D-Link BabyCam wins iF Design Award

1st February 2014 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

New Delhi, India, February 01, 2014: D-Link won iF design awards for the DCS-825L Wi-Fi Baby Camera. D-Link BabyCam was selected for this great honor from among more than 3,200 entries.

Anoop Jarial, VP – Product Marketing, D-Link (India) said, “We are delighted to receive the prestigious iF design award this year. It’s a great achievement as D-Link is being recognized as a leader in design as well as features and functionality. Our Wi-Fi Baby Camera looks great, does more, and is easier to use thanks to our Cloud platform, which is unique in the networking industry”

The DCS-825L Wi-Fi Baby Camera turns a smartphone or tablet into a versatile, easy to use baby monitor that can be viewed over the home Wi-Fi network or remotely over the Internet. The distinctive round shape has visual appeal and the switchable blue and pink accent rings. The DCS-825L can be powered from a USB battery pack so it can be placed anywhere. Built in night vision means parents can check on their baby without turning on sleep-disturbing lights. The DCS-825L also features motion, sound, and temperature sensors, as well as push alerts, automatic snapshots, and recording. It can even play gentle lullabies to help ease a baby to sleep.


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