Don’t get fooled with its compact and cute looks, the Rove A12-60 has more to offer. Here is a quick Rove A12-60 review on the latest Quad-HD dashcamera that comes with impressive specification on the paper. But is it as good for real? Read the rest of this review to find out.
The compact device comes with all latest technologies and features that any other dash cams offering in the market today. That includes contentious loop cycle recording, G-sensor, motion detection, auto on-off, parking model sensor, anti-flicker, emergency video locking on accidents and few other usual features.
Where the Rove A12-60 model stands out from the crowd is its Quad HD video recording. The recorded videos give all the details you need from a recording, much needed feature in the dash cams right? Many of the dash cameras in the market offers boasting specifications and never useful features, but when it comes to recorded video quality they fail to record complete details in clarity.
The cute device records videos with maximum resolution of 2560x1440P @60fps, it is also powered with HDR technology to reproduce accurate colors. The device also has settings to reduce the resolution, if the user would likes save the storage space. However, the device comes with loop recording that overwrites the old recordings when the storage is full. 16GB Class 10 Micro SD Card is included in the box, and the device supports up to 512GB. I remember my old desktop computer has same size of hard disc.
The dash cam sports 170º Ultra Wide A+ viewing angle lens and 4.0MP CMOS sensor. Powered with Ambarella A12-A75 chipset for reliable performance. Thanks to its superior night vision technology, its world class 6-layered F2.0 aperture lens ensures more low light capture and records high-quality videos in night.
Another useful feature is that the device records the videos in MP4 format, much easy to watch on any gadget without struggling with file format conversions. You could also use its 3-inch 960x240p LCD screen to reply the recordings.
As most dash cams today, the Rove A12-60 comes with GPS Geo-tagging, the device accurately records the vehicles location, speed on the video along with time/date stamp. Though the device comes with small capacity battery to record on emergency, you need the device to be connected to 5V, 1.5A power input for continuous operation.
The Rove A12-60 dashcamera comes with 360 degree rotating car mount and necessary cables included in the box. The company also offers one year warranty on the device.