Escort modernizes its Passport Max 2 radar detector with a connected app and automatic crowdsourced database reporting.
The Escort Passport Max 2 includes integrated Bluetooth and GPS.
The end of the Passport Max 2 shows radar hits and speed on an OLED screen.
The Passport Max 2 is fairly thick, making it obvious when it is attached to a windshield.
The front end houses the radar detection antenna, and a nodule on top of the case detects laser.
Buttons across the top let you change the volume and mark locations.
The power cord plugs into the side of the unit.
The device measures 1.3 by 3.2 by 5.3 inches.
A Bluetooth-paired smartphone running the Escort Live app adds crowdsourcing.
The app shows red-light camera and radar hit locations on a map.
This screen mirrors the information on the Passport Max 2's display, but in larger format.
With the app, you can quickly report a speed trap location.
The app includes a history of radar hits, but lacks details for each one.
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