New review by me on Technogog
Quote: “Lately I’ve seen more of a trend of moving toward a connected home where you specifically can control devices while you’re not there. We’ve had IP style security cameras for a while now and they’re getting better all the time, not only the picture quality, but adding more features. Some of my favorite cameras are from Compro and I have another one of theirs for review today called the TN900RW with the R standing for Remote and the W standing for Wireless. The TN900RW features up to 720P resolution and the ability to pan, tilt and zoom which are great but it also has a built-in temperature sensor and the ability to actually control other devices in your home via infrared remote. You can program the TN900RW to control your HDTV, blu-ray player, home theater, air conditioner, or virtually anything that can be controlled via infrared. Read on to learn more… “
Ok.. new review by me and this one is huge, six pages… could have been more really but I didn’t want to cut it up too much..
"Today I have a very large review for you of a new IP camera from Compro Technology called the TN600W. This camera is technically called the TN600W Plug-n-Play Cloud Network Camera and it’s all of those things and more really. The TN600W is something that anyone looking for a monitoring solution for their home or business can appreciate as it has features that I think one would want in a camera of this type. The biggest and most exciting feature I think is panning and tilting, the TN600W can move all around and let you see wherever you want to in the room from your computer or even even your mobile device. The camera also features two-way audio communications so you could carry on a conversation with someone right through the camera. The TN600W also features twelve integrated infrared LEDs that can really light up a room, making it go from day to night and letting you see everything that’s going on even in the dark. This camera is very simple to setup, yes it has a lot of advanced features but if you primarily want mobile viewing it couldn’t be simpler as you just need to plug it in, install an app and scan the QR code on the camera and that’s it, you’re up and running with the ability to via and communicate right from your mobile device. We live in a very mobile world and let’s face it we live in world where surveillance cameras are the norm everywhere so why shouldn’t they be in your home as well. The TN600W from Compro has multiple uses from just monitoring your children or pets to actually protecting your home or even your business. So read on… "
I forgot to post this yesterday… new review by me!
Quote: "If you’re a tech enthusiast, chances are you’ve got a cable tester of one kind or another in your tool box. A cable tester isn’t something that average user needs all of the time, I have a need for one maybe twice per year but it’s nice to have one when you need it. For review today I’ve got the 3-in-1 RJ45 Network / RJ11 and USB Cable Tester, yes this tester can not only test phone and Ethernet cables but also USB cables which I thought was kind of interesting. This tester is from Deal Extreme, who is known for very low prices, and it costs under ten dollars. Is it worth it? Yes I think so, that is if you don’t plan on using for professional uses as it’s not exactly the best quality when it comes to construction. For under ten dollars though we really can’t expect much though right? I’ve tested it and does work as it should, for the average person this is an inexpensive product that will do the job it’s needed for."
Quote: Hello, hello! Long time no see you all. Yes it’s been rather slow on my end, but I’m back with another product from our friends at Geeks.com. The product I have for review today is one of their surveillance cameras, but it’s the IP kind and not your typical security camera. It’s called the AirLink101 SkyIPCam and it’s the model AIC250 that features a resolution of 640×480 and comes with security software so you can chain up to 16 cameras together for full monitoring of your premises while you’re away.