Tuesday July 7, 2020

Gadget Watch : Taking dashcams to the Nextbase level

2nd June, 2019
Nextbase Series 2 Dashcams Price: €59.99-€189.99

Nextbase dashcams are upping their high-tech game with the introduction of an Alexa-based voice control, and features that will automatically summon an Emergency SOS if you crash and become unresponsive.

While Series 1 left a lot to be desired with its malfunctioning and clumsy mount, the series 2 mount is smaller with a better camera. There is also improved 4K image quality, generated by a new chipset made especially for Nextbase, as well as the...

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