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This review is from: RiDATA 4.7GB 16X DVD-R 100 Packs Shrink Warp Model DRD-4716-RD100ECOW
Pros: - Great Quality Discs
- Great Price
Other Thoughts: I know many people don't use burnable media much anymore, but I still find them handy. I get great writes with these discs and hardly ever have gotten a "coaster". I keep a couple of old cake boxes around and just load the shrink wrapped discs on it and then remove the wrapping. Great Item.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair Gaming K70 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Blue LED - Cherry MX Red Switches
Pros: - Beautiful Brushed Aluminum Design
- Easy Clean Up
- Pass-Through USB Power
- Per Key Backlighting Customization
- Full Size Keyboard
- Multimedia Keys Included
- Detachable Wrist Rest Included
- 2 Year Warranty
Cons: None, other than my kids fighting over who gets to keep it.
Other Thoughts: This is the first time, I've gotten my hands on a mechanical gaming keyboard and "Wow", what an impression it has made. The design of this thing is sexy. First word that comes to mind. Sexy. The keyboard's clicks feel much more responsive and bounce back harder than a traditional keyboard. I imagine this would be pretty important when you are hammering down on a key. Regarding the functional design of the keyboard, I like how the keys are 'floating' above the chassis of the keyboard and not embedded into the body, like standard keyboards. This design makes this thing a breeze to clean out with some canned air.
The included pass-through USB port was a nice touch since the keyboard takes up two USB ports on your machine. You can connect your mouse to your keyboard and not take up an additional USB port on your computer.
The switch next to the USB port is so you can change the polling rate. Most newer models of motherboards takes care of polling issues, but if you are using an older machine, then this will come in handy.
It's got a solid design and is pretty heavy, given it's mechanical parts and aluminum chassis. It shouldn't be sliding around on your desk. Also you can adjust the height not only on the back of the keyboard but in the front as well. I thought that was a pretty cool addition and don't believe I've seen a keyboard that has front feet.
I don't game much but the responsiveness of this keyboard is remarkable. It has a solid feel to it and is truly gorgeous. The price of mechanical gaming keyboards has came down in the past few years and Corsair definitely put some thought in this design and price. If you are in the market for a gaming keyboard with a few perks, look no further.
Pros: - Solid construction
- Nice lens angles
- Easy Setup (see other thoughts)
- PoE or optional power supply powered camera
- Software feels premium compared to other manufacturers
- Mounting hardware and template included
Other Thoughts: I mounted this thing on the back of my house. Installation was a breeze and only took about 15 minutes. Once mounted I ran an ethernet cable to the PoE injector I was using. I used a TP-LINK TL-PoE150S PoE Injector and it worked great.
The red LED lit up and I was ready to set up the software. When using the CD, I could never get it to detect the camera. So i decided to access my router and find the internal IP address. I was able to access the software on the camera by punching in the IP address (similar to accessing your router). I then installed the TRENDnetVIEW Pro software. The software had no problem finding the camera and allowed me to configure a lot of settings (PTZ, etc). The software is really impressive and I was expecting something much more watered down. The software also easily detected a TRENDnet TV-IP851WIC that I had connected to the network. NICE!
Other than powering the device with an Ethernet cable via PoE, I wanted to try out the optional plug for an adapter. Oddly I had an adapter for a Netgear switch that matched perfectly (size, volts, amps) and gave it a shot. It powered the device up immediately and I was able to access the camera with ease. This is a nice added option for those that don't have a PoE enabled switch or injector.
Adjusting the camera is a manual task and is super easy. TRENDnet included a Torq screw driver to pull the weather proof dome off of the body of the camera and to make manual changes to the camera's position (panning and tilting).
I get good wide angles with this device and "night vision" looks pretty good. I don't think it's as far as what is claimed by TRENDnet, but still is far better than what I was expecting. Video quality it awesome and the ability to record direct to a share or NAS is a nice addition.
Overall this is an awesome PoE outdoor/indoor camera. The software is great for managing your cameras and the video quality is terrific. Nice job TRENDnet.