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D-Link launches new HD WiFi camera

02 Jun 15

Network solutions company D-Link has launched its DCS-935L HD WiFi camera, the company's first consumer camera with the latest generation 802.11AC wireless technology. 

The DCS-935L Wi-Fi Camera offers home and small business monitoring features including sound detection, motion detection, triggered alerts, and day/night viewing for what the company says is a ‘robust and affordable’ surveillance solution. 

With 802.11AC Wi-Fi connectivity, users are able to connect the DCS-935L to the 5GHz wireless band providing a clearer channel for better bandwidth and video streaming, in addition to the standard 2.4GHz band, D-Link explains. 

Graeme Reardon, D-Link ANZ managing director, says, "For home owners and renters looking for a DIY home security solution, our HD Wi-Fi cameras are a great fit and allow users to avoid the additional cost of installations, contracts or subscriptions. 

“Our newest HD Wi-Fi camera delivers faster 11AC Wi-Fi connectivity so users can place them further from the router with a faster connection, making it more flexible for placing cameras where surveillance is needed," he says.

More about the DCS-935L HD Wi-Fi camera
The newest addition to the D-Link Wi-Fi Camera family comes with 802.11AC wireless support providing faster speeds and extended range for more placement options. The DCS-935L also features an expanded viewing area with a 78-degree horizontal field of view along with crisp HD 720p video quality for clear and detailed security footage. Sound and motion detection capabilities allow for push alerts to notify homeowners what's happening even when they're away.

•    Setup via the mydlink Home mobile app with D-Link Direct Connect wireless setup
•    Night vision up to 5 metres
•    microUSB power input for flexible power options
•    Push alerts on motion and sound detection
•    Supports mydlink Home app for remote viewing

Availability and Pricing  
The DCS-935L HD Wi-Fi Camera is available in June 2015 at an RRP of  $149.95 at dlink.com.au and throughout D-Link's network of retailers, resellers, channel partners, distributors and online retailers. 

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