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TECH Video Project VO 
This voiceover is for a crowdfunding video for a new tech product. The product is small device that fits on a keychain - that can copy digital key cards. The final video will live on Kickstarter and possibly the client's website. Ideal VO should should sound personable, friendly and informative. The tech product is called KEYSY (pronounced "KEE-ZEE" like EASY, but with a Key at the front). 
2016-07-20 21:29:25 GMT
2016-07-25 14:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 100
English - USA and Canada
Not defined
Middle Age Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
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The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

Many of us use RFID technology in our daily lives. These digital key-cards often provide easy and convenient access to all of the places that we frequent on a regular basis. Our home, office, parking structure, pool, etc.

But until now there has been no easy way to copy these devices - Leaving you vulnerable to expensive fees should you lose one and inconveniencing you when you need to share access with a spouse, friend, housekeeper, etc. And having a different keycard for each location can be a hassle.

Enter: KEYSY, a small device that fits on your keyring allowing you to copy up to four R-F-I-D devices.

The process of copying an RFID credential onto keysy is simple. First hold down the button you would like to copy the RFID credential to. When the L-E-D turns red simply hold keysy over the key-fob or key card. The LED will blink red while keysy is reading the device. When the process is complete the LED will turn green. To use it, simply press the button near the reader and it will work just like the original.

Keysy features a low power 32bit processor which allows daily use for over two years. All RFID credentials are stored in non-volatile memory so there is no need to reprogram after a battery change. Keysy works with the most popular low frequency RFID devices from many manufacturers, using different protocols. And if you move or no longer need access to an RFID credential you can simply reprogram that button to copy another device. And if you need to give access to anyone - it’s as easy as holding your Keysy to their's and holding down the button. The simplicity and convenience moves with you.

Keysy: The RFID duplicator. 
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