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Posted 31 January 2018 - 02:33 PM

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Usher in the Year of the Dog with a trusted companion - the Mio MiVue 792

 

There's no need to fear the holiday traffic this Lunar New Year, thanks to the Mio MiVue 792, which will keep an eye out for you in times of need.

 

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It's that time of the year again. Buying new clothes, spring cleaning, visiting relatives you only meet once a year, and not forgetting, receiving Ang Baos. That's all fine and dandy until you hit the road. Swarms of vehicles ferry a never-ending supply of Chinese families en route to their reunion dinners, tensions rise, tempers flare and road rage ensues.

 

This makes it nearly impossible for every vehicle to escape a fender-bender during this period. No matter how safe you are as a driver, there will always be one or two nincompoops who aren't paying attention and cause a pileup.

 

Things are about to get ruff The 2018 Lunar New Year marks the end of the Year of the Rooster and the arrival of the Dog Chinese zodiac sign. The Dog is the epitome of loyalty, sincerity and the willingness to help others. It will do everything in its power for the person it thinks is the most important.

 

An in-car dashcam is to a driver what a dog is to its owner - a loyal and trusted companion who will watch his or her back in times of crises. It will look out for potential hazards and warn of impending danger.

 

Top dog

 

Leading the pack is the Mio MiVue 792, the company's top-of-the-line, state-of-the-art dashcam designed to bring law and order to the anarchy we call holiday traffic.

 

With the help of an F1.8, 140-degree wide angle Sony Starvis CMOS sensor, the MiVue 792 is capable of recording full-HD 1920 x 1080p video at 60FPS.

 

This allows Mio's top dog to keep its eye on the prize and never lose sight of its target, which, in this case, refers to errant drivers.

 

The MiVue 792 is no stranger to the darkness either. Being the company's most advanced dashcam to date, it boasts enhanced night time video capability that is comparable to night-vision quality. This is thanks to a top-of-the-range optic sensor with sensitivity that goes beyond visible light and into the near-infrared range.

 

An operating temperature of between -10 degrees Celsius and 60 degrees Celsius ensures this alpha is always ready to pounce in both the blistering heat and in freak monsoon weather. And in case it needs the extra storage, the MiVue 792 is able to support microSD cards with capacities of up to 128GB.

 

Should you wish to have a keepsake of your travels, the 792 features integrated Wi-Fi capabilities, which allow you to transfer your recordings to your smartphone for added storage or simply for sharing your experiences on social media via the MiVue app.

 

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Transfer recordings to your smartphone at the touch of a button

 

Dressed to the (ca)nines

 

You may be thinking, "These numbers sure sound impressive, but is that all it can do?" No, the 792 plays the role of watchdog as well, thanks to a host of driver assistance systems such as Lane Departure Warning, Fatigue Warning and Forward Collision Warning.

 

Not only that, the watchdog can keep an eye on where you've been and log your routes in Google Maps via the MiVue Manager, which is a computer programme that allows for video playback, video sharing and directional analysis with the help of the 792's three-axis G-Sensor.

 

The sensor detects sudden changes in motion and will instantly save a protected file that can't be overwritten in the unfortunate event of a crash. And just like the Mio MiVue 658 Wi-Fi, the MiVue 792 comes with parking mode recording, which records while the car is parked.

 

This, of course, requires the MiVue Smart Box Cable. It is an optional add-on purchase, monitors the amperage of the car's battery and cuts off the power when it drops below a pre-set value. This is a failsafe that the guys over at Mio have come up with to ensure the dash cam doesn't drain your car battery while it is parked overnight.

 

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With the help of the MiVue Smart Box Cable, the MiVue 792 is able keep a lookout even when you're not there

 

The Mio MiVue 792 comes as a standalone front-facing dashcam, with the option to add on the MiVue A30 rear camera.

 

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The optional MiVue A30 rear camera is as good as having eyes in the back of your head

 

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Posted 31 January 2018 - 02:51 PM

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Night Recordings from the Mio MiVue 792 and MiVue A30 (Rear Footage)

 

 




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