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    The Giz Wiz Show 1628 for June 23rd 2017, Our 111th Independent Production. 

    We're into our third year of Independent Production thanks to our wonderful Patreon supporters! If you'd like to support OMGchad & DickDe in our independent venture (we pay for everything ourselves, including travel) just click the Patreon link at the top of our show web page: You can also contribute just once via the PayPal link that's there too. And thank you for doing that! Our show wouldn't exist without our viewer's support, but a bit more support would be a big help. 

    And now a look at three new tech gadgets from Pepcom's Digital Experience, New York City, June 15th, 2017.


    Carry four cameras recording video with you wherever you go! Meet Occly.


    Here's info from the company, (edited a bit): Occly Blinc is an advanced wearable personal safety system designed to help keep users safe and protected while on-the-go, traveling, on-the-job, or at home. Specifically designed to be a visual deterrent, it can be worn on the body or clipped to an accessory. Occly Blinc is armed with a panic button, four always-on cameras and microphone, sirens, LED lighting, wireless capabilities, and a number of automatic alarm sensors. It’s companion mobile app provides real-time access to the Occly Safety Network for prevention, while its alarm initiates the Occly Rescue Protocol, which offers real-time access to the Occly Emergency Response Center and ultimately an emergency dispatch to local law enforcement. Occly Blinc also doubles as a home security system, with real-time audio and video recording inside your home (or hotel room). It offers access to the Occly Rescue Protocol when activated by the included sound, motion or impact sensors. Price is $199.99, after the introductory $50 off offer.


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    See or hear this show:   Goes live 6/23/17-

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