Mio, a leading provider of vehicle dashcams in Europe and Asia Pacific, is launching an enhanced version of its popular MiVue 798 dashcam with the new MiVue 798 Pro. Providing drivers with the ultimate peace of mind, the dashcam provides high-quality recordings, various safety features and the new addition of average speed camera alerts to ensure road users can stay informed and protected. The MiVue 798 Pro is available from Robert Dyas and the Mio website for £189.

Featuring top-quality recording resolution, the MiVue 798 Pro is able to provide sharp video clips or photos in the event of an accident, providing real clarity and proof when required for insurance.

Designed to capture every detail, it has Full HD 1080p in 60fps and 30fps as well as 2.8K QHD 1600P (25fps) and 2K 1440P (30fps) with a 145-degree wide-angle lens. In addition, the impressive Sony STARVISTM CMOS video sensor ensures that the footage remains clear, with excellent contrast and rich colours – even at high speeds.

Featuring an F1.8 aperture and night mode, the dashcam can guarantee that details such as registration plates or lights are captured even when driving late or in the dark. In the event of an accident or prang, users can feel safe in the knowledge that it will be recorded and able to be used to provide them support in any claims. The MiVue 798 Pro also supports the use of a rear camera (MiVue A50, MiVue A30) for additional recordings if preferred.

Clips can be viewed on the 2.7in display and the dashcam also features a microphone and speaker to allow for audio recording as well as video. The rotating mount provided can allow users to position the dashcam in a place that is convenient for them and provides no distractions.

Packed full of safety features, the GPS tracking provides drivers with safety camera warnings as well as average speed camera alerts – a feature new to the MiVue 798 range with the MiVue 798 Pro.

Mio’s patented Custom Speed Camera feature, SmartAlert ensures that the faster that the car is being driven, the earlier the alert of a speed camera ahead is given. Adjusting the timing of these alerts to be specific to that driver helps to avoid emergency stops or fines. Through the GPS – in the event of an accident – GPS coordinate photos can be provided and users get the benefit of free safety camera data updates so their device will always be up to date.

The MiVue 798 Pro is available from Robert Dyas and the Mio website for £189 ENDS.