CES 2014: D-Link adds Wi-Fi baby monitoring camera

At CES 2014, enterprise IT vendor D-Link announced D-Link Wi-Fi baby monitoring camera (DCS-825L).

D-Link Wi-Fi Baby Camera weighs 6.4 ounces and stands mere 4.2 inch tall.

The company said D-Link Wi-Fi Baby Camera provides at-home and remote monitoring using a smartphone or tablet device and the new free mydlinkBaby Mobile app and service.


With a Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connection, the Wi-Fi Baby Camera features HD video, motion and sound detection, temperature sensing, instant push alerts, night-vision technology, integrated lullabies, and video recording.

Daniel Kelley, vice president of marketing, D-Link Systems, said: “With our mydlinkBaby Mobile app and advanced features like two-way audio and motion and sound detection, parents can enjoy the peace of mind of feeling more connected whether they are in the next room or away from home.”

Parents can keep a close watch on babies from anywhere with a Wi-Fi, 3G or 4G connection and share the camera feed with grandparents and babysitters.

In addition, the Wi-Fi Baby Camera can be used even when there is no available Internet connection – connect a mobile device to the Wi-Fi Baby Camera’s wireless network for instant local monitoring.

The Baby Mobile App also enables parents and grandparents to take snapshots and videos straight from a mobile device to create keepsakes of moments they didn’t see in person.

Designed for parents keeping an eye on what matters most, the Wi-Fi Baby Camera offers 720p HD resolution and automatic Night Vision with infrared LEDs to see what’s going on both day and night.

The camera also features motion, sound and temperature sensing technology that can trigger instant push alerts to notify parents if something is amiss and a microSD card for auto-recording to ensure no details or special moments are overlooked.

The D-Link Wi-Fi Baby Camera will be available in January for $179.99 in the United States.

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