Financial responsibility laws for drivers often make dashcams superfluous, but if one makes sense in your driving climate, the Thinkware Dash Cam X500 not only reliably records collision footage but offers a few extras that might come in handy, such as speed camera warnings.
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The GE X500 megazoom is a very good value as long as you understand its photo and performance limitations.
Successor to the popular GE X5 megazoom, the X500 gets little more than a megapixel bump, but remains a decent budget-friendly compact with several sought-after features.
Check out an examination of the GE Power Pro X500, a budget-friendly 16-megapixel 15x wide-angle megazoom with an electronic viewfinder, manual controls, and powered by AA batteries.
Although it's missing some fax features that many small offices and work groups find useful, the Lexmark X502n produces fast, high-quality prints. This is one laser multifunction that has a lot going for it.
The Thinkware Dash Cam X500 mounts on your car's windshield, and continuously records your driving, detecting collisions and saving relevant footage.
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Though good and reasonably priced, the PowerShot X500 IS is not without sacrifice.