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Could 2019 be the year of the smart video doorbell?

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Inman | Jim Dalrymple II

New data suggests that 2019 could be a boom year for smart video doorbells as Americans increasingly adopt home automation technology.

The data, from market research firm Parks Associates, indicates that 25 percent of U.S. households with broadband plan to buy a smart video doorbell this year. If all, or even most, of those households go through with their plans, it would represent a massive jump in the number of homes with smart doorbells; according Parks Associates, only 8 percent of homes with broadband had a smart doorbell during the final months of 2018. At the end of 2017, a mere 7 percent of broadband homes had a smart doorbell.

To read the full article, click here: Are smart doorbells the must-have home accessory of 2019?

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