EnGenius wireless 2.4GHz & 5GHz dual band Access point with IP camera can solve significant security challenges at voice and data applications.
EnGenius indoor Mesh Access point camera is a new concept of dual band concurrent, high power, high sensitivity and strong reliablility for enterprise solutions. Easy setup and installation for combination of two products – Access point and IP camera, one PoE or DC power solve the power input, and single UI interface for all configurations.
To integrate the hotspot service and surveillance, EWS1025CAM not only wireless mesh access point extends wireless access over large, metro scale areas, eliminates costly Ethernet cabling to every Wi-Fi access point, but also provides high resolution video streaming for security. It can be easily deployed and maintained with no configuration deployment and recovery capacity.
Extended signal range from high-gain antenna arrays reduce the number of mesh nodes typically required. The EWS1025CAM is a component of the EWS Neutron Series Switches, delivering a robust wireless network with maximum capacity and uptime, the wireless mesh can be seamlessly deployed as an extension of wired and wireless networks, with central management through controllers.
No IT experts required for installation, system automatically determines the optimal network topology and maintains the best connections between mesh nodes. The centralize functions of the wireless LAN to provide scalable management, advanced security, seamless mobility, and proven reliability.
The Z4 Aurora is pure gadget. It’s a nice looking portable WXGA (1280×800) projector with 802.11ac Wi-Fi that adorably says “hello, gimi” as it boots into its custom Android 4.3 skin. It can be controlled by the included Bluetooth remote that doubles as a surprisingly handy on-screen pointer (enabled with a vigorous shake); or by a keyboard and mouse you supply; or by a very useful app that’s freely available to download for iOS or Android. And unlike many so-called pico projectors, this one’s really bright, pumping out a reported 700 ANSI lumens while maintaining a relatively small footprint of 7.72 x 7.72 x 1.97 inches (196 x 196 x 50mm) and 2.65 pounds (1.2kg). It’s also very quiet, rated below 30dB according to XGIMI. And wow, is it versatile.
Content can be sourced over the two HDMI jacks or the USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports. Better yet, because it’s running Android you can download apps directly into the projector’s 16GB of onboard storage, and then login to Netflix, Plex, Hulu, YouTube, VLC, etc, and stream your content over Wi-Fi or built-in Ethernet. It supports Miracast, DLNA, and even AirPlay (XGIMI tells me it developed its own solution for video) to mirror or “cast” your media from a PC, Mac, Android, or iOS device. AirPlay worked fine from my MacBook, but I was never able to AirPlay from my iPhone 6 Plus.
The Z4 Aurora handled everything I threw at it without stutter. 1080p video played without hiccups over AirPlay as did a 4K MKV video stored on a USB 2.0 thumb drive. In both cases, the Z4 Aurora down-sampled the video to 720p. I even watched 10 minutes of a 1080p 3D movie served over Plex thanks to the active 3D glasses XGIMI bundled with my review unit (it created a dimly lit 3D effect which some people seem to enjoy). Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube all streamed without issue as well, though they were again limited to 720p resolution. And after an early issue with HDMI (more on that later), I was also able to use the Z4 Aurora with my Apple TV. Business users can even turn the Z4 Aurora into a Wi-Fi hotspot and then use a smartphone or other device to project or control Office documents and PDFs.
Xgimi’s H1 is a powerful, portable all-in-one home theater projector
The Xgimi H1 has automatic keyframe adjustment, and it’s effective enough that I was able to get a clear, aligned picture working pretty much out of the box with minimal fuss. That’s a huge advantage, especially when the total package is small enough that you can see yourself moving the projector around frequently to use it indifferent places (more on this later).
The picture quality is good – crisp and clear, with bright, vivid colors. It’s not the kind of projector that can contend with a whole lot of ambient light, however, so don’t expect to use this in the middle of the day with the windows unblocked by curtains. It’s 900 ANSI lumens are still effective with reasonable measures taken to prevent too much light getting in, like thick curtains or whenever used in the evening, however – which is true even for most home theater projectors that cost $500 to $1,000 more than the H1.