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6.5 out of 10

Axis M1031-W

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Axis M1031-W Network Camera

PC Magazine
8 May 2010
  • Conclusion: For a home user or a small business, the M1031-W Network Camera along with a supported NAS device such as Iomega's line of NASes, makes a relatively low-cost, easy-to-setup video surveillance solution.
  • Pros: Decent video streaming. Connect via Ethernet or wirelessly. Small and concealable. Has motion-detection sensor. Supports two-way audio.
  • Cons: Only support 802.11 b/g. No Gigabit Ethernet. Software that ships with the device does not detect the camera on the network and is frustrating to use.
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AXIS M1031-W Reviewed

SmallNetBuilder
2 January 2010
  • Conclusion: Entry level wireless SD network camera with strong feature set
  • Pros: Lots of features, Solid construction, Wireless connectivity
  • Cons: Night vision (in the absence of motion) is manual via a light, Picture is grainy compared to M1054, Field of view is much smaller than the M1054, Wireless is only 802.11b/g vs. n
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Expert Review

Techware Labs
29 August 2009
  • Excerpt: Security cameras are something the average consumer would see at an office building or your common store parking lot. These types of security cameras are usually close circuit cameras with miles of co-ax cables running to a central security office and can only be viewed at this one location. The next option on the market today which is a lot more affordable, are network connected via RJ45 which are nick named IP cameras.
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