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Pros: Easy setup, clean sound.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: I bought this to replace a much cheaper receiver. The sound quality was very poor on the less expensive unit. The BR-C1 cleaned up the sound and I like the rechargeable feature. Well worth the money.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: Too many motion false positives to count.
Won't record video to SD card.
Won't recognize SD card
Other Thoughts: Don't waste your time or your money if you're looking for a solution that includes recording video. I own 2 of these turkeys.
It doesn't recognize any of 32 GB micro SD cards I've tried. And yes, I tested the cards and they work fine. When you insert the card into the camera, it creates it's own folder. But then the setup tells you the card doesn't exist.
The false positives are crazy. I've even set the sensitivity down to 75%, and it still sends images via email all night long.
Look elsewhere for a wireless camera.
Pros: Big, Clear, and Crisp.
Cons: Almost too big. ;-)
Other Thoughts: I've been using this as my main monitor for a couple of months. I love the screen real estate. I'm a software developer and I always seem to run out of room.
I have 4 monitors (2 - Dell 1920x1200, Apple TBolt, and this one) hooked up to my Mac Book Pro, but this is by far my favorite.
Don't get fooled with a Dual DVI. They don't work properly with Mac. A simple (and cheap) mini display port cable does the trick.
I'd give it 5 stars, except there a few minor shadows in the bottom corners. But not very noticeable at all.