Record your drive with Papago

HAVE you ever been “trapped” in an unforeseen traffic situation where you needed an eyewitness? In times like this, having an in-vehicle digital video recorder such as the Papago P1W can be handy.

The device records in full HD (1080p) and has a 120° wide-angle lens for capturing videos of both sides of the car, according to the local distributor, M3Asia Sdn Bhd.

Once the user switches on the car engine, the P1W will automatically start a continuous recording loop.

The video will be captured on an SD card (Class 6 and above, up to 32GB supported) and will be continuously overwritten once it reaches the storage limit.

The P1W also has an emergency button that saves the recording permanently for future reference. It reserves 2GB of the memory card for users to save up to 10 videos.

Users can replay the recording instantly via the device’s 2.4in screen to show a “clearer picture” of what transpired to avoid any arguments, according to the company.

Other features include a HDMI port for viewing the recording on a bigger screen and a USB 2.0 port for transferring the videos to a PC for future reference.

The P1W retails for RM399.

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