D-Link Introduces Network Cameras With Night Viewing Capability, Increased Video Quality and Free Apps
Remote viewing of your home security camera on your phone just got easier. Thanks to D-Link, there is a new night-vision camera that unlike a traditional USB-connected webcam, my-dlink enabled cameras are complete monitoring systems with built-in CPUs and web servers that transmit high quality video images for security and surveillance directly to the network without the need for a PC. Simple installation and an intuitive web-based interface offer easy integration to an existing home network.
All the new D-Link cameras work with Android. Good-bye NannyCam, and Hello D-Link!
Of the new cameras being introduced at CES this week, the Day/Night Wireless N Camera (DCS-932L) delivers all of the features of the DCS-930L, including 802.11n Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), Motion JPEG and 20fps streaming, but adds powerful infrared (IR) illumination for night vision up to 5 meters (16.4 feet).
Marketshare has given us some pricing info:
Price and Availability
The DCS-930L is currently available throughout D-Link’s vast network of retail and etail outlets in North America, and at the company’s online store, http://www.dlinkshop.com with a street price of under $100. The DCS-932L will be available in early Q2/2011 with a street price of under $150. Both mydlink iPhone and Android apps are available now. mydlink iPad and Boxee Box apps will be available in Q1/2011.
Looking pretty amazing. I wouldn’t mind getting my hands on one; who’s heading to pick one up?
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