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Review Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Hi guys, Here is the review for latest Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. I've got the smartphone a week ago. So here is how is look the box: (more…)

prezzo Bomba (€34) Xiaomi Xiaoyi Smart Vehicle DVR Traveling Data Recorder Camera

Xiaomi Xiaoyi Smart Vehicle Traveling Data Recorder Camera

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Le caratteristiche:

ADAS: Intelligent security reminder system. Provide real-time intelligent lane shift warning and three gears collision induction model.
165°Wide Angle, easily cover three lanes.
F1.8 large aperture, ultra high sensitive image sensor, the star level night vision imaging.
Built-in Wifi, One key to share. (Only for Android 4.1 IOS 7.0 Above Smartphone)
Ultra clear1080P60, high-fidelity h.1080 video coding.
1296P UHD ultra-high resolution, more clearly than you think.
6G glass lenses, infrared filter, more clear.
2.7 "16:9 wide screen, concise man and machine interaction interface.
Top and bottom Symmetrical type hole, air convection heat dissipation design.
Convenient and simple fixed design, wear-resisting, fire protection, easy installation and stable.
Precision technology, superior performance.

Brand: Xiaomi Xiaoyi
Color: Golden, Gray (Optional)
Shooting configuration: High fidelity h.264 encoding, MP4 format
Audio: Microphone,Loudspeaker
Memory function: Support the C10 (reading speed of 80 MB/s or higher) level above 8GB and 64GB
Material: SABIC flame retardant PC/ABS material
Fixed way: Glass sucker type
The power supply mode: Car cigarette lighter: 12 to 24V power supply
The lens: F1.8 large aperture, 165°ultra wide angle lens
Screen: TFT LCD 16:9960*240Dot-matrix delta
Battery: 240mAh Li-Polymer
Power: ≤ 4.0W
Video coding: H.264 encoding, MP4 format
Support the resolution: 1920 * 1080P 60 frames, 1920 * 1080P 30 frames, 2304 * 1296P 30 frames (high precision software interpolation)
Wireless: Wi-Fi 802.11n
Support smartphone system: Only for Android 4.1 IOS 7.0 Above Smartphone
Product size: Approx. 7.4 * 1.94 * 5.24cm/ 2.9 * 0.8 * 2.1in
Product weight: Approx. 74g/ 2.6oz
Package size: Approx. 18 * 11 * 6cm/ 7.1 * 4.3 * 2.4in
Package weight: Approx. 366g/ 12.9oz

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