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Yi Home Camera 3 - AI powered Home Surveillance

... amera, or motion-detected recording for up to 5 cameras. On the website the plans are split into Standard or Premium, which if you read it carefully enough, is just marketing speak for what the app offe ...

QNAP TVS-673e Business NAS with Multimedia Focus

... cameras.   Interesting QNAP Features With all that processing power it might be tempting to use the NAS as a PC by attaching a keyboard, mouse, and HDMI display. Entirely doable. USB QuickAccess ...

Affordable Android - ZTE Blade V7 Plus Reviewed

... external storage Operating System: Android Marshmallow 6 Ports: 3.5mm; Micro USB, MicroSD Card (on SIM tray) Display: 5.2” FHD IPS, 1920 x 1080 Capacitive Touch Cameras: Rear 13MP rear camera with Auto ...

Two Bays are Better than One - Synology's DS715 Reviewed

... ly, NAS devices have been primarily used to deliver and store vast amounts of data over networks. In our DS115 review we looked at how Synology's NAS devices can work with IP cameras to create a powerful surveil ...

Zeiss VR One: a Virtual Reality Work in Progress

...  see how it all panned out for me.     Zeiss is a well-known optical company that has been making lenses for cameras and microscopes for well over 150 years. And apparently, good qualit ...

QNAP HS-210 Silent NAS

... ect and manage multiple IP cameras remotely, including real-time monitoring, video recording, playback, and event notifications. Notes Station - Enables users to create digital notebooks on the private c ...

Hands-on with Polaroid's budget Q8 tablet

Polaroid's not just about cameras. In fact, the company typically debuts a new tablet or two at CES. This year's no different: tonight we got a look at its latest cheapo, the Q Series slate. The Q7 go ...

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