Hey folks, we are hear at [UNKNOWN] 2016 with Oco 2. We actually reviewed the original Oco cam back at our offices in Louisville, Kentucky and it was pretty darn good.
But this one offers some extra features that we think will make it even better Most importantly, it has hybrid storage options so instead of just cloud storage this one also has a local storage via a micro SD card slot.
That gives folks who like either remote storage or local storage a lot of options.
And it's something that isn't offered on a lot of DIY security cameras today.
One of the only other ones we've reviewed is the [UNKNOWN] mini.
That's a $70 DIY security camera that we really loved.
But this one is 1080p whereas that one was 720 so we're excited to test this out later this year when it's available.
The [UNKNOWN] will retail for 149 dollars when it's available later this spring so check back soon for updates on that front.
Unboxing the Nanoleaf Canvas
This smart oven cooks with the power of light
Alexa or Google Assistant? Which smart display should you pick?
You can do better than this LG Smart Display
Nanoleaf Canvas decorates your smart home in living color
7 ways smart home devices can help you sleep better
3 ways to cover bright LED lights so you can sleep
Instant Pot Smart Wifi connects your pressure cooker