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VicTsing's dual USB charger has Bluetooth, an auxiliary port, and a microphone, and it's less than $15 today.
Aukey's DR01 takes great day and night video. The optional GPS can take a while to initialize, but the big issue is that the camera won't record at all after 12-volt power is removed. That means it may not capture all of an incident so if a poor choice for legal protection.
The Apeman C550 offers good daytime and night video and an optional $13 GPS module. But the included rear camera is a throw-in that doesn't cut the mustard.
The Thinkware F800 Pro takes great video and has a boatload of features, but the cloud connectivity relies upon a cell phone connection. That makes it a nice feature, but unsuitable for serious use.
Amazon is selling the Anker Roav VIVA 2-port Alexa-enabled car charger for just $34, it's lowest price ever.
The Cacagoo CA03 is a bargain, offering impressive day video, good looks, and a nice out-of-box experience. But there's no GPS, and night video lacks detail.
You can get Anker's Roav Viva car charger with Alexa for $39 with this code.
Google's Waymo will launch a ride service with self-driving cars in Phoenix, Arizona, later in 2018. The company emphasized its safety record in the wake of Uber's pedestrian fatality earlier this year.
The car charger, which is typically priced around $12, is available for $9 right now on Amazon, where it averages 4.7 out of 5 stars from over 500 customers.
A compact power bank, a car jump starter, and a LED flashlight, all fit into a minimal and portable design. Store it in the glovebox or simply drop it in your bag. Have a concentrated 14000mAh source of power always with you.
This cam features an emergency recording mode, activated by sharp turns or sudden stops, which automatically captures unexpected driving incidents.
Uber is now a driverless vehicle, after CEO Travis Kalanick stepped down Tuesday.
Chip designers are applying industrial safety design techniques to their processor cores so that they can get themselves out of trouble when a fault occurs.
Made in the USA and originally developed for first responders, this 2-in-1 safety and survival tool features a blade for cutting a seatbelt and a spring-loaded steel spike for breaking a side window. Keep in on your keychain, or clip it to your visor.
Nulaxy's car transmitter works with Bluetooth enabled devices like smartphones and tablets to wirelessly transmit audio through your car's speakers. Its display will show incoming call & music information, and also features a USB charging port.
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