Reviews and Problems with Logitech Alert 750e Outdoor Master System
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Working fine for 3 years now.
23 January 2014
Summary: Bought this system directly from the Logitech web site. Two outdoor cameras have been up for 3 years now and working fine. Just wanted to pass on the reminder that you should plug the network adapter directly into the wall socket and not a power strip or surge protector that somehow reduces the...
Summary: With increasing suspicious solicitors in my neighborhood I've been wanting a front entry camera. I spent a lot of time doing research and almost purchased a zmodo DVR type system, or a drop cam.
Here's the best way to setup these cameras - no need for power outlets
22 May 2013
Summary: There are a ton of reviews here so I won't repeat everything about the system itself, but here is the absolute best way to setup these cameras: 1. Make sure your home router and cable/DSL/fiber modem are all connected to a UPS. 2.
Cons: So this $250 camera stores up to 2 weeks of video internally. That's great. But it's not going to help if someone rips the camera off the wall and walks away with it before video is downloaded off of it. I would say that this is a major problem.
Summary: I really like this system. I have been using the Vue wireless cameras, which are very handy because of the ease of placement and absolute independence of wiring (they use batteries), but the picture quality is not great. It IS with the 700e! Very clear and vibrant.
Summary: For the money invested, this system has done an excellent job, minor website outages, and very minor problems. It would be nice if you could turn on your computer from their website, because sometimes their is a power outage that knocks my computer offline.
Good but could be so much better, Mac support poor
Dennis Bradley Price "yeldarb68", Amazon
1 September 2012
Summary: The physical build quality and performance of this device are excellent. The video image is very sharp and responsive. The Powerline Networking functionality works surprisingly well, and makes it very convenient to locate the camera anywhere there's nearby access to an electrical outlet.
Summary: Software does tell you if memory is formated, just says format. Doesn't show size of memory. Instructions doesn't tell you that the eithernet doesn't have to be pluged in when your PC is off. I bought 2 cameras and both had bad memory cards, drove me nuts figuring it out. No fix from Mfr.