TP-Link's Kasa Smart Spot camera exposed in FCC filing

The FCC published all sorts of info about the unreleased security camera.

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This photo of the camera was published in the FCC filing.


It looks like smart-home company TP-Link has a new security camera on the way.

TP-Link registered its unannounced Kasa Smart Spot camera with the FCC , which published the filing on Monday. The filing includes the camera's user manual, as well as internal and external photos of the device.

Here are a few things the filing tells us about the Kasa Smart Spot cam:

  • Live video at 1080p resolution.
  • Two-way audio, so you can hear what's going on and communicate through the camera's speakers.
  • Activity detection feature automatically records when it senses movement.
  • Free cloud storage for two days worth of video, upgrade options available.
  • It's controlled by the Kasa mobile app.

TP-Link is known for its various smart-home products. It sells things ranging from Wi-Fi routers and mesh Wi-Fi systems, to smart plugs and power strips. The Kasa Smart Spot will be joining TP-Link's Kasa camera line.

TP-Link didn't have any additional comments about the Kasa Smart Spot.

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