During CES 2019, PureGear unveiled a dash cam named PureCam that boosts the tech IQ of older cars by doing the work of two or three devices. PureGear noticed a big gap in the dash cam market and saw an opportunity to develop a 4G LTE-connected unit that includes 24/7 front and rear video surveillance with cloud video upload, and GPS-enabled car location.
What helps the PureCam stand out from other dash cams on the market is that it doubles as a Wi-Fi hotspot. Activating this feature requires a SIM card and a data plan, but it’s a smart way to turn an older car not compatible with Wi-Fi into a fully connected one.
The PureCam is connected to the car’s OBD-II port, so it constantly monitors the battery’s voltage and automatically turns itself off if the reading falls below 11.8 volts.
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