D-Link Adds New HD Wi-Fi Cameras to its Ecosystem at CES 2018

D-Link expanded its line of successful smart home monitoring solutions with new affordable HD Wi-Fi Cameras. Designed for a number of home monitoring needs, the HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8010LH), Full HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8300LH), and the Full HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8535LH) offer advanced features, including recording options as well as third party integration capabilities with Amazon Alexa, the Google Assistant, and IFTTT.

These HD Wi-Fi Cameras are updates to the current D-Link camera lineup and will provide consumers with affordable and feature-packed home monitoring options. With features like cloud recording options and third-party compatibility, these cameras will be great for those looking to add to their current connected home, as well as those who are just starting out.

The HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8010LH) is coming in Q2 of 2018 at $59.99. The Full HD Wi-Fi Camera (DCS-8300LH) is coming in Q2 of 2018 at $89.99. The Full HD Pan & Tilt Wi-Fi Camera is coming in Q2 of 2018 at $119.99.

To create a more user-friendly connected home experience, D-Link has created a new mydlink app which allows users to setup and manage their cameras all in the palm of their hand. D-Link users can watch the live view of their cameras from anywhere and receive triggered alerts when sound or motion is detected.

For comprehensive surveillance, the new mydlink app will continue to support free local recording via a microSD card as well as the option to use cloud recording – with various subscription options.

Mydlink cloud recording will be available starting in Q1 of 2018 and will offer free and paid subscriptions with pricing details to come, closer to availability.

Visit D-Link at CES 2018 at Venetian, Titian booth # 2302.