Thank you Transcend for sending over this DrivePro 110 for review.
Official product page: DrivePro 110
• Sony image sensor
• Resolution: 720p & 1080p
• 2.4″ color TFT LCD
• 130° viewing angle F/2.0
• Supports up to 128GB microSD card
• Timelapse video parking mode (requires external power source)
• Built-in Li-Polymer battery
• Driver fatigue alert
• Headlight reminder
• DrivePro 100
• Suction mount
• 16GB Transcend High Endurance microSD
• Car charger
• Quick start guide
• Warranty card
• Transcend brochures
16GB Transcend High Endurance microSD
Quick start guide, warranty card & brochures
Initial firmware out of the box
Upgrade to the latest firmware v1.10
v1.10 – Improved image quality & improved system stability.
~ Note to self: always use a 32GB or smaller microSD card to update the firmware.
I will be using the 128GB Transcend High Endurance microSD provided by Transcend for recording in the DrivePro 110.
128GB Transcend High Endurance microSD
You can record about 27+ hours of videos using the 128GB.
Recorded in 1920×1080 30fps with an overall bit rate of 10.3 Mb/s
The DrivePro 110 is considered to be an entry level dashcam. Using a Sony image sensor, the video quality is good and clear.
Like all Transcend dashcams, the bundled 16GB Transcend High Endurance microSD is a great addition. With 16GB you are able to record about 3 hours in 1080p. Also, you won’t be buying the wrong microSD card to use in the DrivePro 110.