THINKWARE Launches Its F70 PRO Dash Cam Featuring Built-in Wi-Fi

THINKWARE Launches Its F70 PRO Dash Cam Featuring Built-in Wi-Fi

F70 PRO

The successor to the company’s F70 model, the F70 PRO offers ultra-high-definition recording, built-in Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

San Francisco, California Sep 14, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – THINKWARE, a leading global-leading dash cam brand, announced today the launch of its latest dash cam model, the F70 PRO. A new addition to its F-series dash cam line, the F70 PRO builds upon the success of its critically acclaimed F70 model, providing drivers with the tools they need to enhance their safety and driving experience.

The F70 PRO offers powerful protection that balances compact design and power, with a front camera that discreetly fits into any vehicle’s interior. Equipped with a high-quality wide-angle lens, the dash cam covers a broad 140° wide-angle view, eliminating blind spots and offering a comprehensive visual record of the driving journey.

Capturing sharp 1080p high-definition videos at 30fps, The F70 PRO delivers high-end clarity with improved contrast and accurate color balance. Powered by a dynamic 2.1MP CMOS image sensor and advanced WDR technology, it records details clearly whether day or night. To further enhance video footage quality during night driving, the F70 PRO comes with Super Night Vision, designed explicitly for low-light conditions.

With built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, the F70 PRO allows for effortless dash cam pairing to Android and iOS devices via the THINKWARE DASH CAM LINK App. Once paired, users can adjust their dashcam’s settings or replay and download their latest driving videos from their smartphone. The F70 PRO also offers parking protection with advanced Parking Surveillance modes like Motion and Impact Detection, Time Lapse, Energy Saving mode, and Smart Parking mode.

In addition, the F70 PRO includes the following features:

  • Built-in Microphone and Speaker
  • Built-in 3-Axis G-Sensor
  • Loop Recording
  • Integrated Supercapacitors and Thermal Sensors
  • Anti-File Corruption
  • GPS Port for GPS Antenna
  • Supports MicroSD Cards up to 128GB

As part of THINKWARE’s mission to make road safety accessible to all, the F70 PRO retails for $99.99 USD/$149.99 CAD and will be available on THINKWARE’s website, Best Buy, Amazon, and select online retailers. For a limited time, get 50% off an OBD II Cable with an F70 PRO purchase.

The F70 PRO will be available in the North American market starting September 22nd, with pre-ordering beginning September 14th.

Elevate your driving experience and prioritize safety with the F70 PRO. For more information, visit: https://thinkwarestore.com

About THINKWARE

Global IT Corporation THINKWARE DASH CAM was founded in Korea in 1997. Through consistent research and development in the field of smart car technologies, THINKWARE DASHCAM has established itself as the market leader in various sectors such as dashcams, electronic maps, navigation, mobile applications, and tablet PCs.

Spearheading the competition with world-class image processing technologies and an intuitive, user-friendly interface, THINKWARE DASH CAM debuted in the US market in 2014. THINKWARE DASH CAM has confirmed it will be exporting its DASH CAM lineup into 17 other countries, including the US, Canada, the UK, and Japan.

THINKWARE DASH CAM has continued to astound the industry with its world-class DASH CAM lineup during its presence at global exhibitions like CES, SEMA, and The Gadget Show Live. For CES2017, the world’s largest consumer electronics show, THINKWARE received the Innovation Award of the Year for excellence in technology and design. The company has also received the IF, IDEA, and Red Dot Design Award.

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