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Using CCTV Dome Cameras to Protecting Your Business

So you're interested in purchasing a CCTV camera for either home security or for commercial use, but you don't know what type of camera to purchase? Let me suggest dome cameras to you, in this article I'll be going into detail over the advantages of CCTV dome cameras.

A CCTV dome camera is repeatedly outfitted with a dark colored glass dome. As a result of which the camera is concealed in brilliantly. This takes into consideration making the dome design the most inoffensive looking design. In any business arrangement, this has an apparent benefit of not displeasing the consumers very much. Thanks to its dark colored dome, it happens to be a bit complicated to expose which way the camera inside the dome is facing. This creates a bit more insecurity to the individual venturing to cause damage. Besides, if anything the likely criminals have an aversion to it is the insecurity. Accordingly, they will hesitate prior to struggling executing something.

Here are the reasons why I choose CCTV dome cameras:

Vandal proof design

By the virtue of the dome shape, dome cameras are more vandal-proof. First, it is difficult for a vandal to figure out how to approach disabling a camera. Second, before disabling the camera, he would have to deal with the protective dome. So that is a double whammy. As in any crime, time is of essence and the vandal may think twice before attempting to vandalize the camera.

More inconspicuous outlook

A dome camera can be equipped with a tinted dome, usually of a dark color. That hides the camera inside very well. It makes the dome design the most inconspicuous design. In business, that has an advantage of not unduly disturbing the customers.

Less obvious to know what direction the camera is pointing to

Because of the tinted dome, it may be quite difficult to ascertain what direction the camera inside is pointing to. This adds an additional degree of uncertainty to the attempted mischief. And if the potential perpetrators hate something, it is uncertainty. So they will think twice before attempting their act.

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5 Top Gadgets 2013

1. Oculus Rift

Virtual reality is the flying car of our generation. We’ve been promised it for decades through literature, film, and even technology—but until now, it’s just never come to fruition. Enough is enough, though, because the Oculus Rift is what anyone who’s ever wanted a Holodeck of their own has been waiting for. Created for public consumption by a previously unknown hardware startup and funded by Kickstarter, the virtual reality experience delivered by the Oculus’ head-mounted display is at a mind-boggling, other-universe level of immersion. We’ve seen the future—and gaming will never be the same.

2. Pebble

There has been a lot of negative, slanted talk toward Kickstarter lately. Hop on just about any message board or comments section and hear all about startup companies lack of serious investment and accountability to consumers. That’s why the Pebble smartwatch is such a victory for not only indie hardware developers, but also for the entire crowd-sourcing investment model. Pebble is the highest-funded Kickstarter project ever and it’s hands-on unveiling at CES did not disappoint. The slick E-ink display and Bluetooth-powered apps that interface with your iOS or Android smartphone make the Pebble smartwatch the next big thing in wearable devices. In fact, we wouldn’t be surprised to consumer electronic giants try to catch up with a line of smartwatches next year at CES.

3. Lenovo ThinkPad Helix

Finally, a Windows 8 transforming tablet/laptop hybrid that gets it right. This is a serious ultrabook with a Core i7 processor and up to a 256GB SSD that just happens to work eloquently as a detachable tablet as well. As the followup to last year’s ThinkPad Yoga model, the Helix finally delivers on Windows 8’s promise as a “no-compromise” computer. The 11” 1080p display is no slacker and neither is the 256GBSSD—but the real magic is how the Helix transforms from powerhouse ultrabook to portable tablet. If the Helix doesn’t push Microsoft to step up their design game on the Surface, we don’t know what will.

4. Project Shield

Gaming was a surprisingly big theme this year at CES and no more shocking an announcement was there than NVIDIA’s Project Shield. Powered by their new Tegra 4 mobile processing chip, Project Shield is a peculiar, though exciting portable gaming device—especially coming from NVIDIA. It’s essentially an Xbox controller with a clamshell 5” 720p screen attached to it. The device runs stock Android Jelly Bean, but the most exciting thing about it is the ability to stream games from your computer over WiFi. In other words, if having access to Steam on a portable device sounds good to you, keep an eye out for Project Shield.

5. Samsung’s 4K “Easel” TV

When Samsung talked about revealing a TV with an “unprecedented shape” and “timeless design”, a TV hung on an easel isn’t exactly what we had in mind. Even still, the design of this 85” 4K TV is truly awe-inspiring. We can’t imagine putting this thing in our living rooms, but the “floating” design and incredible pixel density is a breathe of fresh air in the tired world of generic TV design.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A freelance writer who meticulously structured and maintained blogs just for you:A LIFE SO FAR AWAYand my other business blog:AMAZON ONLINE MALL Thank you for your valuable time. Follow my business & writings and you'll find what life's meant to be.

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