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Ooma Butterfleye Smart Security Camera with Facial Recognition :: Posted On October 10, 2018
Ooma Butterfleye Smart Security Camera with Facial Recognition
Recently Ooma has been branching out into the smart home segment utilizing their VoIP Telo units as a hub. Their smart home/home security offering has all the devices you would expect... cameras, motion sensors, door/window sensors, smoke alarms, water sensors, etc. But today we are looking at their latest product, the Ooma Butterfleye, which is an HD wireless security camera with facial recognition.
Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Smart Notebook :: Posted On October 04, 2018
Rocketbook Everlast Reusable Smart Notebook
If you are not familiar with Rocketbook, they make reusable notebooks and originally came out with the Rocketbook Wave. While the Wave's concept of using a microwave to erase your notes is pretty cool, it does have a limitation of 5 uses per page, and well of course you need a microwave. Then they came along with the Rocketbook Everlast, which promises unlimited uses and simple erasing with any damp towel so long as you use the right pen.
Bond Home Smart Ceiling Fan Controller :: Posted On August 09, 2018
Bond Home Smart Ceiling Fan Controller
The Bond Home Smart Ceiling Fan Controller is a device that promises to make your non-smart home devices smart, providing they are controlled by RF (Radio Frequency) or IR (Infrared). Using the Bond Home you can not only control ceiling fans; but air conditioners, garage doors, etc. Not only does it claim to give you full control of these devices remotely, you also can control these devices with Amazon Alexa and Google Home products.
ZOOZ ZSE18 Z-Wave Plus Motion Sensor with Magnetic Base :: Posted On August 04, 2018
ZOOZ ZSE18 Z-Wave Plus Motion Sensor with Magnetic Base
The ZOOZ ZSE18 Z-Wave Plus motion sensor with magnetic base is an excellent choice for anyone looking to add a motion sensor to their Z-Wave powered home automation system. It is compatible with a handful of hubs, and I found that it works very well with SmartThings. Whether you want to use it as a security device, or merely to make your life more convenient by turning on lights as you pass by in the dark, it will work very well.
EZVIZ 4-Camera 4K Security System with 2TB HDD NVR :: Posted On August 02, 2018
EZVIZ 4-Camera 4K Security System with 2TB HDD NVR
EZVIZ continues to expand their line of cameras and NVR systems. The EZVIZ 4K UltraHD wired kit includes four cameras and a 2TB NVR, and it is one of their newest systems. A while back I reviewed the EZVIZ Husky and was impressed with the build and image quality, as well as the excellent night vision. When EZVIZ sent over the 4K UltraHD Wired Kit I was eager to see how this system would stack up considering my high opinion of the Husky.
D-Link DCS-8300LH 1080p WiFi Indoor Security Camera :: Posted On July 31, 2018
D-Link DCS-8300LH 1080p WiFi Indoor Security Camera
In this review we are taking a look at the recently released D-Link Full HD Wi-Fi indoor security camera model DCS-8300LH. This camera appears to be positioned between their 1080p 180-degree camera (model 2530L) and their 720p camera (model 935L). It features a 1080p resolution, with a more standard field of view (FOV), and also has their newer design shape that features a large round housing at the top which contains all the guts to the device.

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Crucial P1 1000GB NVMe M.2 SSD
In this review I'll be going over the Crucial P1. The P1 is a new drive from Crucial that combines the Micron 3D QLC NAND technology with a NVMe PCI Express based controller. The drive is M.2 form factor and comes in capacities of 500GB and 1000GB. hardwareasylum.com
TP-Link Archer C5400X Gaming Router
TP-Link is a well-known name in the home network realm, and they have even expanded to offering many IoT devices as well. But keeping within the networking realm, TP-Link has released their latest gaming-focused router, the Archer C5400X. As the name implies, the AC5400X offers tri-band Wi-Fi speeds of up to 5400 Mpbs across both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. In addition to the fast wireless options, there is also an 8-port gigabit Ethernet switch for your wired devices, and multiple USB ports for external device connectivity. Backed up by an easy-to-use interface, the C5400X is pushing hard to replace your existing solution. Will it be enough to dethrone your current gear? Follow along to see how it performs! thinkcomputers.org
RHA MA750 Wireless Headphones
The RHA MA750 Wireless is the company's best wireless pair of in-ear monitors. They are based on the extremely popular wired model MA750 known and liked for its excellent price-performance ratio. Those are big shoes to fill, so let's find out if the transition to wireless was successful. techpowerup.com
Omen by HP 27 Gaming Monitor
HP isn't perhaps the first company that springs to mind when it comes to PC gaming but its Omen brand has been steadily making a name for itself thanks to some stylish PCs and laptops. Now it has branched out into desktop monitors too, and the Omen by HP 27 makes a striking impression. kitguru.net
EKWB Velocity CPU and Vector GPU Water Block
Coinciding with the release of Nvidia's RTX series of graphics cards, EKWB has launched their new line of water blocks for both GPUs and CPUs . The Velocity (CPU) and Vector (GPU) lines are part of a larger premium line up called Quantum. "It has been five years since EK initially introduced the CSQ design language, the first of its kind. modders-inc.com
CORSAIR Force Series MP510 960GB NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD
CORSAIR just launched the Force Series MP510 NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD and with performance numbers reaching 3480MB/s for reads and 3000MB/s for writes and endurance numbers far beyond those of its immediate competition it's as impressive as we were hoping it would be. nikktech.com
Crucial P1 NVMe M.2 SSD 1 TB
Crucial has finally released their first M.2 NVMe solid-state-drive. The Crucial P1 SSD is built using QLC NAND flash, which is the next generation in flash memory, promising lower cost per GB than previous technologies. In our testing we see good results that are competitive with popular TLC drives like the Samsung 970 EVO and the Intel 760p. techpowerup.com
Nvidia RTX 2070 Founders Edition Video Card
So just over 3 weeks ago both the RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 were unveiled. You can find my reviews of the RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2080 at those links. While both were extremely fast, they were also expensive and a lot of the main features weren't really out yet. With those at the top of Nvidia's product stack that left a lot of people wondering what to do for builds that aren't as expensive as a used car. Some people just decided to go with last generation cards, but today the RTX 1070 is finally available and with a $499 starting point it is at least in reach of a lot more people. But before you run out and buy one, let's take a look at how they perform. With the RTX 2070 Founders Edition in hand, I'm also curious to see how different it is than the two other RTX cards so I will take a quick look at that as well. lanoc.org
Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AMP 11 GB Video Card
Zotac's RTX 2080 Ti AMP is the company's current GeForce RTX flagship. The card is built around a large triple-slot, triple-fan cooler that delivers amazing temperatures of only 65C. It's the first custom-design that we review that's sold at a price matching the NVIDIA Founders Edition: $1,299. techpowerup.com
ASUS ROG Strix Hero II GL504GM Laptop
Back in June ASUS announced new versions of its Hero and Scar gaming laptops. We then got a closer look at the Scar II when we visited ASUS HQ in August and we knew its release wasn't far away. That brings us to today where we finally have our hands on the Strix Hero II GL504GM. In this review we put it through its paces to find out if this is a must have laptop for gamers on the go and whether it is worth the 1800 asking price. kitguru.net
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