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TRENDNet TV-IP422W Wireless IP Camera Server with 2-way Audio - The Package

Do you want a way to check up on your systems while out of the house? TRENDNets TV-IP422W Wireless IP Camera Server with 2-way audio may do the trick.

| Network Cameras in Networking | Posted: May 15, 2009 12:15 pm
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: TRENDnet

The Package

 

As with other products from TRENDNet, the TV-IP422W comes in an attractive box with a decent image of the device on the front. You also get a nice list of highlighted features that would certainly draw your interest if you saw this on the shelf.

 

TRENDNet TV-IP422W Wireless IP Camera Server with 2-way Audio

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The back of the box has the usual diagram to show you how the TV-IP422W fits into your network.

 

TRENDNet TV-IP422W Wireless IP Camera Server with 2-way Audio

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Inside we have all of the goodies. TRENDNet provides a mounting bracket with screws, a quick start guide that is very well done, a CD-ROM with a complete manual and applications for setup and monitoring, a CAT-5 Ethernet cable and a GPIO terminal block for the GPIO connection and of course a power cord.

 

TRENDNet TV-IP422W Wireless IP Camera Server with 2-way Audio

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TRENDNet TV-IP422W Wireless IP Camera Server with 2-way Audio

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