HD Camera for Home Monitoring

In our busy times it’s hard to always be in control of everything. When you spend all day at work, you can’t see what’s going on at the house. This is especially important for families with kids or elderly parents. That’s when you require some kind of a monitoring device. Thankfully, there are plenty of them on the market, for example, the following product, called Oco2.

Oco2 is a Full HD camera, packed with a lot of great features. To begin with, it’s extremely small and compact – it doesn’t take any place whatsoever and the installation on any surface is simple. But most importantly, Oco2 records video in Full HD, which is played on your smartphone.
Obviously, there is the official Oco app, available for iOS and Android devices. All the video data is stored on the SD-card and special cloud storage. The storage is yours and only yours – you won’t have to pay any fees for it. By the way, Oco2 is able to show 24 hours of video in short, 3-minute clips, so you’ll waste no time but still know everything that’s happened at your home.

The camera is also equipped with infrared night vision for recording at night. Besides, even if you can’t see the video, Oco2 will alert you with a smartphone notification if it detects anything suspicious – the camera has motion and sound detectors for that. Last but not least, with Oco2 you want have to make phone calls – there’s a two-way talk feature. That way, you’ll be able to talk to your kids and relatives at home.

To sum it up, Oco2 Is the simplest and one of the most functional monitoring cameras there is. The camera is already in demand, as it’s been fully funded on Indiegogo.

Oco2 Full HD Camera for Home Monitoring

Oco2 Full HD Camera for Home Monitoring

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