Keep an eye on the road with Anker's Roav Duo dash cam down to a new low

The Anker Roav Duo dash cam has fallen to just $73.09 at Amazon. In recent times, it has sold for just under $90 though it was going for as much as $120 late last year. Today's Amazon price is the lowest we have ever seen for it, though we expect you'll only have today to make the most of it as it is a match for a one-day promotion at Newegg.

It's called the Duo because it has a front-facing and interior facing camera. You can record everything happening in front of your car while simultaneously keeping an eye on whatever might be happening inside the car as well. Both cameras capture footage in 1080p. They have dual 323 Sony sensors and NightHawk Vision technology that help capture footage with enhanced night vision.

The built-in GPS will automatically record your driving route, location, and speed so you have all that information when you need it. This is information that could be vital in the case of an accident or other emergency.

The camera also has a Parking Mode. It will keep an eye on the inside of your vehicle for 24 hours a day with a built-in gravity sensor to activate when it detects movement. Any sudden movements like someone running into your parked car or trying to break into it get recorded for your future use.

The camera works best when mounted in the upper mid-section of your windshield according to Anker's recommendation on the product page, and it comes with a two-piece 3M mount to help you get it in the perfect spot. It also comes with a 2-port car charger so you can power the camera and still have a USB port for your phone. Anker covers it with a one-year warranty.

You'll record all the footage onto a microSD card, so grab an affordable one that can handle a lot of data being re-written regularly.

If the Roav Duo isn't quite right for your needs, be sure to peep this list of the best dash cams for some alternative picks.

Source: androidcentral

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