Polaroid Announces New Wi-Fi Enabled Dashcam at CES 2016

Polaroid PD-W63C dashcamPolaroid has announced a new automobile dashcam, the Wi-Fi-enabled Polaroid PD-W63C, will be joining their collection of easy to use dash cameras. It will be available to consumers in the United States. The Polaroid PD-W63C will be available in early 2016 at an MSRP of $199.99.

The Polaroid line of dashcams provide drivers with piece of mind by offering credible documentation for events that occur while on the road, and serving as a hands-free method of capturing their on-the-go experiences. The Polaroid PD-W63C dashcam captures clear and crisp 1296p HD video.

The camera’s Wi-Fi capabilities offer easy control through an Android or iOS app, while allowing for instant sharing of videos with friends and family in the case of an incident. The overall size of the camera is compact, the large 2.0” LED display screen is paired with a wide 150-degree angle lens, allowing users to capture wide scope moments.

The Polaroid PD-W63C is also equipped with a built-in 3-axis G-force sensor, enabling hands-free video recording in the event of an accident. Emergency recording capabilities are automatically triggered when an accident occurs, and video recordings are subsequently dated and time-stamped, protected from loop recording overwrites, and saved on a Micro-SD card (up to 64GB).

Like the rest of the collection, the Polaroid PD-W63C dashcam is easy to use and simple to install. The camera comes equipped with a mounting bracket, a car charger and an extra-long power cord that allows it to be mounted in multiple locations throughout the vehicle. While connected to the ignition switch, the dash camera will automatically turn on when the vehicle starts and automatically shut off when the vehicle turns off.

The Polaroid PD-W63C and entire dashcam line will be on display at the Polaroid booth #13514 at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show, January 6-9, in Las Vegas.