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Each week, Rick joins his buddy Sully to talk tech on the Limpert Tech "SullyCast on ALT 105.7, formerly TalkRadio 640 WGST


Limpert Tech "SullyCast" on ALT 105.7 - New Tech for the Home

If you are upgrading things around your home this Spring. Here is some new tech you might want to add into the mix.

Have a listen to Rick and Sully:

Segment notes:


1. iKeyp Bolt


The intended use of the iKeyp is for securing personal items inside a home, dorm room, apartment, etc. It can fit in your medicine cabinet to be used for safely storing prescription medications, or in a kitchen, bedroom, office, etc. for securely storing spare keys, important documents, valuables + more. There is much more info about the possible uses on the website too:

The iKeyp can be opened use the backup key, the keypad or the iKeyp app. The free iKeyp app allows for 24/7 monitoring and real-time activity alerts sent straight to your smart phone if the safe is tampered with, or for medication reminders.

2. Belle AI Smart Doorbell

Belle, the world's 1st intelligent Wi-Fi doorbell that greets your visitors on your behalf and notifies you when you’re needed. Protecting your packages, waving off potential solicitors, and greeting your friends are only a few of Belle’s many talents. It’s like having a personal doorman for your family, except Belle stays on duty 24/7. Log on any time day or night to see what Belle sees and hear what Belle hears.

Belle is like a magic window from where you can see everything taking place around your home. Its HD live streaming and infrared night vision show you the real-time views in front of your doors with clear and smooth videos days and nights.

Belle is a crowdfunding campaign, you can be a part of.

3. Sengled Lightbulb and Hub

The Element Classic A19 LED Smart Lighting Starter Kit is the easy, affordable way to get whole-home smart lighting. Use included hub to schedule, dim, and turn bulbs On/Off, and run preset routines for Wake Up, Energy Saving, and more.
The Hub allows you to control more than one lightbubl at a time and make them do whatever you want.
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4. Amplifi Teleport

Extend Your Home Wi-Fi Signal to Anywhere in the World with Teleport

AmpliFi Teleport provides a secure and convenient way to access resources at home, even when you are not. Utilizing any Wi-Fi hotspot or wired Ethernet connection, Teleport is able to create an encrypted connection to your home network, expanding it wherever you go.

It’s simple: connect your AmpliFi Router at your home and take the AmpliFi Teleport device with you wherever you go. AmpliFi Teleport works with Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet setup.

5. Ultimate Ears MEGABLAST Portable Wi‑Fi Bluetooth Speaker

Not just your everday Bluetooth Speaker.

Ultimate Sound: Our most powerful speaker with 360° intensely rich sound, stunning clarity, and heart-pounding bass. With up to 12 hours of battery, it brings your music to life wherever you take it

With Amazon Alexa hands-free voice control: Just ask Alexa to blast tunes from Amazon Music, iHeart Radio or TuneIn, change tracks, check the weather - or try any of Alexa's skills

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled: Use the Alexa Voice Service at home or on the go whenever connected to Wi-Fi or a mobile hotspot or stream music via Bluetooth from your phone

Waterproof and virtually indestructible: Never worry about going easy on it, your music will always be on point.

The speaker is IP67 rated and can be immersed in water up to 1 m for 30 minutes

Smarter over time: Update your speaker with the Ultimate Ears app as new features become available



Limpert Tech "SullyCast" on ALT 105.7 - Spring Cleaning Tech

As February gets ready to turn into March, it's time to start thinking of Spring and that means "Spring Cleaning"

Yes, cleaning can be fun, with some new tech.

Rick and Sully discuss this week:

1. Rocketbooks - reusable notebooks to keep you organized

- Connect your symbols to Google Drive, Evernote, Dropbox, OneDrive, OneNote, Slack, Box, iCloud, iMessage, or Email.
    Tap Destinations, Change Destination, and sign in with your account.
    Mark the symbol on the Rocketbook pages you’d like to send.

- Scan your pages

    Open the Rocketbook App on your mobile device.
    Scan the pages you’d like to capture and send.

- When your pages have reached their destination.
    Share, print, archive.

2.   KODAK SCANZA Digital Film Scanner converts film to JPEG files

A familiar name in the photography world brings film into the digital age while preserving precious memories with the KODAK SCANZA Scanner; digitize and optimize 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm film negatives and slides

The KODAK SCANZA digital film and slide scanner is available from its North American brand licensee, C+A Global. The versatile film-to-JPEG converter digitizes a variety of formats including 35mm, 126, 110, super 8 and 8mm negatives and slides into optimized 14-megapixel or interpolated 22-megapixel digital files. Images can then be transferred to any Mac or PC via an SD card for saving, sharing, printing and editing. The all-in-one package comes ready to go with everything needed to start scanning slides and negatives: various film adapters and inserts, a built-in LCD color display, an exceptionally easy-to-use operational interface, plus multiple cables for device hookup.

The KODAK SCANZA Scanner features an intuitive user interface that allows users to enhance the image quality of their film, including the ability to adjust RGB levels and brightness for ideal image coloring. With the scanner's gallery mode, users can display images in a slideshow, then rotate, flip and delete images as they see fit.

KODAK SCANZA Scanner Highlights and Benefits:
    Convert Film to JPEG in Seconds - The SCANZA scanner's powerful 14-megapixel sensor captures images from 35mm, 126, 110, Super 8 and 8mm negatives and slides in stunning HD clarity, while its optional integrated interpolation setting enhances images up to 22-megapixels.
    Large 3.5" LCD Screen - The high-definition built-in LCD color display features adjustable brightness and convenient tilt for easy operation and image viewing, allowing users to easily edit images using the scanner's various settings.
    An Adapter for Everything - The KODAK SCANZA scanner ships with multiple film inserts and adapters for converting various negatives and slides for fast and flexible operation; it's large one-touch buttons allow for one-step scan and save.
    Intuitive User Interface - Displayed on the scanner's clear, bright LCD screen, the user interface includes a helpful tray and insert directory, as well as simple-to-navigate image editing capabilities and a gallery for browsing through saved images.
    HDMI/Video Cables and More Included - The KODAK SCANZA scanner comes with everything needed to start scanning images, including HDMI/video cables for viewing images on a television, an AC adapter, USB power cable and a film cleaning brush.

Pricing and Availability
The KODAK SCANZA scanner is available now for $169.99 USD on Amazon and comes with a 1-year limited warranty. More information is available at


3.  G-Technology 2TB G-Drive R-Series for backing up your valuable data

G-Technology has debuted their new 2TB G-DRIVE R-Series USB 3.1 Type-C mobile SSD. Designed for on-the-go users who need rugged hard drive storage that can withstand tough conditions while in the field, this SSD features IP67 water and dust resistance, shock and vibration resistance, drop protection up to 9.8′ on a carpeted concrete floor, and a crush-proof rating of 1,000 pounds.

When combined with its 2TB storage capacity and 10 Gb/s USB 3.1 Type-C interface, this SSD provides data-transfer speeds of up to 560 MB/s, allowing users to edit, save, and archive large files quickly, including videos and photos.


Modular Closets are high quality and easy to design custom closet systems that you can order, assemble and install, in no time at all. Visit the website at

5. Purequosa Organic Spray

Now in bigger sizes.
Purequosa organic spray is not just for you, but all of your athletic gear and shoes, including golf shoes and equipment. Keep everything clean and fresh at home or bring with you when you travel. Purequosa is an energy boost for your skin. You can spray from temple to toes and everything in between. A bargain for $5 and up, on or


Limpert Tech "SullyCast" on ALT 105.7 - Winter Olympics Tech

The Olympic Games every 2 years are breeding ground for new technology, that will soon find the way into our lives.  

What's hot when it comes to technology in Pyeonchang?
Rick and Sully discuss...

1.  Streaming the Games

It's now easier than ever to stream the Games

- YouTube TV (Free Trial): YouTube TV includes NBC, so you’ll be able to enjoy the Olympics - Sign up for ExpressVPN, connect to a U.S. server and go to
- BBC without Cable or Satellite (Free Registration): The BBC is an official UK broadcaster of the games - Using a VPN, connect to a UK server and visit the BBC Olympics web site.
- NBC Online (cable subscription needed): In the U.S., NBC is the official broadcaster for the 2018 games. Using a VPN, connect to a U.S. server and visit
- NBC Sports App (cable subscription needed): Prefer watching on mobile, tablet, gaming console or other device? - Using a VPN, connect to a UK server and get the NBC Sport App.
- UK ($7/day): Eurosport is one of the official broadcasters for the UK - Using a VPN, connect to a UK server and visit the Eurosport web site and sign up.

2. 5G Wireless Speeds

The games will be broadcast on the world's first fifth-generation (5G) network, whose transmission speeds are expected to be 1,000 times faster than existing long-term evolution (LTE) networks.
"The 5G network is expected to revolutionize the broadcasting industry as it is capable of delivering massive data needed for VR or hologram services," local Korean website Yonhap News wrote in January.

3. TheraBand CLX Consecutive Loops

- Used by Lindsay Vonn in her training

With the help of her trusty TheraBand CLX Consecutive Loops, Vonn has not only strengthened and toned her full body, but also recovered from serious injuries such as a broken arm and two knee ligament tears.
“I felt like that’s one thing that I’ve made my mission in my career is working absolutely as hard as possible so that there’s never a question in my mind whether I could have worked harder,” say Vonn, who uses the CLX Bands heavily during training and rehab.

All-in-One product does the work of bands, loops, tubing with handles, and door anchors. Available in 5 ft. pre-cut lengths and 25 yd. Bulk Rolls.

4.  How NASA Tech Helps Predict Snowfall for the 2018 Winter Olympics

To provide the gold-medal hopefuls with forecasts every 6 hours and improve snow-prediction models for mountainous terrains, NASA has partnered with 20 agencies from about a dozen countries to collect weather data during the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, according to a recent statement from the space agency.
The World Wildlife Fund estimates that one out of every eight people lives in the world's mountains, and according to NASA, one in six relies on the water released by seasonal snowfall collecting in the mountains. Winter wonderlands are vital, but for many people during these next few weeks, fresh powder will feel even more important. Most nations have their eyes on the dramatic snow-capped mountains around Pyeongchang to watch their most-talented skiers and snowboarders go for gold.

5. The Robot Ski Challenge

The Olympians weren't the only ones sking down the slopes in Pyeonchang.

For everyone worried now that robots have learned how to open doors and perform somersaults, take heart: if you’re good at skiing, they probably won’t catch you on mountain slopes.

Just a short drive away from PyeongChang, the site for the 2018 Winter Olympics, the Welli Hilli ski resort held the Edge of Robot: Ski Robot Challenge, where Korean students and tech organizations competed for a $10,000 prize to see whose robot could navigate a simple alpine skiing challenge the fastest.


Limpert Tech "SullyCast" on ALT 105.7 - Valentine's Day Tech

Valentines Day is less than a week away, but Rick and Sully will talk some tech and or gadgets perfect for Valentine's Day this year. Rick goes out of the box with some of these, but all cool and fun!

Have a listen!

1. Boredwalk T-Shirts

How about a fun t-shirt for your significant other? Boredwalk is an artist owned and operated t-shirt company that offers a fun array of t-shirts for men, women, and children.
Everything is designed and printed in our LA studio with eco-friendly water-based inks. Boredwalk is ready with fun and quirky tees ranging in various colors and sporting fun sayings like “Feminism is my second favorite F-word” that are sure to complete any Galentine’s Day.

They are also donating a portion of our sales now through February 28th to She Should Run, an organization that helps women run for public office. $1 from every sale of our feminist/political shirts from 2/1 through 2/28 will be donated to She Should Run. Being a progressive woman-owned business, we have chosen to make She Should Run our Valentine this year, as a way to support other women in leadership.

2. A Day at TopGolf

TopGolf is and has been fun, but new technology makes it even more entertaining.

TopGolf offers low-pressure date activities that you could enjoy on Valentine’s Day OR Galentine’s Day this year.

With a great selection of sharable bites, refreshing drinks, online reservations and a little friendly competition in a cozy atmosphere, Topgolf is the perfect Valentine’s Day destination for couples of all ages and relationship stages.

TopGolf is also introducting Toptracer technology.

The Toptracer that customers will see at Topgolf Orlando, the company’s 36th location, is similar to what viewers see when watching tournament coverage on NBC and Golf Channel. In addition to the iconic line that tracks ball flight, customers will see carry distance, ball speed, height, hang time and the curve of the shot. Justin Norvell, Topgolf Orlando’s director of operations, views it as just one more way for the company to “increase engagement” with its guests.

In Georgia, there is a TopgGolf location in Atlanta and Alpharetta.


3. Farmgirl Flowers

While there is nothing really techy about sending or giving flowers for Valentine's Day... one company that has grown in less than 7 years, starting out in a kitchen and now shipping nationwide uses tech to scale it's business and bring fresh flowers and other gifts to customers all over the country.

Farmgirl Flowers is now a $14.5 million business. Their biggest unexpected challenge has been needing to shift supply chain drastically. Earlier this year we had to pivot from using all US grown flowers to include some imported product. This wasn’t a move we initially wanted to make but was one we needed to make in order to continue to scale with the limited quantities available to us domestically."

4. Man Crates

Personalized crate of goodies for the man in your life.
There are NFL, NHL, college sports, NASCAR themed crates and more...

5. Lovepop 3-D Valentine's Cards

Lovepop is the perfect fit for any V-day celebration because there are so many varieties to choose from!
Whether you’re looking to send a valentine to a friend, family or your lover, these 3-D cards have got you covered.


6.  The Lovebox

Lovebox really is a box that looks like your ordinary, adorable piece of home decor. However, it's equipped with a mirrored screen on the inside, which is where the magic takes place.
A box where someone can send a message to you through an app and it appears in the box.

The heart on the outside of the box spins, letting the receiver know that they've got mail. (The heart keeps spinning until the lid is opened, so leaving messages for people to come home to is definitely a sweet idea.)
Final step: The apple of your eye sees the heart spinning, opens the lid to view their message, and is showered in hearts plus the text message.


Limpert Tech "SullyCast" on Radio 105.7 - Tech from 2018 Surf Expo

It's been a cold and Icy winter in Atlanta, but Rick is here to warm things up.

He saw everything "sun and fun" at the Surf Expo in Orlando , which wrapped up last weekend.

What were some of Rick's Picks from the Surf Expo?

Have a listen:

1. 4 Ocean Bracelets

4Ocean has made it their mission to preserve our oceans by removing ocean trash through the purchase of their recycled bracelets. This is the promise to their customers: Remove one pound of trash from the ocean for every bracelet sold.  Just $20.
4Ocean has three different clean up methods that drive their growing trash removal:
•         The daily offshore/intracoastal cleanups led by their 7 full time captains with 4 boats out on the water every single day
•         Beach cleanups hosted worldwide
•         Working with other cleanup organizations across the world

4Ocean 2017 Milestones:
•         Removed over 250,000 pounds of trash from the ocean
•         Expanded from 2 employees to over 40
•         Hosted cleanups in 16 countries

2.  Body Glove Crusader

A huge stand up paddleboard.
There is no end to the SUP craze and that is a good thing. At the show, Body Glove debuted their Body Glove Crusader, a 15-foot long, 66-inch wide paddleboard, 6 inches thick, weighing 76lbs, with a max capacity of 1000lbs, good for 4-6 people. This looks like a lot of fun and will be available hopefully for summer.

3. Shark Eyes

Shark Eyes is the world’s most affordable visual shark deterrent. Shark attacks have been a big problem around the world in recent years. This is a sticker for all water users who want to minimize their risk of a shark attack. Developed, and endorsed by watermen and professionals who routinely encounter sharks in the wild, the Shark Eyes decal aims to fools the shark into thinking it’s been spotted, removing the element of surprise and deterring an attack. There are different sizes and prices start around $12. This is a simple idea and solution, but a no-brainer.

4. Kadan Swimwear

The story here is this beautiful swimwear line is designed, marketed and ran by an 18 year old.
Kelsey Caputo graduated from high school early and is now designing and promoting her own swimwear line.
The pieces reflect a coastal living that is fresh, laid-back and stylish. Pieces range from $75 to $120, and are on sale at boutique stores dotting the Florida Keys and online at  
The capsule collection offers five styles in calypso and baby blue. She envisioned beautiful women wearing her suits having fun and feeling confident when she conceived the idea and started designing.
“Every line tells a story,” explains Caputo, who graduated high school early to persue her designing interests. “Mine says elegant costal living for modern women.”

5. O2cool Products

Like the Mist 'N Sip
O2COOL’s patented Mist 'N Sip® products provide a unique combination all in one - Misting and Drinking. Mist cools you on the outside, while Sip cools you on the inside.™

The mist feature helps to cool you down on the outside while you stay hydrated on the inside.  We offer a wide selection of different drinking and bottle options to quench your fitness and outdoor thirst.

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