Tech Basics

What’s the difference between the UniFi G3-Bullet and UniFi G3-AF?

The UniFi G3 Bullet is a current model in the UniFi Protect lineup, you can read more about the entire product line up here in our ‘Ubiquiti UniFi Protect Product Line Guide 2021‘ but we’re here to discuss the difference between two different SKUs of the same camera essentially, the G3-Bullet and G3-AF. Essentially, when the camera first came out in March 2016, it was actually called the UniFi Video Camera […]

UniFi Switch 16-150W vs UniFi Switch 16 PoE Gen2

Ubiquiti launched the new Gen2 version of the 16 port PoE UniFi Switch last year and its based on the new Gen2 platform, which includes silent cooling, a 1.3-inch touchscreen as well as a few other improvements. The older 150W version is the same price as the new Gen2 model, but it is better in a few small ways. UniFi Switch 16-150W UniFi Switch 16 PoE Gen2 Ports 16 (16 […]

How to update Cloud Key G2 and G2 Plus to UniFi OS

Ubiquiti has recently announced UniFi OS support for the Cloud Key G2 and Cloud Key G2 Plus. UniFi OS first debuted with the UniFi Dream Machine and Dream Machine Pro as well as the UNVR and offers the new portal, streamlined management and access to the back end settings page of the device over the remote connection. unifi.ui.com will be the single place for everything going forward, UniFi Talk, UniFi […]

Ubiquiti UniFi US-8-60W vs USW-Lite-8-PoE

Ubiquiti launched the new Lite 8 PoE switch back in July this year and on the paper it seems to replace the older US-8-60W version but Ubiquiti is still selling both models at the same prices too. In this article, we’ll be covering the few differences between the switches and recommending which one is best to get.   US-80-60W USW-Lite-8-PoE Ports 8 (4 PoE) 8 (4 PoE) PoE Budget 60W […]

How to UniFi: Part One – What is UniFi?

Hello and welcome to the first part in our new series, called ‘How to UniFi.’ Ubiquiti’s range of enterprise networking gear seems to have shot up popularity lately, especially with the launch of the new UDM and UDM-Pro last year. In this short article, we’ll explain what UniFi is and what equipment Ubiquiti makes. What is UniFi? Ubiquiti has been making UniFi hardware since 2013 and now in 2020, the […]

How to UniFi – announcing our new how to series about Ubiquiti UniFi!

Welcome to ‘How to UniFi’ a brand new series of how to guides, video tutorials and general questions answered about how Ubiquiti UniFi works. We’ll cover the basics, the products, getting started, the best practices and a lot more. Stay tuned to A&T Tech for more on this new series. In the meantime, read our Product Guide on UniFi here and our product guide for UniFi Protect here. If you want […]

What is a Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine?

Ubiquiti Networks has been making all kinds of networking products since the early 2000s, it started out producing high powered wireless cards for the wireless internet market and products for wireless community internet and wireless internet operators. But since then it has expanded into enterprise networking products, networking cameras and a much, much larger portfolio of products. One of the most popular lines Ubiquiti makes is UniFi. We covered what […]

How to watch Apple TV+ shows

Apple TV+ has been out since November last year and due to how Apple names its devices, apps and services – Apple’s streaming service it can be little confusing as to what is what and how to watch the new shows. First of all, what is Apple TV+? Apple TV+ is a video streaming service from Apple, unlike Netflix who does both produce originals and licenses other content, Apple TV+ […]

What is the difference between contactless payments and Apple Pay?

Apple Pay has been available in the UK for nearly five years now, when it launched in July 2015 and unlike other countries where Apple Pay has launched since, here in the UK we have had contactless cards for a while too – since 2007, which on the surface seems very similar to Apple Pay and Google Pay. What is a contactless card? To understand the difference between Apple Pay […]

How to keep your smartphone clean

With growing concerns around corona virus, its more important than ever to keep ourselves and our environments clean. Some hand gels can damage the oleophoblic layer on screens. This layer is to help repel oil from screens, making fingerprints less prominent. Dunking your phone in a bowl of water can weaken the water resistance overtime, so should be avoided. The best way to clean your device is with soap and […]