NewsD-Link unveils its first wire-free camera kit for ultra-easy

D-Link unveils its first wire-free camera kit for ultra-easy


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D-Link has unveiled its first 100% wire-free camera kit, the mydlink Pro Wire-Free Camera Kit (DCS-2802KT-EU) (£441.99), this offers customers a flexible full home surveillance experience, without the inconvenience of needing to drill holes for cables or place cameras near a power source. Powered by high capacity lithium batteries which allow months of operation without the need to recharge, the cameras can be placed virtually anywhere one might need them.

The cameras feature 1080p Full HD video and built-in night vision, making them ideal for 24/7 surveillance both indoors and out.

Consisting of two wire-free cameras and a hub, the compact camera kit is designed to be discreet and easy to setup without compromising on functionality. The hub supports four cameras, so customers can expand the coverage of their surveillance system as needed.

“At D-Link we believe technology should be intuitive, uncomplicated and unobtrusive. People who want to ensure the safety of their property and loved ones shouldn’t have to concern themselves with extra home DIY projects, compromises around where they can place the cameras, or an unattractive tangle of wires ruining their home décor,” said Kevin Wen, President of D-Link Europe.

“These cameras feature all the functionality customers expect from an advanced home security system, but with greater flexibility than ever before,” continued Wen.

With the free mydlink app, owners can monitor and protect their homes from their mobile device, and receive automatic notifications of unusual activity on their property. The cameras’ moving object detection together with a PIR motion sensor greatly reduces the chance of false alarms, so when you are notified via the app you know something’s actually moving, rather than being disturbed by falling rain or passing clouds.  

Purchase of the camera includes 12 months’ Premium Cloud Recording plan (43.99GBP), which stores unlimited motion triggered videos for up to 14 days. Alternatively, the cameras support local recording to an on-board SD card slot or to private and secure cloud storage. Captured video can be played back directly from the cloud or downloaded, and the two-way audio feature enables people to both listen and talk through the camera through their mobile device.  

Full compatibility with Alexa and Google Assistant enables owners of these cameras and compatible connected streaming devices such as Google Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV Stick, to use voice commands to access live feeds to monitor their homes.


Key benefits include:

·       100% wire-free – for true flexibility cameras can be placed indoors or outdoors without the need to drill holes through walls or install close to a power source

·       Extended battery life – ultra low standby power consumption provides months of operation between charges

·       Cloud recording included – includes 12 months Premium Cloud Recording plan (worth €49.99), which stores unlimited motion triggered videos for up to 14 days

·       Expandable – The hub supports up to four wire-free cameras, so you can add additional cameras when needed

·       High quality camera – high-quality 1080p Full HD resolution provide a clear picture of your home or business

·       Night vision – integrated night vision allows you to see up to 7.5 metres even in complete darkness

·       Optional local storage – integrated microSD card slot and USB port allow you to store videos  locally

·       Advanced motion detection – smart moving object detection together with PIR motion sensor to greatly reduce false alarms

·       Smart home compatible – works with mydlink Smart Home devices, Amazon Alexa, the Google Assistant and IFTTT

·       Twoway audio – allows customers to listen to sounds near each camera and talk through each camera via their mobile device

Chris Hare
Chris Hare
A True Tech Geek at Heart, I Started my life of being a Tech Geek at the age of 5 with the BBC Micro. Went on through most of Nintendo stuff and now a Xbox and PlayStation fan. I also leaked the information about the leaked Hotmail passwords story from October 2009 that went World Wide. I Started writing tech articles at the beginning of 2011, most of my articles are about Android phones and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and other gaming news. When Chris has free time its with the family.

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