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Ring Introduces Spotlight Cam Plus In Saudi Arabia

The company is elevating its outdoor security lineup with features including color night vision and built-in spotlights.



ring introduces spotlight cam plus in saudi arabia

Ring has been at the forefront of smart home security for a decade, offering an affordable range of whole-home tech to make neighborhoods safer.

Today the company has introduced a brand new product for the Saudi Arabian market called the Spotlight Cam Plus — a next-generation device featuring a wide-angle lens, 1080p HD video, built-in LED spotlights, and a powerful alert siren.

The Spotlight Cam Plus builds on the previous model’s feature set with Color Night Vision, wired and battery-powered modes, plus an all-new design.

Smart, Customizable Outdoor Security

The Spotlight Cam Plus is available in black or white and retains all of the regular features Ring users have come to rely on, including real-time notifications, Two-Way Talk, and Live View.

The new Color Night Vision mode is improved by two motion-activated LED spotlights, allowing homeowners to keep a watchful eye on their property, day or night. In addition, Customizable Motion Zones can be set to trigger events, with Privacy Zones excluding certain areas from the camera’s field of view.

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Solar Panel USB-C

As well as announcing the new Spotlight Cam Plus, Ring also introduced its new Solar Panel USB-C solution. The unit connects seamlessly to the Spotlight Cam Plus and other Ring devices and can keep the cameras topped up with power after only a few hours of direct sunlight, using an adjustable arm to achieve the correct angle for the solar panel.

Pricing & Availability

Spotlight Cam Plus and Solar Panel USB-C are available now on in Saudi Arabia, starting from SAR 779 for a kit including both devices.


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Adobe Firefly AI Image Generator Comes To Photoshop

The Generative Fill tool will arrive in the app’s tool palette sometime in the second half of this year.



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Adobe Photoshop is the latest app to benefit from the explosion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, gaining a new tool called Generative Fill. The company’s AI image generator Firefly benefitted from the new feature in a web-only update back in March, and today, the Generative Fill tool launches in beta for the popular photo editing program.

Generative Fill is a little like a smarter version of Adobe’s existing Content-Aware Fill feature and works within individual Photoshop image layers. The tool can be used to expand the borders of an image (a feature known as outpainting) or to generate entirely new objects, and contains a text prompt to add direction to the AI technology.

Adobe claims its AI is only trained to work on Adobe Stock images, licensed content, and images without copyright restrictions. Generative Fill also supports a system called Content Credentials, which attaches metadata-style attributes to images before they are shared online, informing viewers that content was created or edited with the help of AI.

“By integrating Firefly directly into workflows as a creative co-pilot, Adobe is accelerating ideation, exploration and production for all of our customers,” announced Ashley Still, the senior vice president of Digital Media at Adobe. “Generative Fill combines the speed and ease of generative AI with the power and precision of Photoshop, empowering customers to bring their visions to life at the speed of their imaginations,” she added.

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Generative Fill isn’t yet available in the latest version of Photoshop, but if you’re curious about how the tool works, you can download the desktop beta app or try it out within a module of the Firefly beta. Adobe is still tight-lipped about the exact release date of Generative Fill, but says we can expect the new feature to drop sometime in the second half of 2023.

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