You are probably used to paying thousands of dollars for NVRs and even hundreds for budget ones, like the Q-See kit we tested.
But how about just $39 for an NVR?
That's the price we paid, responding to a Chinese spam email promotion. And it was done based on your feedback, after our highly read $29 ONVIF IR IP Chinese Camera test.
For $39, we got the Wodsee WS-MN04 [link no longer available], a 4 channel NVR that claims to support ONVIF and cloud access. The unit does not come with a hard drive. We paid them an extra $66 for them to include / load a 1TB Seagate Baracuda hard drive.