We are excited that Singapore Motorshow, the country's largest and most prestigious motoring is back after a 3-year hiatus! It will be held at Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre Levels 3 & 4. With a total of 24 participating brands, the event is MORE THAN A CAR SHOW with the iconic Russ Swift Stunt Show, celebrity appearances, a lucky draw, and EV (electric vehicle) car launches showcasing the future of automation.
Introducing the Cellink NEO Extended 7+, the expansion pack which adds more capacity to the main NEO battery.
Continuing on the success of the best selling Cellink NEO 8+, the NEO 8+ S is the latest dashcam battery pack built to deliver the ultimate combination of power, durability and reliability.
Vueroid is the brand name from NC& Co. Ltd, one of the largest dashcam manufacturers located in Republic of Korea. Vueroid dashcams are now proudly distributed by Wow! Gadgets Pte Ltd with the official Vueroid Singapore website here.
The first Cellink battery landed in Singapore was in 2014. Since then, we had changed the way of how drivers are able to power their dashcams safely when they are away from their beloved cars.
Do you know what is the common problem if you install dashcam for your equipment such as forklift?
Wow! Gadgets had participated in the PC Show 2019 which was held at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre from 30 May to 2 June 2019. The PC Show is Singapore's longest IT and consumer electronics exhibition and had been running for the 29th year.
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The I-VUE D10 monitoring device helps drivers stay alert, because one life lost is one too many.
Police is searching for thieves accused in a series of vehicles been stolen. Thanks to BlackVue DR750S-2CH dashcam which captured all the action clearly, even the face of the thieves!
(Reuters Health) - Drivers who hit the road on less than four hours of sleep are at least as likely to be involved in a crash as drivers who had too much to drink, a U.S. study suggests.
Brian Tefft, senior researcher at the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety in Washington, D.C., reviewed data on more than 6,800 road accidents to study the effects of sleep deprivation on driving.