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This review is from: Zmodo CM-I11123BK Wireless WiFi IR Pan Tilt Network Camera
Pros: Any camera of this type for less than $100 is a great value for the plethora of features it has. You cannot find anything close to this price point, with these features. It works, sometimes.
Cons: This is a clone of another OEM camera. Fosscamm is much better quality for about $10 more, plus a new and improved model. I have 2 "clones" and 2 of the original and the original are much, much better quality and much more reliable, so I would recommend seeking out the newer model "original" brand. The clones have little to no support. They also tend to "quit" working after a day or so and have to be power cycled.
Other Thoughts: They work (sometimes) but quality is lacking and no support or firmware upgrades. Usually can't even contact the supposed manufacturer, but these are mass produced in China and distributed by anyone that wants to buy them and put their logo on them. The "original" manufacturer, worth the extra $10 or so and have a new and improved model, but still are not the quality of professional cams like this at $350 or more, but the high end professional cams don't justify the high price and usually lack half of what these type cams can do. Good luck.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Placed this memory in my Quad core Lenovo at work and been running without a hitch. Upgraded my Quad core 3ghz from 2 X 1GB sticks to 2 X 4GB or from 2 to 8 gigs and it's fun just trying to make this machine have to put out any real work!
Cons: Ahhh...maybe that you have to risk installing it yourself and damaging something while doing it??? But not this time.
Other Thoughts: Can't beat "The Egg", no way, no how, when it comes to what counts and that's price and customer service when you need it!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Athena Power CABLE-YSATA290 6" SATA II Y cable
Pros: Exactly what I was looking for to split 1 SATA power connector to provide 2 sata power connections.
Cons: Not sure if a SATA power connector has enough power to be split, at least on the power supply I was using which was in an IBM desktop with a relatively small power supply, so it's not a sure fire solution you may be looking for. I needed to split the connection to try and power a hard drive and a USB 3.0 add on card, so I don't know if any power supply could handle that load from a single sata power connector. I place more fault with the manufacturer of the USB 3.0 add in card using a sata power connector rather than pulling power from a standard molex connector, but the volt/amp from a sata power connector may be better suited for the needs to power USB 3.0 slots rather than the power provided by the molex power connectors on a power supply. I think USB needs 5 volts and the standard molex connectors go as high as 12 volts which would require more complicated circuitry to power a USB 3.0 add-in card
Other Thoughts: Good quality, however, compared to some very cheaply made molex connectors I've seen.READ FULL REVIEW