updated 09:43 pm EDT, Sun June 22, 2014
D-Link announces Connected Home product expansion, app
D-Link has announced that it is now shipping a new Wi-Fi Motion Sensor, as well as a cross-platform Home app. The Wi-Fi Motion Sensor (DCH-S150) is the company's latest addition to its line of Connected Home products, and alerts users of activity at home with a push or text notification as soon as it detects motion. Able to pair with D-Link's Wi-Fi Smart Plugs, devices can be turned on and off in response to motion. The DCH-S150 is compact, and requires no additional hub or device to function.
The Mydlink Home app features navigation tools for controlling Connect Home products. The Wi-Fi Motion Sensor is priced at $40, and is available through various retailers. The free Mydlink Home app will be available for download on the App Store and on Google Play.
Epson expands projector line with three new offerings
Epson has announced the expansion of its corporate and large venue projection line, with the introduction of the BrightLink Pro-Series, PowerLite Pro Z-Series, and the PowerLite 1900-Series. The BrightLink Pro 1430Wi and 1420Wi require no computer or software to function, and can create a digital whiteboard space on an flat surface.
The PowerLite Pro Z-Series is comprised of nine new models, delivering up to 11,000 lumens of color brightness and 11,000 lumens of white brightness, and are available in a variety of resolutions. The PowerLite 1900-Series is intended for large spaces such as lecture halls, and features a wide range of connectivity options and up to WUXGA resolution. The latest projectors are yet to be made available.