New D-Link NVR Hits The Shelves

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Tim Higgins

D-Link logoD-Link is now shipping a previously-announced network video recorder.

D-Link today announced it is shipping the DNR-312L mydlink Network Video Recorder with HDMI Output. The product was announced at January’s Consumer Electronics Show.

The NVR supports simultaneous viewing of up to nine HD cameras to an HD display connected to its HDMI port.

It also supports one 3.5" internal SATA drive (up to 6 TB) for higher storage capacity and better performance. Scheduled back-ups of recordings can be made to an attached USB drive, network storage or an FTP server.

Two USB 2.0 ports allow connection of USB keyboard / mouse, UPS or external storage and a single Gigabit Ethernet port provides LAN connection. Analog audio in / out ports are also provided.

D-Link DNR-312L mydlink Network Video Recorder with HDMI

D-Link DNR-312L mydlink Network Video Recorder with HDMI

As a mydlink device, content stored on the DNR-312L can also be accessed via the mydlink web portal or mydlink View-NVR apps with no monthly fees. The DNR-312L is shipping now for $349.99 MSRP. You can also get one for free until the end of this year if you purchase three D-Link cameras and an 8 port switch.

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