MiGadgets, a leading connected technology company for the automotive, consumer and enterprise market has launched a digital video recorder DVR CAR PRO X10. This digital video recorder, with its audio and FULL HD (1920×1080) recording, makes the driving experience intelligent, safe and intuitive.
The stylish and sleek DVR CARPRO X10 has a compact design and supports an external memory of 32GB with a continuous recording loop function while on the road. Other interesting features include a G sensor with motion detection in case of recording in the case of impact, photo capture, 170-degree ultra-wide view, and ability to record in poor visibility. The rear VGA camera support in DVR CARPRO X10 is worthy to mention about as it prevents rear car accidents.
Another outstanding feature of CARPRO X10 is PIP support (picture in picture). PIP supports 3 options all front camera, or both front and back camera simultaneous recording. It uses H.264 compression, a compression technology of next level and that provides higher efficiency in recording.
Commenting on the launch Mr. Anil Dewan, Founder CEO and Managing Director MiGadgetssaid, “with so much time being spent on the road, CARPRO X10 is our vision to offer to thepublic an enhanced and unique driving experience. It applies innovative and creative technology enabling ones driving experience to be recorded for fun, safety, and security. “
The DVR CAR PROX10 is built around a ARM Cortex A7 core processor and comes a 4.0-inch FULL HD color IPS LCD along with features like automatic recording, loop recording, video mode with SOS, built in microphone and speaker.
DVD Car Pro X10 is available at leading showrooms and automobile accessories at a retail price of Rs 9,888
we took a visit to their manufacturing facility in Manesar, Gurugram. Here is our experience.
Basically the company MiGadgets manufactures electronic parts for many clients. MiGadgets has four different business verticals Automotive, Mobility, Enterprise Solutions, Cable Management. The manufacturing unit we visited was for making PCB. We were glad to see that there were women as well working to assemble PCB and other components.
Here are some pictures of Manufacturing unit and Machines