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Pros: Easy to install and mount the TV on. absolutely solid construction. I think the mount weights more than my TV. All of the hardware included, screw and spacer. Free level, that you can give to your kid as a educational toy, but seriously don't use that. I got a self level laser, which get a lot job done right.
Cons: None, a lot people complain the mount does not work with their TV, I find it is hard to believe, I got a 47" TV mounted just fine. The mount is not low profile.
Other Thoughts: Don't blame the free level come with the mount, it is free! Use your own tools and judgement. Get one when it is on sale. when fasten the bracket to the TV, make sure the locking side facing outwards, I put a cable tie through the center hole to keep it in place, it is as solid as it can be, and tilt adjustment is kind of tricky, try one person holding the TV, and another person tight the adjustment.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SYBA USB 3.0 2-port PCI-e Controller Card, Etron EJ168 Chipset Model SY-PEX20081
Cons: Does not stay in superspeed, switching USB 3.0 device speed between superspeed and highspeed. Seems to be temperature related. Tried different driver, the one come with the CD, one download from the manufacture SYBA website and the latest version from the Etron website, result the same.
I am using windows XP SP3, tried with BlacX 5G docking bay, and Image 500G USB3.0 hard drive
When it works at superspeed, it is fast, but it may drop the speed to fullspeed any time, and your file copy time will increase from 10s of seconds to couple minutes, and it keeps doing that
Other Thoughts: Spend more money buy a good brand, Or you can try your luck on this one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Panasonic BB-HCM705A 1280 x 960 MAX Resolution RJ45 Surveillance Camera
Pros: Good Looking, PoE, with Audio, Easy Installation with all hardware provided
Cons: Max Resolution 1280X960 work with restrictions, not motor pan and tilt, 1280 X 960 with H.264 does not record with software software
Other Thoughts: Here is the deal, I think if I put over 400 dollars down for a camera, at least it should do what is said it would do.
First the maximum resolution 1280 X 960 had to get in the camera setup page and then switch from 640X480 to 1280X960.
Second once you change to the max resolution, you lost zoom, pan and tilt. The pan and tilt was not motorized, all zoom, pan and tilt was done is to display different portion of the CCD sensor, I can not call this a good concept. so by the end, if 1280X960 is selected, there is no zoom, pan or tilt anymore.
Overall, it is a OK camera, but doesn't worth this much in my point of view