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Linksys LCAB03VLNOD 1080p 3MP Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Camera Review
     Sat, Nov 21 2015 | 12:01P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Where i live we may not have the freedom to have guns at home or carry them around for personal protection but that doesn't mean there aren't many other ways for someone to increase the level of security both at home and at work. One of the easiest ways and also one we've focused on quite a bit over the years is the installation of an IP camera which people can use to live stream everything it sees either onto their computer or their mobile devices via both wired and wireless modes. However there are many aspects one needs to take into account before getting an IP camera aside connectivity such as enclosure quality/endurance, enclosure type (bullet or dome), usage (indoor or outdoor), recording resolution, lens angle, night vision range, microSD/SD card recording, available software features and last but not least warranty period. As part of our review schedule inside 2015 we received the LCAB03VLNOD 1080p 3MP Outdoor Night Vision Bullet Camera by Linksys and today several months later (sorry for that Linksys) we can finally post our review.

D-Link DCS-2210L HD PoE IP Camera
     Wed, Nov 18 2015 | 11:50A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The D-Link DCS-2210L HD PoE IP camera has just about every feature one might be looking for with one exception; it is wired only. If you want/need wireless you need to step up to the DCS-2230 but you will give up the PoE. But, for many like myself, a PoE camera offers a lot a flexibility since you only need to run a single cable and you don't have to worry about wireless signal strength where you want to mount the camera.

NOON VR Headset.
     Sun, Nov 15 2015 | 4:00P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the big divide in computing power between desktops and smartphones, are we ready for mobile VR? The Noon VR headset is an attempt to answer that question.

Knoxlabs Knox One Erwin’s Box Cardboard VR Kit Review
     Sun, Nov 15 2015 | 9:00A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"VR is the new in thing obviously, and Google Cardboard is the inexpensive way to get access to it. Some companies have come out with their own special version of cardboard like Knoxlabs which is what I have for review today, but this on is called Erwin’s Box and it’s theme is based on Schrodinger’s Cat. Great looking box that does the job for sure. Read on to learn more.. "

Leap HD 3D VR Glasses Review
     Wed, Nov 04 2015 | 9:00A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we have the first gadget test on OCinside.de - Gadgets on OCinside? Yes, because in addition to the great PC hardware, which we regularly test and daily publish in our news, there are plenty of interesting gadgets for the PC and of course for the mobile devices, without we no longer want to leave the house - the smartphone. Today's smartphone gadget we want to introduce according to the recently published gamescom report. These VR glasses are designed to provide the world of virtual reality for just 20 Euro in combination with a smartphone. And that may be something? For sure! For this purpose we test also a Bluetooth gamepad that you can use as a camera remote release alike, as well as for smartphone remote control and operation of the Cardboard VR goggles.

D-Link DCS-2630L: 180 Degree, HD WiFi 802.11ac Camera
     Wed, Oct 28 2015 | 9:01A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"D-Link this morning announced the release of the full-HD DCS-2630L WiFi camera. This 802.11ac WiFi security/monitoring camera features a 180 degree field of view and full 1080p video support. D-Link sent out the camera to us last week as a review sample and I've been trying it out and happy with the results as a new indoor security camera."

Gigabyte Brix Projector Review
     Tue, Sep 08 2015 | 5:08P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
With the Brix Projector, Gigabyte has a small form factor PC in its portfolio, which comes with a built-in mini projector and it is based on Intel's Haswell platform. Apart from that the system features an attractive price and even the performance might be on a very reasonable level, since there is an Intel i3-U-series CPU inside.

Amkov AMK5000S Sports Action Camera Review
     Sun, Sep 06 2015 | 9:01A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
You can spend a small fortune on an action cam or you score this Amkov AMK5000S for £70 in the UK. Indeed Gearbest, the company that sent us the AMK5000S, sells the cam for US$70 which is even cheaper. That’s pretty amazing when you consider the package includes a waterproof housing and a selection of mounts. If you want to attach the Amkov to your car windscreen or surfboard you’ll probably have to invest in some after-market accessories, however the package sets you on the path to action cam happiness.

Eyefi Mobi 8GB @ LanOC Reviews
     Thu, Aug 13 2015 | 9:01A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Considering how often I spend taking photos in the office as well as all of our photos when at events. I can say without a doubt that having to pull the SD card out of the camera, walk across the room and plug it into the PC, then sit down and pull everything off of the card takes up far more time than it should be. Eyefi has been on the market for a long time with their WiFi enabled cards but for various reasons I have always put off getting on. Recently I decided that we should check them out and finally see if they are worth all of the hype. So today we are going to take a look at their standard Eyefi Mobi in an 8GB capacity while using it for photos around the house and the office.

Piper nv iControl security network review
     Fri, Jul 31 2015 | 9:01A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Like with every aspect of our modern lives, securing your home is becoming as connected as the rest of it. There are apps and companion hardware available, which is exactly what we are looking at today. It is known as the Piper nv iControl Network, which incorporates everything from a security camera to window and door monitors and smart home features such as automated power-saving plugs. It is a full suite of contemporary security and management systems for your home and with families in mind. That means set up and installation is touted as engineer free, simplistic and fast. All controls are app based, so should not be too difficult to figure out, but will all of this be worth its retail price?

PAPAGO! GoSafe 520 Dashcam
     Sat, Jul 18 2015 | 12:03P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
In the past few years, a new trend has emerged that not only aims to help drivers document their travels, but provides video and audio evidence in the case of an accident. The use of dashcams is not a new concept by any means; we have all seen footage from law enforcement vehicles and those crazy Russian dashcam videos that are all the rage right now. PAPAGO!, a Taiwanese company established in 2001, is a leader in providing easy to use cameras that provide high quality imagery. While PAPAGO! has been focused on the European and Asian markets, they have recently expanded into the American market, and today they bring us the GoSafe 520 dashcam. This model touts what PAPAGO! calls Ultra WHD with a maximum resolution of 2560×1080, as well as more standard resolutions of 1080p and 720p. Hop on in and buckle up, as we take the PAPAGO! GoSafe 520 dashcam for a little ride.

Compro TN900RW 720P PTZ Network Camera Review
     Thu, May 07 2015 | 12:01P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
"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… "

BT Smart Home Cam 100 review
     Tue, May 05 2015 | 9:00A | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Once upon a time, protecting your home with security cameras was a pipe dream for the paranoid. It was not just seen as unnecessary, but impractical, ungodly expensive and even if you did set up a network, where would you store the low quality recorded footage? Today, with the advent of minuscule, HD cameras and high-speed web connectivity it is both practical and affordable. That is why companies such as BT are getting in on the action … with a wireless home monitoring system – the BT Smart Home Cam 100. Recording at 720P and featuring motion sensing and night vision technologies, this is a very versatile little interior camera, with a smart appearance. Is it worth it and does it deliver on its promises? Today we find out.

Intel Showcases RealSense 3D Camera Apps
     Fri, May 01 2015 | 12:02P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Intel gathered a number of software developer and hardware manufacturing partners together this week in New York to showcase the latest technologies and innovations that Intel's RealSense 3D camera technology can enable. From new interactive gaming experiences to collaboration, 3D mapping and gesture control, the technology holds promise that could someday reinvent how we interact with PCs. The camera technology itself integrates a depth sensor and a full color 1080p HD camera together with standard technologies like dual array mics, but with an SDK, processing engine and 3rd party software that can allow the camera module to sense environmental variables, more like humans do...

Netgear Arlo HD Wireless Smart Home Security Camera Review
     Sun, Apr 12 2015 | 4:12P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Netgear's Arlo HD wire-free smart home security camera kit promises 100% wire free home security. Come and check out Tyler's full review."

Club3D SenseVision Adapters Review
     Fri, Apr 03 2015 | 12:01P | Imaging | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The range of SenseVision hardware from Club3D consists of products that are intelligent, expensive and rather impressive. The common theme is that the devices rely on the epic bandwidth offered by USB 3.0 and they fall into three categories which are Docking Stations, Multi Stream Transport Hubs and USB graphics. These respectively add new ports, redirect your video signal to a variety of ports or add new graphics connectors to your PC, laptop or tablet.

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