This friendly, chatty dash cam is affordable for 4K UHD and GPS. It takes takes great video, offers 64GB of internal storage, is easy to use, and sports the friendliest voice notifications in the business. Say no more.
This phone-centric 1600p, GPS-enabled dash cam is stylish, easy to set up and use, and takes good day and night captures. It also requires an account.
The MyGekogear Orbit 956 is a dual-channel (front/rear) dash cam with integrated GPS for a nice price. But the captures don't live up to the 4K UHD promise, or the better 1440p/1080p competition.
Thinkware's dual-channel (front/rear) X1000 takes some of the best night captures we've seen. It also features a touch display and driver aids, but it's pricey for no GPS (optional) and ships only with hardwiring.
The Nextbase 320XR front/rear dash cam combo delivers on the company's usual style and usability, but falls short of even cheap cameras in capture detail
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The affordable Nexar Pro dash cam's unique styling, cloud storage, and dual-channel interior/exterior captures make it a good deal for professional ride-givers
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