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PureCam Dash Cam Review: A Clever Product That's Just a Battery and GPS Short of Perfect

PureGear’s PureCam follows in the footsteps of the Owl, the dash cam with 24/7 video surveillance of your vehicle and immediate cloud uploads for safekeeping of important incidents is a reality. PureCam takes the best of the Owl (mostly) and adds some distinctly handy features, including the ability to use your own cell service (or a separate account via AT&T or T-Mobile), and a ridiculously slick interface and app.


PureCam Dash Cam Review: A Clever Product That's Just a Battery and GPS Short of Perfect

pcworld

"The Owl and the PureCam are similar in that they both take forward and interior video. However, the PureCam lacks the Owl’s “startle the intruder” LED light feature for the interior cam, relying solely on infrared to capture events without trying to deter the intruder. Startle or hope to avoid detection? A tricky issue.
Another difference is that the Owl uses a built-in 4G account that the company provides and maintains, while the PureCam provides a SIM card slot so you may utilize your existing wireless account. PureGear also sells the camera with a SIM card pre-installed if you’d rather keep it separate from your regular cell service. Currently, AT&T and T-Mobile are supported, with Cricket in the works. Personally, I like the PureCam’s flexible approach, but I’m sure others will prefer the Owl’s all-in-one package. I’ll get to a couple of other differences in a bit."

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