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This review is from: Pioneer VSX-822-K 5.1-Channel 3D Ready A/V Receiver
Pros: to save you the trouble of checking, it is currently offered at Two Seventy-nine, FYI.
Cons: to save you the trouble of checking, it is currently offered at Two Seventy-nine, FYI.
Other Thoughts: to save you the trouble of checking, it is currently offered at Two Seventy-nine, FYI.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EDIMAX IC-3030PoE Triple Mode H.264 / MPEG4 / MJPEG Internet IP Camera with PoE Function; 1.3M Pixel for Max. Resolution 1280x1024; External SD Card and Live View for iPhone / Smart Phone Support
Pros: Chapter V: Appendix
Sensor: 1.3Mega pixels 1/4" color CMOS sensor Automatic Exposure
Automatic White Balance
Frame rate: 10-15fps@SXGA, XGA, 30fps@QVGA, 20fps@VGA
High speed hardware based compression Supports pre-recording + post-recording for the triggered event
Supports Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 Firmware upgradable
Cons: manual from edimax website .../images/Image/manual/Wireless/IC-3030/IC-3030_Series_Manual.zip
Other Thoughts: ...only 10-15fps at full res.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Xerox DocuMate 152 XDM152D-WU Duplex Sheetfed Document Scanner
Pros: Does everything we need it to do-- good quality, good speed, great scanning options, DUPLEX, hardly ever jams/misfeeds, easy to maintain, small footprint, included software is decent (for windows/PC), document feeder is a MUST!
Cons: no good MacOS support-- had to find (and pay for) 3rd party software to be able to connect it to my partner's Mac-- but we knew that when we chose it. I wish the document feeder were bigger, but we've figured a decent work-around (see Other Thoughts, below). I wish the included SW offered the option to pause/resume a scan-to-pdf or included some minimal PDF-editing capabilities, but there have been plenty of 3rd party (freeware!) options for that...
Other Thoughts: My partner and I have scanned and stored MULTIPLE FILING CABINETS full of papers and records with our DM152, and we LOVE it. We scan to PDF at 150 or 200 dpi, greyscale, duplex / skip blanks, Legal size / autocrop. It's fast (maybe 2 or 3 seconds per piece of paper!), and the document feeder is 95% awesome. Although the document feeder is designed for 50 sheets, nothing stops us from introducing 30 more sheets once it gets through the first 30 (effectively loading it on the fly). We regularly scan 200+ page files this way, with minimal attention. It took a little finesse to learn how much/deep/gently to add the additional pages (to minimize jamming), but this is now a regular occurance. The autofeeder can be adjusted to accomodate a wide range of source-sizes, but it dislikes being fed multiple different sources in the same batch. That (and the errant staple we fail to remove) are the source of jams, always easily fixed-- pop down the front and pull out the paper-- voila!READ FULL REVIEW