We review the best cloud backup services so you can find the right solution for keeping a safe, offsite copy of your data should disaster strike.
The Garmin Dash Cam Mini 2's outstanding feature is its small, unobtrusive footprint. But good image captures and cloud storage are strengths as well.
The Seagate Backup Plus Hub is faster than smaller 2.5-inch drives, and the only route to double-digit terabytes at an affordable price point.
Garmin's latest Dash Cam 57 is quite arguably the best front-only dash cam on the market. A parking mode has been added, and the company's new cloud-based Vault lets you upload important captures for temporary safekeeping.
The Viofo A139 3CH 3-channel camera is unique for its discrete interior camera (most are integrated with the front camera). It's versatile for placement, but it adds another cable.
The Livedrive online backup service inspires confidence with its flawless install and performance, as well as its clean, no-nonsense interface. It is a bit pricey however.
Backblaze is an online backup service that uses a shotgun approach, backing up everything important unless you tell it not to. It's cheap, easy, and a good choice for those who don't necessarily know where everything is that needs to be backed up.
iDrive offers online storage, sharing, backup, and more. Unless you want the functionality of an office suite, online services don't get any more comprehensive.
Carbonite's online backup service uses Windows' own File Explorer for data selection, while cleverly altered icons relay the backup status of individual files and folders. It's simple, effective, and elegant.
The Thinkware F200 Pro is a super-slim dash cam that offers great 1080p video, plus rear camera and external GPS options.
Crucial's X6 USB SSD operates at good SATA speeds, and it fits a ton of NAND storage into a very affordable, compact, and comfortable design.
The Walmart-exclusive Nextbase 222X is inexpensive, and it takes good day video and passable night video. It does cut a few corners to hit its low price.
The Samsung 980 NVMe SSD is fine for light-duty tasks, but because it relies on system DRAM for its cache, it performs disappointingly in more intensive jobs.
The Jomise K7 dash cam takes excellent day and night front video, looks nice, and has the best interface going. But forced activation via phone is problematic.
Sylvania's Roadsight Pro covers all the bases for a front, front/rear dash cam combo: Great video, GPS, and easy camera removal for safekeeping.
The Aukey DRS1 offers great 4K UHD day and night video captures, is easy to use, easy to install, and even easy on the budget.