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D-Link's wi-fi cameras provide the sort of thing you're looking for. There are a number of models, and which one you need depends entirely on your use-case so I won't recommend one, but the page I linked above gives an overview of all the types. They're wifi cameras, which is definitely wireless There's an interface (not sure if web or not, but probably ...


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The Logitech MX Master has a configurable scroll wheel which you can customize to either click-by-click or autoscroll. Quote (emphasis mine): Speed-adaptive scroll wheel Scroll through long documents or web pages faster and easier. The precision wheel auto-shifts from click-to-click to hyper-fast scroll. Logitech Options™ software lets you customize this ...


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I've recommended it previously, but I think it fits here too. I recommend the ASUS RT-AC66U. It has 4 Ethernet ports (all 1GB/s) Mine covers a 2800+ sqft house from end to end, with it situated in the basement at one end. It supports several different wireless security standards. Notably, it does NOT support WEP, which means you can't select that very ...


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Routers and WiFi devices have to undergo certification to have the "WiFi" branding. Any router that does not have a 2.4 Ghz radio would not be backwards compatible with IEEE 802.11 b/g/n and may not qualify for the "WiFi" branding. I have never seen a "WiFi" router with only a 5 Ghz radio. But you can disable the 2.4 Ghz radio in many routers though. It is ...


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For Commercial Use: We have been using Open-Mesh access points at my work (specifically the OM5p-AC) and I love 'em. They connect to each other wirelessly, but I don't think they will connect to your existing wireless network wirelessly. I recommend that you buy two. Hardwire one to the router. The second one will connect wirelessly to the first one and act ...


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I would not use wireless because wireless will be too erratic performance for your need. Instead, use a couple of POE cameras, two long cat5 cables, two POE injectors and a switch or a POE switch, and a laptop to do the recording. All of this would run off a 150W inverter which can run off a car battery. Camera $100 NZ/each http://www.cdlnz.com/index....


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Logitech's wireless mice with Unifying Receivers all have smooth-scrolling middle mouse buttons as far as I know. This listing of all Unifying devices out right now has some good alternatives for you. The M510 is one of the more robust, larger mice they make. Possibly the closest you'll get to the late M505 (RIP) is the M325 which is almost the same size ...


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BlackBox offers professional radio bridge links, but you are not limited to radio: A no-license-required infrared laser bridge can provide one or 10 gigabit/second of bandwidth as described at https://hackaday.com/2016/03/10/gigabit-ethernet-through-the-air/ , at http://www.koruza.net/features/ , and http://quickstart.koruza.net/ for less than two thousand ...


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The FSF has h-node, a database of hardware that works with free operating systems. Currently, the only PCIe WWAN adapter in the list is the Sierra Wireless, Inc. MC8775. There is one caveat, however: some laptop models have a BIOS that will refuse to boot an operating system if a third-party WWAN adapter is found which is not on a “whitelist” of the BIOS. ...


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I've not tried these personally - and as with any headphones, its a good idea to try any headphones for fit (tight headphones cause headaches) and sound quality if possible, but it sounds like considering your fear of EMF, you might want to consider a IR based unit. IR's basically the same technology used in remote controls, is line of sight, and its ...


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I was given multiple answers explaining how it can't be done for various technical reasons. I don't care! Tell me how it can be done, or better, how it is done. Not gonna get far with an attitude like that, but I guess I'll tell you again that what you're looking for doesn't exist. It's impractical to a level where trying to produce and market a product ...


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In order to cover Windows, Android, Mac OS-X, and iOS, you'll need a two part solution. As you've already discovered, Miracast is a wireless display standard. It is effectively HDMI-over-wireless. The Wi-Fi Alliance maintains a list of compatible products. Note that it can be called different things by different vendors; Samsung calls it "AllShare Cast" for ...


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The original Hi-Fi Wi-Fi speaker company, Sonos, seems to be your fit. They have three product lines that are fully inter-operable with each other; in order of increasing quality (and obviously price): the Play 1, 3 and 5 at $200, $300 and $500 respectively. Despite the $50 budget breach per speaker, I include the Play 5 because you'll need at least one (...


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Logitech MX Everywhere 2 seems a good option (when in sale). You can have 3 pc's paired (not at the same time) via bluethooth or use a dongle. It tracks at lot of different surfaces with a decent battery life.


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I can answer your first question: Yes, it is possible to attach several routers to an ethernet switch (not a splitter) and have that switch also connected to an internet gateway. If you set up all of the routers as "Access Points" (no DHCP, no NAT) then they can all share the same wifi SSID and allow clients to hop between them while keeping their IP ...


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This is quite a big question, there are lots of options with various limitations, Simple small options could include this Seeed ARM 433Mhz RF link kit these are just transmitter & receivers they would need a separate microcontroller to operate them as well as some form of battery and voltage regulator. But in depending on what you want you could also use ...


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TL;DR: It doesn't matter, pick a carrier with the best service in your area and get the appropriate SIM. To understand why it doesn't matter, let's understand what a SIM is. A subscriber identity module or subscriber identification module (SIM) is an integrated circuit that is intended to securely store the international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) ...


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With DD-WRT, anything is possible! Try a live demo here. Note that the demo is outdated and many features have been disabled on it. DD-WRT is a custom firmware available for a variety of routers that adds many additional features such as supporting multiple different wireless networks connected to different vlans, hosting a VPN server, and much, much more! ...


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You're absolutely right-it is very very hard to find the right keyboard for everything, but if you want to switch between 3 bluetooth devices at the press of a key in the dark and don't need a full size keyboard, the Logitech K810 seems to be the only one. Tried it in store and was very happy with the build quality but it goes for ~€100. Another option for ...


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Another possibility is this new Apple keyboard, that's to be put into 2018 MacBooks. It has e-ink keys and stuff. source: The Verge (news site)


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One possibility would be not to use the keyboard at all. The Tap is a new device that, after attaching to the fingers, allows one to write just tapping on whatever surface there is, the table, the sofa, even your (or so's) body. I think it requires you to know the layout from memory, but the video shows a guy wearing some VR googles, so I think the actual ...


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I found a 4200 lumen projector on Amazon.com by EUG: EUG 4200 lumen 1080p wireless It is compatible with a variety of different wireless casting programs including Airplay and Miracast.


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This will not work as you intend, i.e. to improve performance/bandwidth on your LAN. This is not a limitation of the wireless protocols (You also would not see an increase in performance using two NIC's (network cards) on the same LAN), it is due to the TCP/IP: For example sending a file from IP 1 to IP 2, the individual file must follow the same path for ...


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I found the answer here, by user spiff (First line edited to match context) Dual band cards cannot connect to two signals at once, the term you are looking for is "simultaneous dual-band" which is also called "dual-band concurrent". I'm not aware of any client card that is. Simultaneous dual-band support is something only APs do, in order to support ...


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This one's pretty easy, really. Pick up the TP-Link HS100 Wi-Fi Smart Plug. It was the first device I found when I searched for "smart outlet." It is $25 It is bog standard 2.4ghz wifi It turns stuff on and off It is still made and supported by TP-Link, which is a large and well-known networking products manufacturer It's easy to use - "there's an app for ...


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I would personally recommend Ubiquiti's UniFi line of infrastructure, which is rather inexpensive and is actually pretty good from what I've seen of it. The UniFi AP (Store page) should be suited for what you want. They would need to be configured by a device running their controller software though (which could be a raspberry pi or other cheap computer.) A ...


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Sierra Wireless MC7455 (mPCIe) or EM7455 (m.2) This devices can also change the USB PID if you run into whitelist issues. Just lookup which USB PID is supported and change it with an AT-command.


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First of all, bluetooth won't provide high quality sound and using the microphone by its standard. From my research I think the SteelSeries Sibera 840 might be a good match, it can be used with most consoles and PCs and includes bluetooth. The catch is it's no earbuds, but then again I doubt you could get proper surround sound from buds...


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Apple TV - $74.50 on newegg.com You can stream your display to your monitor connected to Apple TV (through HDMI) using AirPlay for Apple devices with OS X 10.8 or newer. Or you can use AirParrot 2 software to connect it to your older Mac or Windows PC. Requirements: According to this apple site if your MacBook Pro is from early 2011 or newer. You will ...


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