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This review is from: StarTech.com Cat5e Modular Keystone Jack White - Tool-Less
Cons: its one of the hardest one to get the cables in i have punched many keystone jacks have never seen such a bad design. it have a lock latch through which the cable suppose to come in that makes the last 2 wires almost impossible to put down .
Other Thoughts: just buy a punch tool and cheapest jacks you will be done 300% faster then installing this.READ FULL REVIEW
2 GB Ram
16 GB Nand as main storage
Price under $60 "what more can i say"
Cons: Android 4.4.2 "will it ever update ?????"
Bad display resolution its useable but not crisp
Small battery last about 4 hours at Max use
Ram is DDR2 "well the processor supports only DDR2 don't know why the posted it as DDR3 "
No HDMI "Even the cheapest tablets have that "
Can't cast screen to Chromecast "It detects it if i reset the tablet as soon as google do updates after connecting account it refuse to see chromecast" Casting from apps work fine.
My biggest concern will be support for firmware updates I think its highly unlikely as i have seen from all china tablets .
the folio is not that good .
Camera on this tablet is a joke
Other Thoughts: This tablet is created by the same company who make ipad for apple.
Think i might return it and just get a nexus even the older model are superior then this in terms of quality.
Pros: Good quality at decent price. 20/40M wifi can't find that on many cams to support full N network. Quality adapter provide more amps then needed by the camera which is always a plus.
Cons: Now the good part, Cra*py software save video Raw, Stream not protected so don't use it on open network on which guests are logged if a geek gets in and do some voodoo your feeds can be seen and recorded etc this is the biggest flaw in this cam. some other holes in security which i will not tell here but if you are using this cam keep it in a tight secure network don't use upnp or open ports its really easy to get to this cams feed with the right tools and little info. did i say the software is cra*py??? use a 3rd party software it will save you time and money also motion detection don't work. Should have POE option as standard you already have a rj45 how much more will it take to be poe as it only uses 3-5w?
Other Thoughts: next on the list is HIKVISION giving up on wifi cameras unless really neededREAD FULL REVIEW