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This review is from: Accell B086B-003B-2 DisplayPort 1.1 to HDMI 1.4 Active Adapter
Pros: Real easy to use- allowed me to run 3 monitors off a single card (Radeon HD5700). No problems thus far
Cons: A little pricey maybe
Other Thoughts: I needed to connect the HDMI port of my HP2711 monitor to my video card via the display port on the Radeon HD5700 video card, as well as my 37" TV monitor via HDMI and my projector via DVI to VGA. My Asrock z77 Extreme 6 MB has Intel HD3000/4000 intregrated graphics as well, but there are problems when both were being used. I did not try a passive display port to HDMI adapter, just went for this one which had reviews on other sidtes and was approved by AMD's Eyefinity sight. No problems at allREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lots of Features, easy to run the camera without the trendnetviewpro software package. Like the multiple viewing stops you can set. Resolution is okay. Have not tried the emailing feature when it is triggered using the motion software. I consider the IP camera to be pretty useful and "low grade entertainment".
Other Thoughts: Trendnet has been very good at responding to emails for help when using the email provided within the reviews. My only wish would be that when using the Trendnet view Android software you could have the camera stop at its presets like you would when using the browser interface.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TV-IP551W 640 x 480 MAX Resolution RJ45 Wireless N Internet Camera
Pros: Low cost, Plenty of basic options built into the camera. Resolution is what you would expect- color is fine.
Cons: Latest firmware allows the wifi's password to be seen instead of a bunch of "*" . Tried using the TrendNetPro software but is too complicated for me, but not needed. It is fairly easy to be able to see your camera on your home network, but in order to see it on a phone or tablet away from your home network, you need to set up port forwarding on your router and then on the camera. I had help from a friend and was able to get it to work via a web browser or on my Android phone. The latest Trendnetview Android software keeps asking me to install the latest firmware for the camera, which is older than the firmware that Trendnet sent me for the camera, which is not yet on their website to be downloaded. Can't change the user name and the password too. If you change the user name then you can only use the default password...
Other Thoughts: I found Trendnet to be responsive to my emails for help- best to email Adrian who monitors Trendnet posts on Newegg. After being able to use this camera I purchased another Trendnet IP camera from Newegg that has the zoom tilt swivel.READ FULL REVIEW