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D-Link Expands Its Networking Device Line

LAS VEGAS – D-Link will add several networkenabled devices this week at the 2014 International CES to its home-networking portfolio — the Network Video Recorder and a portable router and charger.

The Mydlink Network Video Recorder DNR-312L is an external single-bay hard-drive enclosure that can hold up to a 4TB HDD. The HDD is not included. The recorder can be connected to up to nine remote cameras, and it allows the video to be accessed remotely via the free Mydlink app.

It is shipping in April at $299.

The Wi-Fi AC750 portable charger and router is targeted at the business traveler who needs to create a local Wi-Fi hotspot while on the road. This can be done either wirelessly or through an Ethernet connection. It will ship this month at $99.

Other introductions include the Wi-Fi Baby Cam, shipping this month for $179. The Baby Cam offers HD resolution, and wireless alerts when motion or audio is detected; it also includes a temperature gauge and can play lullabies when prompted by the parent, said Dan Kelly, D-Link’s marketing VP.

The company will also have two range extenders on display. The Wi-Fi AC1200 dual-band Gigabit DAP-1650 and the Wi-Fi AC750 DAP-1520. These will both ship in February with respective suggested retails of $89 and $59.