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Plustek Announces X840P and X880P NVRs Are Now Shipping

Standalone NVRs Designed for Megapixel Cameras That Deliver True HD Video Surveillance Will Be Demonstrated at ISC-West 2014

LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwired) -- 03/31/14 -- [ISC West, BOOTH # 1044] - Plustek Technology Inc. (www.plusteksecurity.com), a leading manufacturer of embedded surveillance management devices, today announced at the ISC West Show at the Sands Convention Center that its two new high-definition Network Video Recorders (NVRs), X840P and X880P, are now available.

"These high quality IP surveillance recorders can ensure the safety and security of stores, gas stations, or any small business," said Karen Ku, CEO of PlustekSecurity. "They are unique in the marketplace because they enable businesses to easily install a HD video surveillance without costly IT and technical knowledge."

With high image quality and ability for remote access, Plustek's new X840P and X880P are designed to work with multiple high megapixel cameras, providing efficient live-view and HD video recording. Users are able to manage these cameras directly from the NVR without accessing them individually.

Plustek's new EasyLink application is designed to make remote access a lot easier and more efficient by eliminating the need for DDNS and problematic network configuration. Each X840P and X880P NVR has its unique ID, which enables EasyLink to be found. The NVR ID and EasyLink application are downloaded from the USB port and users simply launch it, which instantly connects to the NVR for live-view browsing and accesses recorded video. The EasyLink component also has been embedded in Plustek's mobile app, such as TouchViewer for Android and iTouchViewer for iOS.

Key Features:

  • H.264, MJPEG, MPEG-4
  • Resolution at 1920x1080, 1280x1024, 1280x720
  • Dual stream for efficient browsing and high definition recording
  • Up to 10 seconds pre-alarm and 99 seconds post-alarm video buffer
  • EasyLink application for direct connection without DDNS
  • One button installation for hard drive and cameras
  • Android and iOS mobile apps

Plustek will demonstrate the X880P at ISC-West 2014, April 2-4, in booth 1044, along with its ruggedized Slim series and the new Mobile DVR, VX-C580/C540 -- the all-in-one recording solution for mobile and vehicle surveillance.

All PlustekSecurity products can be purchased from authorized resellers including CDW, DMRs, VARs, and Ingram Micro. Additional product information and photos can be found by visiting, http://plusteksecurity.com/products/nvr/. Members of the press interested in a briefing at the Plustek [Booth #1044] should contact Shermineh Rohanizadeh at [email protected].

About PlustekSecurity:

Plustek Technology Inc.'s PlustekSecurity manufactures and delivers high-quality security surveillance products. In business since 1986, Plustek began as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for many large companies, creating an innovative array of products including: scanners, IP cameras, servers and imaging-related devices. Through a combination of design innovation and strict attention to usability and manufacturing quality, Plustek has grown to become one of the largest image solution providers in the world. Plustek is the proud member of ONVIF, also member of ESA (Electronic Security Association) and SIA (Security Industry Association). For more information, please visit www.plusteksecurity.com and www.plustek.com/usa.

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