CES 2014: Garmin Dash Cam records every unexpected event while driving
Garmin the producer of high end gizmos across a variety of genres for demanding users has revealed its high-definition camera dubbed as Garmin Dash Cam for vehicles to record wide-angle shots of the road while driving. Equipped with gravity sensor (G-Sensor) which detects events like braking or a collision and an automated camera that starts recording when the engine is turned on, makes is a useful automotive accessory for recording important events while on the road. Having the recording capability at 1080p, 720p or WVGA video file in a continuous loop onto a 4GB memory card or microSD card makes sure that no incident goes unrecorded. Garmin Dash Cam has a 2.3-inch color display that makes it easy for the driver to review the videos when needed and the gizmo can be easily mounted onto the windshield of the automobile.
The dash cam comes in two separate models, one with GPS and the other without it. The GPS enabled model extends the functionality of this automotive accessory by time-stamping and geo-tagging all footage. Garmin Dash Cam has been unveiled at the CES 2014 in Las Vegas and is expected to go on sale by February 2014. The Garmin Dash Cam 10 without GPS will carry a price tag of $219.99 and Garmin Dash Cam 20 with GPS will set you back $249.99.