D-Link has announced their new mydlink+ app for the Apple iPad and Android tablet devices that allows users to monitor up to four network cameras in your home or office. On top of that, the company also introduced their latest DIR-505 mobile companion router that claims to offer instant Wi-Fi access, convenient file sync, USB sharing, and device charging wherever you go.
D-Link has announced their premium app, mydlink+ that is designed for iPad and Android tablets. The app allows users to view high quality footage as long as they have Wi-Fi or 3G access. You can save the snapshots to the tablet, switch between different cameras with the built-in monitoring dashboard, and see four feeds on the same screen (1 live view, 3 snapshots). The app is available to download from iTunes and Android Market.
D-Link All-in-One Mobile Companion (DIR-505)
For the busy mobile road warriors, the D-Link All-in-One Mobile Companion (DIR-505) is all they need to get wireless access, wherever an existing network is available. The portable device also offers USB sharing features for users to share videos, music and photos from an external hard drive or thumb drive to the iPad, iPhone or Android devices.
The DIR-505 is smaller than a standard mouse, with easy one-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) that provides quick setup. With the free SharePort Cloud app for both Android and iOS devices, you can access videos, music and photos from anywhere. The All-in-One Mobile Companion also comes with a USB port for sharing content from a USB storage device (or charging smartphones), as well as an Ethernet Port that enables users to easily connect to an existing network in a conference room or hotel room.
The D-Link All-in-One Mobile Companion DIR-505 will be available in Q3 2012. Pricing details to be announced closer to retail date.