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This review is from: Actiontec PWR511K01 AV500 Powerline Network Adapter Kit, Up to 500Mbps
Pros: Ethernet over the power line
Cons: This product is not worth the money.
Networking with these is slow.
Other Thoughts: Look for a different brand altogether I have a pair of D-Link (DHP-311AV) and they work without any problems since I got them 2 years ago. Not sure I'll buy another Actiontec product again.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Tilt, pan, wireless, Ethernet, sd-card, speakers, mic, android app, web app, wall mounts.
Cons: Needs internet connection to work with android app.
I got this camera to monitor the baby's room but after fiddling with it for a bit I realized that I do not know where the video feed is actually going from the camera.
As soon as the camera is powered on, it want to connect to some IPs in China and some in US. My assumption is that some of the servers at those IPs are used to facilitate the connection of smartphone apps.
Call me paranoid but why does the camera have to pan and tilt like trying to "scan" the room as part of the start-up process.
Other Thoughts: I would have probably given the camera 5 eggs if the android app would allow for configuring connecting to cameras by IP on the local network that way the camera can be kept isolated from the internet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Enough power to recharge my phone a few times.
Two charging ports.
Carrying case, two cables and adapters.
Cons: Just a battery pack.
Other Thoughts: Ingress drains the battery of your phone really fast. This battery can keep me going a whole day without issues. This thing can charge my Galaxy Nexus from 4-5% to full in about 1h on the 2A port.READ FULL REVIEW