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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Some cool changes in Synology DSM 5.1

Synology again adds value to their NAS with the latest update to DSM 5.1.







Wednesday, October 22, 2014

iFive Mini 3GS hard to wake up?

Some owners of the iFive Mini 3GS tablet may have experimented troubles when waking up the device or even screen going black randomly while in use...but it turns out that the tablet itself is not to blame ...






Thursday, August 14, 2014

Dash Cam G50 Review

The G50 (BL850) is a variant of the G55W reviewed here earlier, trading the IR lights and WIFI for better chipset (NTK 96650) and sensor (AR0330).






Friday, August 8, 2014

Dash Cam G55W Review

The G55W (aka LD500) is a cute little HD cam dash with Wi-Fi connectivity for an affordable price. It deserves a closer look...








Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Firmware update for BlackView G90 dash cam: r404M

The firmware version r404M for G90 (A7LA70 version) introduces and improved audio recording, more choice of video resolutions and the LDWS feature.



Friday, August 1, 2014

Dash Cam G90 Review

The G90 car DVR from Shenzen DOME Technology (aka BL950) is a new Full HD device based on the Ambarella chipset A7 and Omnivision sensor.

It doesn't go unnoticed in the Dash Cam community.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Amovision AM-C610-WIFI vs Wansview NCM623W


It's time to replace some bulky low-res IP Cameras with sleek HD models.
The two models reviewed here cost around 50€ and balance the lack of PTZ with a wider focal, a compact casing and a complete set of features.





In one corner, the Amovision AM-Q610-WIFI, based on the excellent Hi3510 chipset reviewed ealier.

On the other side, the Wansview NCM623W. It has a familiar look because it reuses the casing of a widespread VGA model, but here we've got a 720P version, with the very same feature as his opponent.


Monday, May 19, 2014

Outdoor IP Camera Amovision AM-Q6320-WIFI


For roughly 70€, the AM-Q6320-WIFI is the cheapest Wireless and HD outdoor camera I could find, and yet, it does the job...