TRENDnet Launches the First-To-Market 7" Wireless Internet Camera Monitor Kit
TORRANCE, Calif. -January 8, 2008-TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the launch of the first-to-market 7" Wireless Internet Camera Monitor Kit, model TV-M7110WK. This comprehensive video security surveillance starter kit includes one 7" Wireless Internet Camera and Photo Monitor, model TV-M7, which displays streaming IP Camera video in real time, and one Wireless Internet Camera Server, model TV-IP110W.
The Wireless Internet Camera Server, model TV-IP110W, provides real-time high quality wireless video security surveillance. This stylish and compact Internet camera provides crystal clear MJPEG video streams. Intuitive software features motion detection recording, email alerts, and scheduled recordings. Mount the wireless camera on most surfaces with an included mounting kit. The camera´s brilliant image quality, intuitive setup and complimentary software make it ideal for home or office use.
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