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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...

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

ATM7039: the Novo 9 Spark II

Many new SoC will emerge during 2014 to replace the popular RK3188 and A31 (the most anticipated being probably the RK3288).

In the meantime, I decided to try the first tablet equipped with the quad-core ATM7039 from Actions: the Ainol Novo 9 Spark II (aka Firewire II)

Monday, January 13, 2014

Cheapest DVB-T add-on for Synology Diskstation

Synology has a list of User Reported Compatible DVB-T Sticks, most of them ranging from 10 to 100€.

There're even cheaper devices perfectly fit for the job, such as this little gizmo...

Thursday, December 12, 2013

New Firmware for Visture V97HD (20131120)

After nearly 6 months without noticeable activity around the RK3188 devices from most tablet manufacturers, any new release is good to take...

Friday, August 30, 2013

RK3188 Tablet: Visture V97HD review

The Visture V97HD is the quad-core successor of the V5HD and shares the specs with most RK3188-based tablets on the market like the Cube U9GT5, Chuwi V99, Yuandao N90FHD, and Hyundai Play X900.
With so many similar tablets on the market, the difference is in the details...

Monday, August 5, 2013

RK3188 Tablet: Pipo Max M6 review

I have a preference for the 9.7" tablets, but almost changed my mind earlier for the 10.1" because Pipo only had the M9 available.

But all is well now as the Pipo Max-M6 is here, and with interesting twists that made it worth waiting for...

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Setting your Android device to your Language

If your brand new Android device was not set in your own language, finding the right settings can sometimes be challenging without visual clues.

This very short illustrated guide can be used for Android smartphones version 4.x onward.