We reviewed the original Oco HD Wi-Fi Camera last March, a live-streaming HD model with a low monthly cloud storage fee. Now the team behind it is back at CES with Oco2, their next-generation security camera.
Oco2 is priced at $149. International pricing isn’t available yet, but it roughly converts to £100 or AU$210.
Aside from a clear design update — the previous Oco cam used the same third-party manufacturer as ArcSoft’s Simplicam — Oco2 also offers a new storage option. Oco2 is also equipped with a microSD card slot so you can save footage locally. This allows you to if you want to store your own video clips rather than sign up for to a fee-based cloud subscription.
This hybrid storage feature isn’t exactly new, though. Models like the Ezviz Mini already offer both and iSmartAlarm’s Spot, Netgear’s Arlo Q and Icontrol’s Piper NV all offer free cloud storage. Still, it’s a definite improvement for Oco.
The high-tech home security gadgets of CES 2016 (pictures)
Other key features include:
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity
- Motion and audio alerts
- Night vision
- Two-way talk through a built-in speaker and microphone
- App for Android and iOS
Oco2 is expected to go on sale this spring, so check back soon for updates.
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