Also coming is a baby extender that is a mini version of the
Companies popular bright red spider looking router.
But that isn't the only news coming from D-Link. The router
and smart home accessories company is also rolling out its own IFTTT channel by
the end of March.
Standing for "If This, Then That," IFTTT allows
for advanced rules between brands, such as, "If my Logitech camera detects
motion, then flash my Philips Hue LEDs."
D-Link's channel should link a variety of smart home
products from the "mydlink" line-up, including the mydlink Wi-Fi
Smart Plug, Wi-Fi Water Sensor, Wi-Fi Siren, Wi-Fi Motion Sensor, as well as
the all-new Smart Alarm Detector.
D-Link's AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router is also back at this
year's show, and it's brought its spider children along.
Picture it: an enormous queen spider station in the corner
of your apartment that communicates wirelessly with its smaller and less
powerful offspring. Every inch of your home is now blanketed with a pristine
The spider children have names. The larger DIR-A91 router
pairs with the smaller DAP-1655 Wi-Fi booster for a robust networking setup.
When they go on sale in the second quarter of 2016. D-Link plans on selling the
Wi-Fi extender as a stand-alone unit, so you can fill your home with up to
eight red robo-spiders that will make any redback spider think twice about
entering your house.
Also coming is new 180 degree cameras including a drive that
stores video from up to nine D Link cameras in one easy to access location. It
also eliminates having to pay for cloud based storage.