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Pros: Mine was on sale -free shipping
Mine came with a 250Gb disk, not 160Gb
There is an empty 3.5 disk expansion slot inside
Mine had 2 empty memory DIMM slots for expansion
Mother board has 2 empty SATA connections
Plenty of USB 2.0 and 2 USB 3.0
2S 1P connectors on back
Mine looked new not refurbished
Mine came with new AC line cord, keyboard and mouse.
W7 professional 64 bit installed.
3.6 windows experience index.
max screen resolution with internal video is 2560x1600
I use this with a existing KVM that requires PS/2 mouse and keyboard so this fits the bill.
4 front USB ports 5 rear (2 USB 3.0)
Cons: Keyboard was not HP
Mouse was not HP
Other Thoughts: I am a NEWEGG EGGSPERT REVIEWER but I was not asked to review this product, I purchased it on my own for my personal use. I am impressed with what I got for the price I got it at. I now know why HP stock has about doubled in the past year.
I Ordered and Installed a SSD disk right off the bat. I am using the mechanical drive for a backup drive. I don't need much storage as my File Server has 2TB Raid 5 for Video, Documents, Music and other such things I keep on hand.
With all my favorite programs loaded on the SSD I am using about 50Gb, Windows 7 Professional occupies about 10Gb by it's self. I had ordered a 128GB SSD as I expected to get a 160Gb mechanical drive for backup. I have 250GB so I may Partition and install Debian Lunix and retire my single core 1.8Ghz lunix machine.
This review is from: Rosewill RCAD-11003 USB3.0 Adapter For IDE/SATA Device
Pros: A must have on the tech bench of every IT department
Cons: Don't loan it out!! Make them buy one..
Other Thoughts: The PS -power supply comes in handy to unload CD-DVD drives that have been removed but still have media in them..READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Read the other reviewers Pro reviews. I agree with them rather than restate the obvious.
I submitted a review earlier but it did not post...
If your buying just 1 camera, buy this but if it's the start of a camera network...read on...
Cons: I spent a week off and on playing with D-VIEW CAM the program that allows you to record and use multiple cameras...
PLENTY OF BUGS- rather than go go into it here, go to their website and read the forum on D-VIEW CAM FAQ's and BUG REPORTS. D-LINK may be fixing them as we write but I am writing this today..I have see no new releases.
Biggest bug in my opinion..D-VIEW CAM only recognizes D-LINK cameras!!! Other manufacturers camera and software recognizes all camera's. So how do you get support if you are using camera D and Software T?
No linux-apple-chrome support..
I understand but cannot experience D-VIEW cam will only allow you to view 1 camera live. My other software that came with another manufacturers camera allows me to view it's camera and my D-link live at the same time.
Other Thoughts: I am a NEWEGG EGGPERT REVIEWER. I don;t get paid but sometimes I get to keep the product. This one is going to my daughter and my newborn grandson. I am keeping another manufacturers and moving forward to TPZ. They are now under $100.
1 egg off- buggy software.
1 egg off- software only recognizes D-Link Devices
1 egg off-no linux-apple-chrome support..they are O/S's becoming popular. and a DLINK router can operate with them so...there you go another egg.
If DLINK routers can handle various manufacturers computers with multiple OS's. They are not whole heartly in the IP wireless cloud camera business. I suspect the guts of both my camera's come out of the same off shore factory.. the start up manuals are virtually word for word..
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