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Thread: Portal, smart display, Facebook, Inc., Menlo Park, California, USA

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    Published on Nov 26, 2018

    Today we will compare the $300 Portal+ with the $150 Portal and see which is the better buy.

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    Move and talk freely with Smart Camera: With Smart Camera, you don’t have to worry about being out of frame. Whether you’re moving around the kitchen, prepping dinner or chasing the kids through the living room, Smart Camera adjusts to follow the action. And as more people enter a room, Smart Camera automatically widens to keep everyone in view, so you don’t miss a moment
    Private by design: Facebook doesn't listen to, view or keep the contents of your Portal video calls. Calls on Portal are encrypted, so conversations stay between you and those you're calling. You can also completely disable the camera and microphone with a single tap, or block the camera lens with the camera cover provided.
    Connect with friends, even if they don't have Portal: Easily call friends and family on Messenger — calls can be made seamlessly to and from smartphones and tablets. And you can bring up to six other people into a group call.
    Alexa built-in: Portal has Alexa built-in, so you can ask a question, set a timer, add items to your shopping list, control your smart home or more. Just ask.
    Experience more together: With Portal, story time will never be the same. With music, animation and augmented reality effects, Portal lets you become some of your children’s favorite characters as you read along to well-loved stories. And if friends or family also have Portal, you can listen to your favorite music together as if you were in the same room, without delays or feedback.
    Stay close with Superframe: When you’re not in a call, Portal can display your Facebook photos and videos. You can also see when your closest contacts are available to connect, and get birthday reminders.
    Active Facebook account required for product use.

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    Article "Facebook unveils Portal TV and new Portal smart displays amid privacy concerns"
    The new lineup includes a 10-inch model, a smaller 8-inch version and a device that turns your TV into a smart display.

    by Queenie Wong
    September 18, 2019

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    Hands on with Facebook’s Portal TV

    Published on Sep 18, 2019

    We try out Facebook’s new video chat TV set-top box and smaller smart screens.

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    Article "Facebook Portal 2.0 gets features to compete with Hub Max, Echo Show"
    Facebook has a new 10-inch Portal display. I tested it, but I borrowed someone else's account to do it.

    by Megan Wollerton
    October 15, 2019

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    Article "No one should buy the Facebook Portal TV"
    In over six years of testing tech, this is a first for me.

    by Megan Wollerton
    November 5, 2019

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    Facebook Portal+ unboxing | The gadget show

    Nov 11, 2019

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