[CES 2019] Hanwha Techwin unveils Google Assistant compatible, 4K UHD all-in-one DVR security system

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The 4K Ultra HD Video Security Systems will be available in 8-Channel and 16-Channel sets for complete visual coverage indoors and outdoors with video resolution four times clearer than 1080p.

Home security systems keep getting better every year and Hanwha Techwin has introduced a new system at CES 2019 that might pique your interest. The Hanwha Techwin 4K UHD all-in-one security system is also Google Assistant compatible which makes this system able to connect with your Google devices.

The 4K Ultra HD Video Security Systems will be available in 8-Channel and 16-Channel sets for complete visual coverage indoors and outdoors with video resolution four times clearer than 1080p.

The 4K Ultra HD Video Security Systems are ideal for users looking for a complete home security solution – with a simple set up – straight out of the box. The cameras feature 3840p resolution, 104-degree Wide-Angle views, Motion Zone Selection and Event Detection, Privacy Zone and Digital Noise Reduction that result in clearer video images. The new systems will also feature Google Assistant and Chromecast compatibility allowing consumers to easily access video through simple voice commands.

The cameras are weather resistant – making them great for both indoor and outdoor environments. With an IP-66 rating, the company says they can endure frigid winters and scorching summers. Featuring True Day & Night with IR Cut Filter, the cameras keep colors accurate during the day time and illuminate the night, allowing users to see up to 82 ft in total darkness and up to 130 ft under ambient lighting. Privacy zone settings also allow you to exclude up to four areas that are not significant to your security or safety and masks them from the camera’s view.

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The Hanwha Techwin all-in-one security systems provide 4K, 3840p recording for smooth playback and clear imaging, while high-quality resolution enables better forensic inspection of a person’s face or license plate. With Motion Zone Selection and Event Detection, users can select desired areas to detect motion and avoid false alarms that may trigger the system. Users also receive alerts when there is motion, tampering or video loss detected.

The 4K Ultra HD Video Security Systems allow up to 8-Channel or 16-Channel recordings on the DVR, and 2-Channel uploads to the optional Wisenet Life Cloud service. Each camera can be set to record continuously or customized to record based on motion activation or scheduled times. Finding and reviewing recordings is simple with the option to search by time or by event type.

Pricing and date of availability for the 8-Channel and 16-Channel 4K Ultra HD Video Security Systems will be announced soon.

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