In the past few years, the home security market has boomed as the products have gotten quite better and the ease of install made much simple. D-Link now entered with their latest and coolest products set to shake the things up further.
Perhaps you are not familiar with D-Link but it’s not inexperienced with that market as their camera technology has been excellent for some time thanks to its ceiling mounted surveillance cameras, 180-degree field of view indoor cameras and a whole range more.
However, the trend in mass retail is for all to walk in, get a product and expect to walk home for easy setup.
Power cables and even Internet connections are a big barrier to ease, so the new Omna Wire-Free from D-Link is perfectly hitting the market, alongside Arlo, the market leader, and Uniden, Swann, and others.
The Omna Wire-Free Surveillance Camera kit is equipped with a base station which connects to your home network and will cost approx. $799.95. That is a mid-way between Arlo Pro 2 two camera pack and Arlo Ultra two pack – so that the price is spot on for competitiveness.
According to Graeme Reardon (D-Link’s Aussie Managing Director),
“Our new Omna Wire-Free Surveillance Kit gives users complete flexibility to keep an eye on the things that matter most, both inside or outside of your home, no matter the weather. There are no wires to run, and with high-power, rechargeable batteries powering each weather and dust-resistant camera, you’ll never have to worry about running ugly network cabling throughout your home or be restricted to installing cameras close to a power outlet again. It also sports advanced features including Full HD 1080p video capture, combined with options to record footage to a locally connected microSD Card or USB Hard Drive, or to the mydlink™ cloud recording service, as well as crisp and clear two-way audio”.
“In short Omna Wire-Free provides homes or businesses an easy choice to step up to the next level of smart surveillance solutions.”
Amazon Alexa Support and Google Assistant both are built in so that you can see your cameras on a smart screen and they are easier to be installed.
There are a USB Hard Drive and MicroSD support on a base station to record as well as cloud options on a subscription basis.