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flydog said:k2kw said:Without the eGPU support this feels unfinished. More like 0.8 version. And why can’t they have 32 or 64 GB RAM . Step backwards. Are they trying for it to be no so successful.Both the 21.5” and 27” iMacs are more expensive and have a slower GPU.
@Madan, do the Arlo cameras connect to your home WiFi or only to the base station. One Arlo base station would not cover the whole house.I hope they come out with outlet powered cameras. I would not want to take out a ladder every month to recharge batteries.
I was considering installing SecuritySpy on an old Mac Mini and connecting my POE camera to my Mac Mini. My current NVR has such horrible software that it is almost unusable. The last time I checked the camera footage was a few years ago when a neighbors house was broken into. Only good thing is that it is reliable and it has a UPS, NVR, and an 8 port POE router in one.I was hoping that HomeKit security camera good offer secure, maybe even local, storage and a useable interface. If no cameras are going to support true HomeKit integration with secure iCloud or local storage, I’ll have to buy a UPS, POE router, and SecuritySpy software.
StrangeDays said:This is awesome. I'd been asking why security camera companies couldn't let you use your own cloud storage (rather than their too-expensive monthly subscriptions), and here's the framework for it. Will buy. Would love to see some NAS system get in on the game, so we can use whatever-brand POE cameras, and have the NAS software integrate with HK Video.