I posted a while back that we've been having some issues with our pup. He is old and feeble so it makes me worry about him when we leave the house for errands and events. This anxiety has been happening a while so I was excited to attend an AT&T event which showcased their Digital Life system.
I teased that I wanted Digital Life for teen cams (well maybe only a little kidding dum, dum, DUUUM), but the real reason was my Seb.
This last week, Seb fell down the stairs twice and up the porch stairs again. It turns out he has heart issues, and immune disease called Cushings, severe arthrtitis and even a parasite. Poor guy! Imagine if all this happened while we were out for the day.
The good news is our elderly 16 year old Seb is on the mend. Still the idea of being able to keep track of all my family members, furry or not, is so appealing. Imagine having an elderly parent you need you need to care for or kids old enough to stay home, for maybe a little while, but too young for your parent's heart.
Digital Life gives you the freedom to leave the house, knowing you can lock the doors you may have forgotten about or even turn off the curling iron you are wracking your brain whether you unplugged...all with the flick of your finger.
It even can detect leaks in your laundry room and records video that can be sent to your phone anytime there is movement. The house we visited in Seattle? The owner was able to detect and view footage of a pesky bumble bee that liked his front porch. That same owner was able to on a business trip states away, take a call from a repairman, watch for the repairman at the door, unlock the doors to let him in, fire up the cams and zoom on the repairman as he did the repair, watch the repairman leave, and lock up and reset the alarm...ALL FROM HIS PHONE!!
Speaking of repairs, I was soo excited to hear that AT&T has offered one of my readers $25 Home depot Gift card to make repairs of their own.
Just tell me in comments what function of Digital Life is most appealing to your family!! You all know mine...it's this guy below:
Yes, AT&T Digital Life helps you hear what your pets say once you have left the house. Ha! Check out their interactive experience, make videos with your pups, and see how Digital Life helps home owners protect the things they love.
Disclosure: Despite some delicious noshing from Lark in Seattle and pretty bitching swag bag, I was not compensated for this post. As always, regardless of compensation, all my review are honest and entirely my own opinion.