Nubix HD series DVRs work equally well
with high definition megapixel IP cameras and traditional analog
CCTV cameras. They make a perfect DVR for surveillance
networks bridging the two technologies.
It's no secret our DVRs have a cozy relationship with the PC
platform. We're proud to add MAC operating system compatibility
with our HD & HDX series. No longer will MAC users be stuck with
inferior quality DVRs from other manufacturers.
Multilingual and Upgradeable OS
Spanish speakers in the house or business? Your client
will enjoy the multilingual menus (available in Spanish,
English, several Asian languages, Czech, Hebrew and more).
Let's face it - some things need to
be upgraded from time to time and any operating system is no
different. When an update is ready you can go to our free
support site and download it any time.
3G Capable - 4G Capable
iPhone users, PDA lovers, Droid fans,
Blackberry buddies and Windows Mobile maniacs, now you have access to
streaming security video with this Nubix product.
Any camera. Any time. Any group of cameras. Connect, enter your
password, and monitor your property. Watch your employees.
Monitor your dog. Make sure your home is still there. On-the-go
streaming video is a major selling point of our security DVR
systems and we're only going to get better.
Other Members of the Nubix HD Series
You may have noticed a similar model we
offer - the Nubix 8HDX. The HDX series has a 4-channel (Nubix
4HDX) and a 16-channel version too (Nubix 16HDX). The HD series
is nearly identical, but they do differ.
The Nubix 8HDX series has advanced video
processing power that allows it to record 8 channels
simultaneously in real time (30fps) at D1 resolution. The market
is security professionals and corporate networks.
The Nubix 8HD can record at real time in
CIF resolution on all 8 channels at once. The market is
residential and small businesses and less demanding
CIF is a lower resolution standard than
D1. To get D1 resolution on ALL cameras with ALL of them
operating at 30fps, you pay a premium, so the HDX series are
more expensive. The HDX series are designed for corporate and
professional surveillance networks that demand higher
performance. The HD series is for home owners and small
businesses that do not require the extra processing power. How
much power do your clients require? Often that decision is made
be economics rather than logical need. If your client needs high
processing power and has a high budget, then go with an HDX. For
clients who want high performance and have a tighter budget, the
HD series is likely perfect for them.