.
CNET has a demo that shows that an unwanted person with a key will not be able to enter, even if the controlling iPhone is within range on the inside of the door. Phones require Bluetooth 4.0. If no compatible phone is available for the owner, a keychain FOB is also available for use. Costs about $219.
No more fumbling with or looking for your keys. All you need to unlock your Kevo lock is your smartphone. You don’t even need to take your smartphone out of your pocket or purse; it’s as simple as walking up, touching your lock, and walking in. The ultimate level of convenience.
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