Transcend DrivePro Car Video Recorder Series Released

March 28th, 2016  – Transcend Information, Inc. announces the complete Transcend DrivePro Car Video Recorder series, including the DrivePro 100, DrivePro 200, DrivePro 220, and DrivePro 520. Day or night, the Transcend DrivePro Car Video Recorder is your most reliable eyewitness on the road.

Transcend DrivePro Car Video Recorder Series Released

 

Transcend DrivePro Car Recorder Series

Every model in the Transcend DrivePro series captures crystal-clear Full HD 1080P (1920 x 1080) video at 30 frames every second, faithfully recording everything happening on the road with its wide 130° to 160° viewing angle and large aperture lens.

The Transcend DrivePro safeguards your valuable video record with its built-in battery to keep recording for 30 seconds in the event of power failure or interruption, plus the G-sensor emergency recording function protects video files from erasure after any unusual shock or impact is detected. The Auto Power On/Off feature ensures your DrivePro is ready whenever you need it.

The bright built-in 2.4″ color LCD screen lets you review video at any time, and your recordings can also be copied to PCs and other devices, and viewed with Transcend’s free-to-download DrivePro PC Tool for Windows. There’s also a quick snapshot feature to take photos at any time.

 

Capture every detail and every moment

The camera of a Transcend DrivePro car video recorder is built to the highest optical standards, to capture critical details such as license plates, even in sub-optimal conditions. The DrivePro camera uses not just one, but 6 or even 7 glass lenses, plus an infrared filter lens, for sharp and clear images. Unlike competing products, this design avoids fogging from heat generated during long periods of operation, reliably recording in difficult conditions. The large aperture of the lens, from F/1.8 up to F/2.0, ensures clarity in low light.

 

Powerful navigation, driving assistance, and safety features

Choose the Transcend DrivePro that’s most suitable for you. Start your journey into car video recording with the entry-level DrivePro 100, move up a gear to the DrivePro 200 and 220, or accelerate to the front of the field with the powerful DrivePro 520. Features available in the range include GPS, rear-facing in-car camera, collision warning and driving assistance, and a mobile app with Wi-Fi connectivity.

Transcend DrivePro Car Video Recorder Series Released

The top-of-the-line Transcend DrivePro 520 features a dual lens camera: drivers can clearly capture both the road and the interior of the vehicle simultaneously, thanks to the rotatable rear lens with infrared LEDs for night vision.

Both the DrivePro 520 and the DrivePro 220 record GPS coordinates along with video, to precisely determine the location of an incident, or to display your journey path later with the free PC software.

The Transcend DrivePro 220 also offers innovative driving assistance functions, including Forward Collision Warning System (FCWS) to keep a safe distance at speed, Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) to warn if the vehicle is drifting out its lane while moving at high speed, and Parking Mode, to record video and capture evidence automatically if the car is bumped while parked unattended.

Transcend DrivePro series car video recorders all include a free microSD Card, and are available with a choice of either a suction mount or adhesive mount and include a car lighter power adapter. Get the most out of your new Transcend product with Transcend accessories, such as additional mounts, additional car lighter power adapters, and high endurance, shock resistant microSDXC/SDHC memory cards for extended recording or to archive video. Every DrivePro product is protected by Transcend’s two-year Limited Warranty.

 

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