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The versatile Hikvision WiFi NVR provides the most convenient way yet to set up a network video surveillance system
The versatile Hikvision WiFi NVR allows automatic IP camera connection and video recording without any interference

Hikvision, the global leader of innovative video surveillance products and solutions, reveals the new generation DS-7108NI-E1/V/W WiFi Router NVR, in an expansion of the company’s highly trusted Easy IP line-up. The versatile WiFi NVR, which will be included in Hikvision’s display at its INTERSEC booth, provides the most convenient way yet to set up a network video surveillance system. It allows automatic IP camera connection and video recording without any interference, making this stylish product a perfect solution for SMB applications. With the straightforward WiFi NVR set-up steps, anyone can easily equip their home or office with the WiFi NVR.

Wireless router

The DS-7108NI-E/V/W boasts a built-in WiFi router supports 802.11 b/g/n and has a built-in dual WiFi antenna. Connect to the NVR WiFi router’s strong wireless internet hotspot from anywhere in the home or office with your stationary and mobile devices. Save on cost with an NVR and router rolled into one.

Silent fan

The WiFi router NVR is equipped with a silent fan that automatically adjusts its speed as necessary for heat dissipation, making it an un-intrusive addition to a productive work environment. This is particularly suitable for home application.

Internal hard drive

The new WiFi Router NVR provides the added convenience of containing an internal hard drive, which circumvents the need to install one manually. Users can choose between capacities of 1T, 500G, or opt for none.

The product supports up to 6 megapixel resolution recording, and up to 1920x1080P resolution for HDMI output. Additionally, it supports up to 8-ch real-time live video viewing and playback at 1080P.

A WiFi surveillance solution you can bank on

As a part of Hikvision’s Easy IP Solution, the WiFi Router NVR brings Easy Connection and Easy Viewing when coupled with Hikvision Easy IP WiFi cameras and video management software. By scanning the QR code on the back of the camera and NVR through the free Hikvision EZVIZ app, these devices can be added to the EZVIZ platform. After being added to the platform, users can view live video and playback, as well as manage video information over the internet anytime and anywhere.

The DS-7108NI-E1/V/W WiFi Router NVR will be on display at the upcoming INTERSEC Expo in Dubai, January 18-20. For more information about this product, please visit the Hikvision booth at SA-C11.

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