July 23, 2008 by Rachel Cericola
As far as we know, you don’t live in Fort Knox. That doesn’t mean you can’t have the same protection.
D-Link’s DCS-6110 may not be suitable for your gold bar collection, but it should catch meddling kids and other intruders in any mischievous acts.
Designed for indoor use, this IP-based camera supports simultaneous dual streaming of MPEG-4 and MJPEG. It also has 802.3af PoE (power over Ethernet) support and the built-in Samba client for NAS, which means no PC is needed.
Users can also view a live video feed from any web-enabled cell phone with the 3GPP player installed. Also, the dome aspects make it as discreet as the “eye in the sky” at your favorite casino—and how often do you notice that? The construction also helps to protect it against tampering.
The D-Link DCS-6110 is available now through D-Link’s network of retail outlets, value-added resellers, solution providers and distributors, or at the company’s online store, for $699.
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