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Pros: high transfer rate, reliable so far (I have two).
Cons: slightly more expensive, but worth it.
Other Thoughts: Have two running as independent disks (using OS based RAID) in a two disk USB 3.0 enclosure.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: small, solar
Cons: audio is poor, worse than my mid-tier cellphone's speaker phone. Callers on other end complain of "monkeys" (audio artifacts). Mounting brackets are cheap plastic and fit is too loose.
Other Thoughts: disappointed as IOGEAR has been good brand for me. Go for something better.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Can config just using web interface if you connect via wired Ethernet and use DHCP to assign address (or scan network after connected). Can be setup to email several photos upon Passive IR detection and record video to SD card pre and post trigger. Decent Andriod App (LaView Net) for monitoring stream. Better then expected night IR light. This is wide field of view camera (2.8mm). 2MP resolution is pretty good. Lots to configure, including recording schedules, and ports used.
Cons: WiFi is finicky, sometimes hard to connect after reboot, but so far stays connected once established. The web tools need a plug in to setup motion detection and some settings. Never had any luck adjusting gain or enabling DNR due to need for web plugin (which I never installed). No button for hard reset to factory settings, so make sure you don't loose password (I tape it to back when storing so I won't forget).
Other Thoughts: HikVision electronics inside. Manual and tools match HikVision. PIR sensitivity is low, but that's good if monitoring door or entryway to avoid false triggers. Just don't expect to detect anything more than 15ft away.READ FULL REVIEW