TP-Link expands product offering to battery-powered home surveillance cameras – Computers

After following the strong growth of TP-Link in the Portuguese marketAndré Lopes, head of retail in Portugal, presented the new features of the TAPO video surveillance range.

The goal is to make the home ecosystem smarter, with just a touch of the screen. The energy saving of the products is one of the objectives of the novelties, but without altering the performance of the equipment. The company has also strengthened the security of its products to prevent cyberattacks. There is also an offer of subscription services for the most demanding customers, which offer, for example, the possibility of recording video up to 30 minutes.

In this sense, the the new TAPO C420 offers high-quality video capture, day or night. This is a camera with an intelligent system, supported by Alexa and Google Assistant. It has IP65 protection against dust and water, promising to continue operating flawlessly even in extreme weather conditions. Uses a low-power Wi-Fi protocol to guarantee battery life. It has color night vision, as well as sound and image detection. André Lopes says his AI distinguishes between people, animals and cars. The camera hits the market in July.

Other surveillance camera in the catalog is the TAPO C220, considered a premium product, with a 2K image and the ability to rotate 360 ​​degrees for total control of the area. It has night vision and motion detection.

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Me and TAPO D230 Smart Video Doorbell it is also battery powered. It has a 5 MP camera, 2K resolution and color night vision, even in low light conditions. It has IP64 protection, a rechargeable battery and also uses Wi-Fi with minimal consumption. Can be configured with 19 personalized ringtones and offers two-way audio, supporting Alexa and Google Assistant. With just a tap, you can receive push notifications, record videos and share them with your family. This smart doorbell hits the market in December.

In the field of home automation, the TAPO H100 is a state-of-the-art smart IoT hub, with an alarm system, providing users with more rest, whether you are at home or on vacation. The brand has been striving for an elegant design, so that it is no different from the interior decoration. This guarantees the connection of the rest of the equipment of the TAPO family, using a low consumption wireless protocol. It can connect to 64 smart devices, including sensors scattered around the house. It hits the market in July.

O The TAPO T100 motion sensor adds security to the brand’s ecosystem, for those who need to protect their home. It has the ability to detect movements up to 7 meters and a vision capacity at an angle of 120º. It can also be configured to turn on lights by motion, and the energy-saving feature automatically turns on smart devices as you enter and leave the house. It has instant in-app alerts and notifications. Your battery is expected to last over a year without power.

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Be placed on doors, closets or windows, the TAPO T110 is a smart sensor that monitors the entrances and exits of the house, if the humans of the family as pets. The sensor can be used for safety issues, but also for energy saving. Even the mailbox can be monitored in real time. It hits the market in July.

In the field of routers, TP-Link introduced the DECO X80-5G, which allows to increase the download speed up to 5 Gbps and a latency of 1 ms. Features dual-band Wi-Fi 6 speed for speeds of 4804 Mbps at 5 GHz and 1148 Mbps at 2.4 GHz. It has a 2.5 Gbps port and a Gigabit port, in case you need to connect equipment by wire. It also supports SIM card and VoLTE/VoIP. It hits the market in July for 799 euros.

O Archer AXE75 promises to meet the needs of the whole home and family, whether it’s gaming, streaming movies or fast internet browsing. It uses Beamforming+, OneMesh and NitroQAM (1024 QAM) technologies. The home networking system features a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor and supports speeds of up to 5400 Mbps. It has a USB 3.0 port, 6 GHz band and EasyMesh certification to keep your gear connected flawlessly. It hits the market in June.

In the business market, TP-Link has also introduced new solutions. The manager of this sector of activity, Carlos Estevão, points out that his network systems have been recognized by Gartner’s Magic Quadrant, which analyzes wired and wireless networks, over the past three years. Focused on SMEs, it seeks to offer scalable and controlled network solutions from a single interface. Its customers can be found, for example, in the hotel, tourism, education and retail sectors. And it has a 100% centralized cloud management system. Its solutions allow management to be placed on the client, locally or in the cloud.

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TP-Link highlights the OMADA EAP690E Access Point for Wi-fi 6E, using Quad-Band AX11000 system which can manage up to 2000 clients simultaneously and with centralized network control management from anywhere. It has a 10G cable connection, to try to guarantee bandwidth to all connected equipment.

O OMADA ER8411 router is another network solution for medium and large businesses. It offers multiple ports in different protocols and is powered by a 2.2 GHz quad-core processor and 10 Gbps ports for faster data transfer. It also supports an LTE system as a backup to increase network redundancy. It hits the market in the second half.

The company has a new brand, a solution called Aginet to respond to a solution from ISPs, 5G technologies, EasyMesh, Wi-fi6/6E and others. The Aginet Unified Cloud (TAUC) solution aims to simplify operations and reduce costs across the lifecycle of ISP services, especially for managed Wi-Fi service. It offers cloud servers and promises to solve problems centrally, without the need for a technician to travel to the site. The Aginet brand also includes Wi-fi routers, Mesh Wi-fi systems, VDSL, xPON, xDSL and 5G.

Tp-Link also started talking about products that support the future Wi-Fi 7 standard and develop technology for the next generation of wireless networks. It will soon be ready to launch products on the market. This new standard allows simultaneous 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 6 GHz channels.

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