Hero Electronix's Qubo enters auto tech, unveils new dash cam
Priced at Rs 4,290, the all-new Qubo Dash Cam comes with a user-friendly mobile application on both iOS and android platforms and is available across various online and offline channels.
"Keeping in line with our broader vision of creating customer-centric connected devices, Qubo has come a long way in the last two years. Today, Qubo has a wide range of connected smart home products that are enriching the lives of Indian consumers," Ujjwal Munjal, Vice Chairman, Hero Electronix, said in a statement.
"With the addition of
The company said that the dash cam is equipped with 1080p@30FPS HD video quality for recording and live view.
With a built-in 6-axis G-sensor, it auto-detects a sudden shake or collision and locks the footage to 'Event File,' which users can access on their phone through Qubo App.
Its Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based alerts ensure that nothing important gets missed, the company said.
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