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Oregon Scientific - All Terrain Action Camera by Oregon Scientific
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I bought this to for filming idiot drivers on my cycle commute to work, and with the supplied mounts it attaches easily and securely either to my bicycle or helmet. A ring mount round the camera's body means it can be mounted at any angle perpendicular to the camera's axis.

It's basically a ruggedised weatherproof webcam, running off a pair of AA batteries. Picture quality is good in daylight, but its low-light response is poor, so it's not much use at night. There's a rolling shutter so vertical lines get sheared during pans, but it's not too bad. Unfortunately sound quality is very poor indeed, practically useless. The 32MB internal memory won't last long so you really do need… Read more
StarTech.com M/F Replacement PS/2 Keyboard to USB &hellip by StarTech
62 of 62 people found the following review helpful
Don't bother purchasing this if you have a plain PS/2 keyboard you wish to use in a USB port.

This adapter will only work for those keyboards that have combined PS/2 and USB logic within them, it won't magically make any old PS/2 keyboard work with a USB port.

It's only any use to replace an adapter that comes with a PS/2 / USB keyboard.
Professional Apache Tomcat 5 (Programmer to Progra&hellip by Vivek Chopra
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good to see Wrox back, 28 Jun 2004
Development of the Apache project's Tomcat JSP and Servlet engine continues apace, and again, Wrox has done a good job in swiftly getting a book to market which covers the latest version.
Wrox's earlier book by many of the same authors, 'Professional Apache Tomcat' covered versions 3 and 4. This book no longer contains any material specific to version 3, but has had a major overhaul and concentrates on Tomcat 5, though it's still useful and relevant to administrators working with version 4.1 and up.
Like its predecessor, the book covers the installation and management of Tomcat in great depth on both Unix and Windows. Its Unix coverage is geared towards Linux in favour of any… Read more

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