It’s fairly safe to say (and I use that expression very deliberately) that having a dash cam in your car can be really useful. With more and more cars on the road (and, by proxy, more and more drivers) accidents are getting more commonplace and if you’re involved in one that wasn’t your fault, you’re going to want the evidence to make the insurance claim as straightforward as possible.
In terms of dash cams though, you’re hardly struggling for choice. There is, however, one major issue. Most models are either cheap (and terrible) or expensive (but great). With this in mind though, we take a look at the Noyato Sphere Series NX-500. A dash cam designed to bridge the gap both in terms of proving excellent recording quality and functionality with a price tag that makes it worth the money.
Is it worth the money though? Well, let’s take a closer look and find out!
The key features for the Noyato Sphere Series NX-500 include;
“NX-500 has two 1080p high resolution camera lens which can record 190° super-wide viewing angle both outside and inside of the vehicle. You will not miss any chance of recording. This is a true ” No Blind Spot” dash camera and this is what people need.” – Noyato
For more detailed specification, you can visit the official product page on the link here!
The packaging for the Noyato Sphere Series NX-500 is amazing sleek. While the packaging doesn’t have much in terms of actual information, the presentation is exceptionally bold and impressive.
What is perhaps lacking is that nowhere on the box does it actually say that it’s a dash cam. As such, based on the design practically anything could be inside. A tablet, camera, perhaps even a bottle of aftershave! We do, however, again have to credit this amazingly good design. It’s simple, but boy does it look prestigious.
Aside from the Noyato Sphere Series NX-500 and the suction stand (to attach it to your windscreen), you’re not given much else in terms of accessories. You are provided with a long USB charging cable (roughly 3 meters in length), a cigarette port power adaptor (in case your car doesn’t have a USB input) and two pretty basic manuals on the product itself.
In fairness, this is everything you could need and you’re not left wanting. It would, however, have been nice for the main manual to provide a little more detail on the product itself. It doesn’t, for example really tell you how to access the videos from a computer. A relatively basic point for a dash cam.
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