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Samsung targets technophobes with ‘simple’ Wi-Fi surveillance camera and baby monitor


The Samsung WiFi IP SmartCam will be available in March for $149.99 (click to enlarge).

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Samsung Techwin America)

LAS VEGAS–Along with introducing its InTouch Skype HD videophone for TVs, Samsung Techwin America today rolled out two new consumer video-monitoring cameras, the WiFi IP SmartCam and WiFi Video Baby Monitor.

Both cameras are designed to be very simple to set up and both will hit the market in March for $149.99.

Samsung claims the set-up is basically a no-brainer, requiring a single button push (or really two).

“Users simply locate the WPS [WiFi Protected Setup] button on the device and their home router,” the company says, “and with a click of each, the two will automatically sync and the camera will be added to the network in less than 30 seconds.”


The Samsung WiFi Video Baby Monitor will also ship in March and cost $149.99 (click to enlarge).

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