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Pros: Great picture
Cons: Cameras record multiple files for each event.
Exported MP4 files are compressed too much.
Other Thoughts: I made the mistake of replacing our video surveillance system before completely testing this system.
While the picture on screen is fantastic, the exported MP4 files have too much compression resulting in blurred images. And the cameras record multiple files for each motion event resulting in up to 20 recordings of the same event.
When I contacted LaView support, they said the recorder might be defective and offerred to replace it. That would be great, except that would leave me with no video security while the exchange takes place.
When I asked if the firmare version would be different than the version in the DVR we have now, and if it's possible to update the firmware all communications from the support department stopped. The firmware question was because if the firmware wasn't newer than what we had, the same problem would happen again. And the update question was to avoid the need to send the DVR back.
So while I'm going to keep the DVR, I'm taking 2 eggs off for support dropping the ball and the cons listed above.
This review is from: EVGA TEGRA NOTE 7 Tablet - 16GB Flash, 1GB RAM Quad Core NVIDIA Tegra 4
Pros: The fastest tablet I've owned yet. Excellent resonse and the few games I've tried are fantastic.
Cons: I would have given 5 stars, but the tablet will not update to Android 4.3. It always stops at 200mb and gives a checksum error. I've tried resetting the tablet, and clearing data as suggested on the EVGA site with no difference. The download still stops at 200mb and errors out.
When I called EVGA support I was told to check with Nvidia since they are the ones that push the updates. Their forum has several reports of the same thing happening with no reply.
So I guess I'm stuck with 4.2.
This review is from: AMS DK-1220SEBK Comet Value Series (Black) - 5.25" Removable Rack (SATA-to-SATA)
Pros: This rack makes swapping drives simple. I've used it many times since I first installed it and it's a breeze. Dismount the drive, hit the power button and pop out the drive. It's that simple.
The fan does a good job of keeping the drive cool.
Other Thoughts: I won't put a hard drive inside a case any more. I always use racks like this to make drive changes simple.READ FULL REVIEW