"Thinkware F750 brings smarts to the dashcam market"
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Thinkware F750 brings smarts to the dashcam market
Welcome to the floor show of CES unveil 2015, and welcome to the thinkware f750 dash cam, now dash cams have been popular in Europe for a long time now, particularly in Russia where the streets can be a little bit wild, but just starting to come into the US, now this one is pretty advanced.
They all right to SD cards as most dash cams do, this one has built in memory too so if your SD card fails,.
It'll make sure that it has recording of any accident which you can then use to prove your case in insurance companies.
it also has GPS built in, so it can capture more information about those accidents, and it can also track things like speed cameras and speed traps and give you warnings about those.
Other things it's got are lane departure warning systems and a crash warning system as well.
It'll actually be looking forward.
You can see cars ahead of you.
The obstacles coming up and the chime will let you know if you're wondering away from the lane you should be staying in.
It's also go wi-fi built in so in though the camera doesn't have a display you can actually pair it up with an android device and get livestreaming video directly from the dashcam into the dashboard on your phone, on your tablet.
So your kids in the backseat can be really authoritative backseat drivers [UNKNOWN] Dash cam is going to be available here in the US in February pricing, 2.99.
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