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D-Link DNS-320 and DNS-325 Dual-bay NASesTRENDnet has announced a pair of entry-level wireless network cameras, with 802.11n radios.

The TV-IP110WN SecurView Wireless N Internet Camera replaces the TV-IP110W, substituting a 2.4 GHz 802.11n radio for the 802.11g radio in its predecessor.

Features otherwise remain the same, which include 10/100 Ethernet port, 3x digital zoon, Wi-Fi Protected Setup support and MJPEG video up to 640 x 480 px @ 30 fps.

Similarly, the TV-IP121WN SecurView Wireless N Day/Night Internet Camera replaces the TV-IP121W with a new 2.4 GHz 802.11n radio. It has the same feature set as the TV-IP110WN, but with an added IR LED ring for night recording up to 5 m and one-way audio support.

Both cameras come with software to manage up to 32 TRENDnet cameras with motion detection recording, email alerts, scheduled recording sessions, MJPEG image compression, and digital zoom. A wall/ceiling mounting kit is included with both cameras.

The TV-IP110WN and TV-IP121WN will both be available shortly at MSRPs of $190 and $210, respectively. Both carry a three year limited warranty.

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