Good deal – The TP-Link Tapo C510W “5-star” surveillance camera at €39.90 (-40%)

Good deal – The TP-Link Tapo C510W “5-star” surveillance camera at €39.90 (-40%)
Good deal – The TP-Link Tapo C510W “5-star” surveillance camera at €39.90 (-40%)

With the Tapo C510W, TP-Link certainly does not revolutionize video surveillance, but offers a reliable and easy-to-use solution for monitoring the surroundings of the house without breaking the bank too much.

The Tapo C510W is a classic, but well thought out, motorized camera. It has a reliable detection system and monitors several areas if necessary, in addition to tracking intruders by filming them. The image quality is also there. Certainly, its projector lacks power for truly usable color night vision, but infrared is extremely effective.

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Strong points

  • Well thought out support.
  • No need for a gateway.
  • 360° vision and motion tracking.
  • Possibility of monitoring several zones consecutively.
  • Excellent night image quality.
  • microSD and cloud port (paid).
  • High-performance microphone and speakers.

Weak points

  • Not very powerful projectors.
  • No Ethernet.
  • No vehicle detection.
  • Not very quality design.

NB: The reported price drop is calculated by comparing the lowest price of the day with the average of the lowest prices charged by all merchants for the product last month, with security rules to exclude the prices of stores whose the VAT policy is not clear (so-called “gray” stores, typically in the case of imports from China).


The 2K Pan & Tilt interior camera is an interesting solution for keeping an eye on your interior from a distance. It offers good image quality and motion detection is effective, as is tracking. Eufy also has the merit of offering relevant functions for parents and pet owners, always at no additional cost. Only cloud storage is chargeable, but not necessary thanks to the microSD port.

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