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D-Link ANZ expands mydlink ecosystem with new mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug
Posted on 19-Aug-2019 20:14 | Filed under: News

D-Link ANZ expands mydlink ecosystem with new mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug

D-Link ANZ has added a clever new smart plug to their mydlink smart home line-up. The DSP-W118 mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug not only enables users to control any attached electrical appliance in the home, but can also accept schedules that turn your TV off when you’re asleep, power on your coffee maker before you wake up, or automatically turn on your living room lamp while you’re on holiday. You simply use D-Link’s mydlink app that works with iPhone, iPad and Android devices to manage your appliances via the new smart plug from your mobile device while on the go.


Key features of the DSP-W118 Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug


  • Works with your existing Wi-Fi, so no hub required. 
  • Slim design does not obstruct other AC outlets 
  • Works with the Google Assistant, Alexa, and IFTTT 
  • Works with the mydlink app and other mydlink ecosystem products
  • Over-the-air firmware upgrades 
  • Outlet on/off, schedule and timer controls

D-Link ANZ MD Graeme Reardon said, “The mydlink app can control all our smart home products in the mydlink ecosystem and the new mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug is an integrated part of making that ecosystem operate in a smart and seamless fashion. Put simply, the new smart plug combined with the mydlink app makes it easier for people to enable their smart home by adding clever automation and additional security."


The DSP-W118 mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug is a versatile and easy-to-use device that allows you to monitor and control a connected electrical appliance from wherever you are. Its compact size lets you inconspicuously build a connected home and it has a legible LED that lets you know the plug’s status at a glance.


By using the mydlink app and new smart plug you can also set schedules and automate your appliances, as well as set automation rules that interact with other mydlink devices. Scheduling provides a helpful way to save power while you’re away from home or asleep, but you can, of course, still manually power a device on or off at any time for added peace of mind. By seamlessly integrating with the Google Assistant or Alexa, you can also use the power of your voice with commands such as ‘Alexa, use mydlink to turn on the Smart Plug’ to create a voice-enabled smart home.


The new D-Link DSP-W118 mydlink Mini Wi-Fi Smart Plug is available now from (RRP NZ$55.99) and from all authorised D-Link partners and retailers in both countries.


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