Mini 806 dash cam
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Apr 06, · Mini – Our Review. The Mini is the latest addition (released late) to the very popular Chinese Mini x series. It’s a mid-range dash cam and the successor to Mini There are certain exciting upgrades that have been added to Mini ; we’ve discussed these upgrades in our review, so just read on.. Mini ’s form factor is similar to /; while 08 4/5. Mar 05, · In summary, the Mini records high quality video day and night, and offers a lot more features than most other dash cams of a similar price. Initially this camera got mixed feedback from customers, and some users complained that they received dysfunctional units. This is a great affordable option with a lot of accessories, check it out from these retailers:: :
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Mar 05, · In summary, the Mini records high quality video day and night, and offers a lot more features than most other dash cams of a similar price. Initially this camera got mixed feedback from customers, and some users complained that they received dysfunctional units. Feb 19, · The Mini is quite small at 65x37x35mm, has a ″ screen and G-sensor. The Mini typically comes with GPS which is built into the mount (weighs 18 grams). If you receive a camera with a lighter mount (6 grams), this is the non-GPS mount. But note that attaching and removing the Mini to the mount is a bit difficult when new/ This is a great affordable option with a lot of accessories, check it out from these retailers:: :
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Pentium 4 kits with FSB 533 MHz – already in Japan
A few days are left before the Munich Intel Developer Forum, at which, as expected, the new Pentium 4 processors with FSB 533 MHz are to be officially announced, however, in Japan, as always, a “false start” took place successfully, and residents and visitors of Tokyo can already contemplate such processors complete with FSB 533 MHz boards on the i850E chipset, formerly called Tehama E. However, for now, just admire: according to Japanese sellers, the ban on sales will be lifted only on May 7.
New Pentium 4 processors with FSB 533 MHz arrive at 2.4 GHz and 2.26 GHz. There is practically nothing to add to this: the same Northwood core, as we wrote earlier, 2.4 GHz processors with a new 533 MHz system bus are marked with the letter “B” so as not to confuse them with “ordinary” Pentium 4 with 400 MHz FSB.
In addition, two ATX RDRAM motherboards – D850EMV2 and D850EMV2L are on display. Those familiar with the markings of Intel boards can easily guess that the new items are based on the i850 D850MV and D850MVL boards, but already on the new i850E chipset supporting the system bus. The two’s in the board markings indicate USB2 support.0, but, alas, the boards use the old ICH2 southbridge, so to support USB2.0 boards have special chips from NEC.
About prices. The Japanese say that the FSB 533 MHz Pentium 4 with a clock speed of 2.4 GHz will cost about 70 thousand. yen ($ 530), 2.26 GHz model – about 60 thousand. yen ($ 450). There is no information about the prices of the boards yet.
P.S. The Japanese got a successful photo of the processor box, the inscriptions in Russian are perfectly visible. 🙂