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Gadget watch: High quality from Nextbase, but it doesn’t come cheap

Killian Woods

Business reporter

@killianwoods
7th April, 2019
Nextbase 612GW €299.99

Dashcams have become quite popular with motorists since a number of affordable models have entered the market, but the Nextbase 612GW does not fall into this ‘affordable’ category.

It’s the most expensive model developed by Nextbase and commands such a high price because it is a top-of-the-range device.

Unlike many of its rivals, the 612GW has a touch display, with only a power button on the top of the device and...

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