Hands On Review: Audew 3.7” LCD HD Car Dashboard Camera DVR packs a lot into a tiny security cam kit for your vehicle.
There is a ton of upside to the Audew Dash Cam.
There are some downsides too, including one big literal downside, but for the incredulous price of $47.99 on Amazon, the kit is a steal for the array of features it offers.
Bad news first.
The tiny, light Audew 3.7” LCD HD Car Dashboard Camera DVR holds up very well in the included suction cup mount.
But the mount is meant to hold onto the windshield, not the dashboard, and so if you mount it on the dash, it will record upside down.
While this by no means defeats its purpose, it is rather unfortunate.
Hanging by the glass, she is right side up.
The mount allows for a lot of angling but not a way to invert the dash cam.
The other slight here, folks, is that the micro-SD card is not included. Be sure to invest in one up to 32 GB to start recording.
Now the upsides are tremendous.
Imagine your regular parking spot at the hospital’s massive complex is either in the garage a mile from the building or in a quagmire of a parking lot that nearly always only has available parking spots two miles away from you place of employment.
The swinging doors of angry doctors, patients, and inmates alike frequently bombard your brand new beauty of a car.
Well when you need to see and prove a person hit your car, especially in a hit and run situation or a car accident, then the Audew 3.7” LCD HD Car Dashboard Camera DVR offers great protection.
This thing will film in night vision, in 720P to 1080P HD.
The Audew dash cam has a built-in G-Sensor to automatically detect sudden shakes, rumbles, and collisions.
Then the smart device will lock the footage, and use a license plate stamp and a time stamp to highlight for the courts who/where/when/how the travesty occurred.
There is seamless loop recording and a parking monitor for all of those overly caffeinated hospital employees, and the wide-angle lens captures upwards of 150 degrees.
Drive and park without worry when your Audew Dashboard Camera is plugged in.
And speaking of which, the unit comes with a very long USB to micro-USB charging cable and a lighter power adapter so it can always be charged in the vehicle.
There is some assembly required.
But that is literally a matter of inserting a screw and a washer to fasten the car mount’s adjuster together.
It takes me, and I am handy, no more than seconds to put together.
Give yourselves an hour or so!