Joined on 07/07/08
Great little CPU!
Pros: Compare vs any Intel CPU at the same price-point and it wins hands-down. Very great vs Intel in perf/watt at same price point. Has all the deluxe instructions enabled such as VT-d, AES256, etc. Using this as an ESXi 6.0 box for firewall and NAS at home. Supposedly overclocks like a beast, but I haven't tried yet.
Cons: Comes with a fairly small, quiet fan. Certainly would be inadequate for any amount of overclocking.
Pros: Decent battery life. Bought the companion solar panel to make truly maintenance free and wireless. Image quality is OK for 1080p, but could be a bit better.
Cons: YOU CAN NOT MONITOR THE CAMERA FOR MORE THAN 5 MINUTES. The software will kick you out after 5 minutes and THERE'S NO WAY TO CHANGE THIS. Period. It's a "power saving" feature since it's a wireless camera, but I bought the solar panel and have plenty of power during the day, but their camera is too stupid to understand that and there's no way to force the connection to stay open. You also have to use their software to even access the camera in the first place, no web interface or ONVIF support.
Overall Review: We got this to keep an eye on the backyard and check on the kids while they play. With the severe monitoring limitation, I'd have been better off spending the ~$130 on a different camera solution that didn't have that handicap, and another camera may also have been able to tie in to my existing NVR rather than playing walled-garden like Reolink.
Small and Quiet
Pros: Compact size for a 16-port gig switch. Bought to put in a wall-box for a home install. Runs without the fan most of the time.
Cons: Still a bit bigger than I would have liked (likely for the ventilation and rackmount brackets (which it does come with btw).
Overall Review: Update: Had a lock-up issue where the switch would freeze status of ports and stop passing traffic (unplugging cables from ports didn't turn off the light, etc). RMAed and got a prompt replacement unit. Been working great since.