Nextbase iQ: The AI-Powered Dash Cam Redefining Vehicle Surveillance

With 4G Connectivity and AI Features, the Nextbase iQ Dash Cam Offers Smart Surveillance for Vehicles

Let’s delve into the hardware details. The Nextbase iQ comes in three versions, distinguished primarily by the resolution of their front-facing cameras. The lineup begins with the 1K version, recording at 1080 x 1920p (full HD) and priced at $499.99 / £349. The mid-range iQ, known as the 2K, records at 2560 x 1440p and costs $599.99 / £399. The flagship model is the 4K version, offering a resolution of 3840 x 2160p and priced at $699.99 / £449.

All three versions share a 140-degree field of view for the front camera and an interior-facing camera recording the vehicle’s cabin in full HD through a 180-degree lens equipped with infrared night vision. An optional rear-facing camera is available, which records in 2K resolution through a 140-degree lens, priced at $199.99 / £149.

In addition to GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi, the Nextbase iQ stands out by featuring its own 4G connection, provided by Vodafone in the UK and Europe, and T-Mobile in the US. This 4G connectivity facilitates live streaming from the dash cam to your smartphone from anywhere in the world, with collision footage automatically uploaded to the cloud.

 

Nextbase iQ: The AI-Powered Dash Cam Redefining Vehicle Surveillance