Released October, 2009
The Pros:Setup is very easy, even the optional features are easy enough for new users. Motion-tracking is accurate, captures people passing by very well. Doesn't need a wire run to it from the computer.
The Cons:Hard not to notice, really sticks out and isn't subtle at all.
The Linksys WVC80N is an entry-level wireless network camera from Linksys, released in late 2009. This camera has been designed to send live video and audio to locally networked computers or through the internet.
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This allows users to view video through a web browser or on a compatible smartphone. The camera can also be used for security purposes, with its built-in automated motion detection with email alerts. Users can also set up password protected viewing areas. Integrated wireless-N technology allows the device to connect to any WiFi connection, eliminating the need for additional cables. As for technical details, the WVC80N supports 640 x 480 resolution video encoded in ASF or AVI format. Both automatic and manual brightness adjustment is supported. The Linksys WVC80N is guaranteed under warranty for 1 year.
- Automated motion detection
- Email alerts
- Password protected viewing access
- Wireless 802.11b/g/n compatible
- 640 x 680 pixel resolution
- 1 x internal antenna
- Auto/manual brightness adjustment
- Record file format: ASF, AVI
- CD software included
- 1 year limited warranty
User Reviews (2)
setup is very easy, even the optional features are easy enough for new users
motion-tracking is accurate, captures people passing by very well
doesn't need a wire run to it from the computer
small footprint can be set up anywhere
auto brightness adjustment is dependable, ensures everything is captured properly
compatible with a wide variety of devices
hard not to notice, really sticks out and isn't subtle at all
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