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These early Amazon Prime Day deals knock up to 60% off D-Link routers and cameras

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Amazon's not waiting around for Prime Day 2021, and has cut up to 60% off a range of D-Link routers and network cameras.

Amazon's D-Link Wi-Fi Cameras and Routers (opens in new tab) sale features a wide range of networking products, and despite it being billed as '20% off', many of the deals offer much bigger cuts.

Not only are wireless routers and network security cameras included in this sale, but also Ethernet switches, which allow you to expand the wired network in your home – ideal for homes or offices with a number of Ethernet-connected devices.

Below, we've highlighted the best deals in the sale.

D-Link DCS 8300LH Full HD Wi-Fi Indoor Security Camera £74.16 £41.39 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save 44% off this Alexa and Google Assistant-compatible indoor Wi-Fi camera. It's ideal for keeping an eye on your home, capturing footage in 1080p quality and 137-degree wide-angle lens. Also features sound and motion detection.

D-Link DIR-809 4-Port Switch Dual Band Wireless Router £33.99 £23.98 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This is one of the cheapest ways to upgrade your home Wi-Fi, and while it's not the fastest router in the world, it offers dual band 802.11ac and combined wireless speeds of up to 750Mbps. Plus, it's had a £10 discount.

D-Link 18-Port PoE Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Switch DES-1018MP £252.99 £99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This 18-port switch is ideal for offices and small businesses, allowing you to expand your network with ease. Its speedy and includes surge protection, and the price has been cut by a huge £153.

These are just a few of the D-Link deals Amazon is offering ahead of Prime Day. Make sure you head over to the D-Link sales page (opens in new tab) for the full collection of deals.

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