Oco2 Smart Home Security Camera with Sound, Motion Detection and Infrared Night Vision

Using integrated sound and motion detection and infrared night vision, Oco2 smart home security camera helps you guard your house at any time, and it also supports IFTTT. Sounds cool? Let’s keep checking.

Oco2 Smart Home Security Camera

The Oco2 is an advanced and affordable smart home monitoring camera that measures 2.56 x 2.56 x 1.26 inches. As we can see from the images, the smart security camera shows off a compact, lightweight and sleek appearance, so you can use an included magnetic base to attach the camera on any metal surface, easily hang it on the wall with double-sided bounding tape or screws, or just place it on the desk for flexible use.

Oco2 Smart Home Security Camera

With its 4Mpx sensor with low-light sensitivity and HDR,Z 140-degree wide-angle view and infrared night vision, the security camera has the ability to monitor every corner of your room even in the dark, and using built-in WiFi connectivity, the camera delivers you real-time 1080p video of your room via your smartphone wherever you’re. Once detecting unusual motion and sound, the home secure camera will send you notifications to your smartphone, and self-learning system enables it to avoid false notifications.

Furthermore, the home security camera supports two-way talk, so you can communicate with those in your home, and compressed 3-minute video lets you watch what happened at your store or home during the day. In addition, the Oco2 can store videos on a SD card or in the Cloud, and it supports IFTTT, which allows it to interact with other apps and smart home devices.

The Oco2 has been available for preorder on Indiegogo. You can pledge $119 to preorder the home security camera. It will be shipped in August this year. BTW, also don’t miss the mobile smart home security camera and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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