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Pros: Solid and sturdy design.
Relatively easy setup.
Two-way voice comms works as advertised.
720p video is quite good overall.
Image and video capture works well. I have tried piping it out to a local FTP server as well as writing to the microSD card.
Tech support does exist although they took a week to get back to me. They DID answer my question and solved the issue I was experiencing.
Cons: Manual really needs to be more user friendly. There are some items that are not covered and you have to figure it out on your own.
Getting the camera to work with browsers was a bit trial and error. I managed to get it running on the latest version of Chrome and Firefox but for whatever reason it doesn't work under IE.
Other Thoughts: To the user that reported issues with the browsers...yes, it doesn't work off the bat. You have to enable plug-ins (make an exception under Chrome, for example) for the IPCam's secific IP address.
The camera's motor is a little bit noisy but nothing major.
Its not weather-proof so if you would like to place this outside make sure that its protected from rain/snow. I don't know whether very low temperatures will affect its performance.
For the price...its a solid performer and delivers as advertised. Just be aware that you have to put in a little bit of gray matter to get it working to your liking.
Perfect fit for case.
Cons: Didn't install itself...?
Other Thoughts: Upgraded from a long in the tooth GTX 560Ti. I am now playing Battlefield 4 (when it doesn't crash to desktop) at ULTRA settings. Simply amazing!
Very quiet design too. This card is able to run Nvidia's "Shadowplay" recording with zero hiccups and its an awesome plus for FPS games. Being able to later review what you did well...and what you did in a noobish way...way cool!
Very pleased with the card. Not bleeding edge but its what the budget permitted. Thanks NewEgg!
Pros: Simple and effective.
Works with Windos 7 64-bit.
Everything you need in the box.
Cons: Doesn't install itself...?
Other Thoughts: What can be said? It does what its designed to do. Yeah, I know its the 21st century and a parallel port should have gone the way of the do-do bird...but one simply does not get rid of an HP 720C ink jet printer that works and works WELL. Got a new box for the Mrs and the onboard motherboard had no parallel port. Not an option... So, looked at sub-to-parallel port cables but some peeps said that wasn't a good choice. Add-in card it is then.
This card fits the bill. Can' go wrong.
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