The TRENDnet Internet Surveillance Camera is very picky when it comes to dating. It’s always looking for the right one but overlooks what’s right in front of its own nose. (We’re talking figurative nose here, because it’s a camera after all.) We’ve heard rumors that it’s in love with someone who doesn’t live anywhere near here, some fancy radio telescope that visits from up north. We’ve heard it thinks of nothing else besides this telescope as it sits perched up in the corner of the ceiling, alone, watching the world walk on by round the clock, as the days and nights bleed together. We wonder if the telescope ever thinks of it, wherever it is, whatever it’s doing, whichever corner of the universe it’s studying.
Anyway. Despite its personal dramas, the TRENDnet Internet Surveillance Camera is quite good at what it does. For example, it has the capability to transmit real-time high quality MJPEG video to you online. You’ll be able to see and hear people in your camera’s viewing field in complete darkness (thanks to its super cool night vision capabilities) anywhere up to 16 feet from your Internet connection. We think those kind of features are worthy of true love, don’t you agree? There are so many other optical devices out there in the world. So. Many. But the TRENDnet Internet Surveillance Camera has a loyal heart. It’s hung up on the radio telescope. Maybe that’s because the telescope represents where it wants to be in life - doing bigger and better things than watching your parking lot. But it’s still going to do it anyway, so you might as well purchase one for yourself.