There are so many NAs enclosures to choose from, but where does one start for home surveillance? If you have one or a few Reolink security cameras at hand and ready to go, we've rounded up the best NAS enclosures to use as a hub for all your home security.
There are plenty of affordable security cameras that promise exceptional recording quality, but that's simply not the case. Priced at below $50, the Reolink E1 Pro is not expensive but Reolink knows a thing or two about making solid home surveillance equipment. I'm taking one for a spin to see how it fares and whether it's worth hooking up to your NAS.
Choosing the right network switch for your home (or office) security cameras is incredibly important. Buying a few cameras is a considerable investment, but it'll all be for nothing if you cannot use them effectively. A PoE switch is where you'll need to start and we've got all the details right here.
Looking for a budget-friendly security camera to help protect your household? The Reolink RLC-410 promises on paper, but how does it fare during setup and when connected to a NAS/NVR? We took one for a spin to find out.
Adding your Reolink security camera to a Synology NAS enclosure is incredibly easy. All you need is Synology's Surveillance Station software installed and a few moments of your time. This guide will run you through the process.
Reolink is a fairly common name for home security and its catalog of cameras is relied upon by homeowners to keep their property secured. We took the RLC-511W for a spin to see how it fares out in the field and when connected to NAS enclosures.
Records and streams 720p HD video with a 120-degree field of view. Has night vision capabilities and motion detection. You can control it via the SimpliSafe mobile app. Sends notifications when it detects unusual activity. Use optional cloud storage.
The Wyze camera records in 1080p video. The night vision feature uses six infrared LEDs. The camera lens has a 110 degree field of view. You can pan 360 degrees horizontally and tilt 93 degrees vertically in less than three seconds.