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This review is from: Foscam FI8910W 640 x 480 MAX Resolution RJ45 Wireless B/G/N IP Camera
Pros: motorized PTZ capability
Wireless & Wired
Decent length power cable
Compatible with iSpy freeware application
decent mounting bracket with good range of motion
Cons: Resolution is dated
IR doesnt throw very far
Other Thoughts: I purchased this through another company (sorry newegg) for financial reasons but wanted to leave a review here because I shop at new egg fairly regularly + this doesn't have a review.
I run a dedicated box for video security with the freeware iSpy application. This camera is used for outdoor surveillance through a window and is my first "IP" camera (using USB webcams until now)
It actually has a listing direct in the application and was very simple to setup the basics.
This camera has all the features I needed and logging on was as easy as punching in the IP address and entering the generic password. There are most probably more options for this unit that a normal person needs but its straight forward.
Surprisingly (because of my past experiences with wifi devices) wireless was a sinch to setup and it even came with a retractable ethernet cable!
The only downsides of this particular unit are the resolution, a max of 640x480. Really should be discontinued and the infra-red distance is minimal but ok for a average sized room....just not outdoors.
My next purchase would be a HD version of this type of model and maybe an outdoor specific version depending on application.
But overall, I'm happy with this device and it will surely go to use for something else when eventually replaced.
If this unit is anything to go by the other models would also rate high depending on specifications.
better than celeron
low power consumption
Other Thoughts: I used a few of these for some custom built workstations with varying levels of use.
This includes Office apps, and quickbooks, internet and other basic functions
One pc even runs photoshop and dreamweaver and this processor handles it just fine.
Its not a power house but is perfect for the average user.
This review is from: TP-LINK TG-3468 Network Adapter 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI-Express 1 x RJ45
Pros: plug and play
auto driver installation on windows 7
could have been cheaper
Other Thoughts: great alternative for when your onboard ethernet fails or just plain doesnt work because the manufacturer didnt get it right the first time (as with my case)READ FULL REVIEW