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As many of us hunker down to limit the spread of the coronavirus and COVID-19, video doorbells can play a unique role in social distancing. Doorbell cameras let you see when someone’s at your door and also allow you to speak to visitors. Not only can you still get food deliveries and packages, but you can also instruct delivery drivers to leave items on the porch.While it might seem like a small thing, a video doorbell can help protect you and every visitor at your door by giving everyone a little extra space. Just remember to disinfect the doorbell regularly, especially after deliveries, for everyone’s sake

Video doorbells are a relatively new smart home category, but they closely overlap with standard home security cameras. They are, in fact, doorbells with built-in security cameras. With doorbell cameras, your guests will ring the buzzer just like they normally do, but you'll get real-time alerts on your phone and a live video look at whoever's there (in addition to a regular ol' chime sound). You and your guest can then chat via a built-in speaker and microphone in the doorbell. In some cases, the device will also work with smart locks so you can let the person in without physically opening the door yourself. 


Most of the best video doorbell options today are Wi-Fi-enabled and offer features such as a rechargeable battery, two-way communication, a video feed and recording, along with the traditional doorbell button. But the designs, video quality, video storage subscriptions and general installation of each doorbell cam can vary a lot. Below in our doorbell reviews, we've highlighted our favorite models, and we've explained exactly how we test video doorbells, too. If you're looking for the best video doorbell, chances are it's among those we've tested.