3GNet Technology launched its RT6216S 16 channel standalone DVR system at the show.
The new DVR system has 16 channel input and 16 channel loop out, new function for picture in picture (PIP) in live and DVR playback mode, 4 x HDD space (2 x removable HDD) which can take over 800 GB HDD space, motion detection function and 16 channel alarm input, 4 x audio input/2 x audio output.
"The standalone DVR system will take over the PC-based DVR system very soon," says Jacky Chen, 3GNet technology director, "because the standalone DVR will become more user friendly and more stable than the PC-based DVR. Also, in the remote control side, we know that most of the standalone DVRs did not support dial-up modem and only support LAN function, which means if you want to use the remote control function on a standalone DVR, you have to use leased line which supports a fixed IP address. But now you have more choice, the South African ADSL line can support fixed IP address now, and ADSL costs less than leased line. So the standalone DVR will become the high priority when end-users choose a DVR system."
For more information contact Jacky Chen, 3GNet Technology, [email protected]
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