Keeping safe on the road while driving your car has never been this easy, thanks to the advent of dashboard cameras. This year, Mio joins the ranks of these ever-trusty drive recorders with its MiVue Dash Cams in three flavors: C320, 698, and 658 WiFi.

The MiVue series boasts “Super High Definition” video recording, and F1.8 (or F2.0 in some models) aperture to capture and play sharp wide-angle videos of daily driving activities. All three are also equipped with full-glass premium lens with an infrared filter and are rigorously tested to pass over 50 quality tests and ISO certifications.

The MiVue C320

The MiVue C320 is packed with a 2-inch screen with a sensor having 2 million pixels, a 1080p full HD display mode, 130-degree wide-angle camera without blind spot, F2.0 aperture, and a built-in G-Sensor. This version supports up to 128GB of memory, which translates to 22 hours of continuous recording.

The MiVue 698

On the other hand, the MiVue 698, features a 2.7-inch touchscreen panel with a 3 million-pixel sensor, a 1296p super HD front cam resolution, a 140-degree wide-angle lens, F1.8 aperture, integrated GPS and lifetime safety camera alerts, and a built-in G-sensor. Like the C320, the 698 supports 128GB of memory.

The MiVue 658 WiFi

The brightest in the brood, the MiVue 658 WiFi is touted by the company as “the ultimate in-car DVR.” It expands the capability of a dash cam by featuring instant sending and sharing to a smartphone via its integrated WiFi. The 658 can also record in Extreme HD without making the file extremely large. Like the 698, this version also has an F1.8 glass aperture for brighter and clearer videos even in low-light situations.

Exclusively distributed by Digits in the country, the C320 retails for ₱4,990; the 698 for ₱7,990; and the 658 WiFi for ₱9,990.

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