P2P Technology This technology is made for easy setup process by using your own ID and Password to monitor live view and recorded video over the Internet on your PC, tablet, or smartphone devices. It helps you setup your devices easily and simply within few minutes.
WiFi Pan & Tilt indoor Camera – Clear VGA(640X480) Resolution – Viewing angle: 60 degrees – 2 way Audio – 10 pcs IR LEDs / Built-in IR-Cut Filter – Pan & Tilt (355° Pan & 90° Tilt) – Ultra low-light high sensitivity CMOS image sensor – Support up to 32GB SDHC Micro SD Card Class 10 – Operating Temper: 0 ° – 55 ° C (14 ° F-122 ° F) – Specification: DC 5V / 2.5A 1.5 meter – Power Consumption: 5 Watts – Product Dimension: 3.7″ x 3.9″ x 4.9″ – Product Weight: <1 lbs
Package Includes – 2 pcs Indoor 10 LED IR Security WiFi Pan & Tilt Camera – 2 pcs Ethernet Cable for Camera initial setup – 2 pcs Camera mount – 2 pcs Mounting Screw set – CD and Quick Setup Guide
Remote Video Streaming to Smartphone, Tablet and PC
Motion Alert Notification on Apps and via Email Letting You Know if Something Happens When You’re Away.
Indoor Use Only | Requires Internet Access and Power Outlet
Video Recording on Micro SD Card, CMS / Smartphone Recording
SD7+ wireless video monitoring system with 7″ LCD monitor and two wireless cameras. The Lorex LIVE SD+ Series is a wireless home camera system with SD card recording. This is a fast and easy way to add video security to your home or small business providing video signal that is clear, secure, and interference-free. The digital wireless micro-receiver easily plugs directly into your TV, DVR or surveillance monitor. Set up the security camera near the front or back doors, garage, backyard, patio, kid’s room, or any location that you would like to keep an eye on. No need to run video cables between the cameras and the receiver. With the LIVE SD+ digital wireless technology, installation is made easy! Just connect the camera and receiver to a nearby power outlet and you’re all set. Protect your home, family or business with ease using the Lorex LIVE SD+ digital wireless video security system. Continue reading →
Well. Are they? That depends on your definition of “sport,” probably, but looking at this article in the New York Times profiling professional gamers, it’s hard to make a case against the idea. The article examines the Evil Geniuses, a team of Starcraft II players that spend 12 hours a day locked in the Lair, a homebase where they train for competitions in the real-time strategy game. (Not familiar with the genre? You maneuver a tiny army with clicks of a mouse. It’s complicated–chess, not checkers.) However you feel about the idea of video-sports, though, one thing’s for sure: there’s money in it. Next month, a tournament at Staples Center will award $1 million to the first-place finishers in a bout of the game League of Legends. [New York Times]