Reviews and Problems with Logitech Alert 750i Master System
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Logitech Alert 750i Video Security System…
12 May 2011
Excerpt: At this point, though we passionately want to dive right into the reasons Alert 750i didn’t turn out to be as spectacular as we hoped, we’re going to freeze time for a few paragraphs and explain its positives. If you’re a PC user, you might care more about them than what’s in the rest of this review.
Excerpt: Even though, we live only fifteen miles from downtown Seattle, my family and I live (in some peoples’ opinions) out in the sticks. We live at the end of a long gravel road. We can not see our neighbors or the county road we live on. My wife and I worry about security and have used ADT security monitoring for years. At least for our situation, I find their protection and service mediocre at best.
Pros: - Quick & Easy Setup, - Intuitive/Useful software, - Web viewing via multiple platforms/OS's, - PC-free recording, - Expandable, - Motion-Triggered Alerts and Recording
Cons: - Windows-only, - Not wireless, - Requires an accessible outlet, - Cameras occasionally need to be reset (only happened to me once so far)
Excerpt: The Good Good video quality. Simple powerline Ethernet. Web and iPhone access. Wide viewing angle. The Bad Disappointing motion detection. Low-gain microphone. Relatively expensive. No Mac desktop app. Hardware and setting up Both of the 750 series systems offer identical HD video quality, while the 750i we're reviewing today is the indoor model and the 750e is the waterproof and night vision enabled outdoor version.
Pros: Good video quality., Simple powerline Ethernet., Web and iPhone access., Wide viewing angle.
Cons: Disappointing motion detection., Low-gain microphone., Relatively expensive., No Mac desktop app.