THINKWARE launches the latest Q-series dash cam, the Q1000 in US markets



(ProNewsReport Editorial):- San Francisco, California Sep 5, 2022 ( – Today, world-leading dash cam brand THINKWARE announces the launch of its latest Q1000 dash cam to the US market. The Q1000 is available on the THINKWARE website, Amazon, and other specialty online/brick-and-mortar retailers.

The Q1000 is the next installment in THINKWARE’s Q-series equipped with ultra-clear 2K 1440P QHD 30fps or FHD 60fps video quality to capture clear dash cam footage in any road conditions. In addition, the continuous recording mode records footage using real-time images in one-minute segments at 30fps. The dash cam will record and store the file if an incident occurs while driving. Night-time recording is also accounted for with super night vision 3.0, ensuring all videos benefit from improved brightness.

Key features include:

  • Super Night Vision 3.0 with HDR – record videos with improved brightness.
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity allow users to easily upload saved footage to mobile devices using the Thinkware Link app to view, edit and share videos.
  • Geo-fencing – sends alerts when your vehicle travels out of a set area with the Connected Service
  • Road safety warning system – warns the driver to forward collisions, forward vehicle departures, and lane departures
  • Remote live view – access the dash cam remotely through the Connected service allowing users to view a live video feed

The Q1000 is compatible with the THINKWARE CONNECTED service, improving the impact notification system, which notifies a connected mobile device via SMS with footage if the G-sensor detects a significant impact. A video (10 seconds before and after the incident) will be sent to the user via the THINKWARE Connected app. Furthermore, THINKWARE Connected users can monitor their parked vehicle in real-time by using the smart parking recording features:

  • Parking Surveillance Mode with hardwiring installation enables parking protection
  • Motion Detection: Monitor and capture motion around the vehicle
  • Impact Detection: Monitor any impact to the vehicle while parked
  • Time Lapse photography: Reduces the recording frame rate from 30fps to 2fps, enabling the dash cam to record continuously while parked
  • Energy Saving Mode 2.0: Enables the Q1000 to remain on standby for up to 576 hours*, or 24 days, while the vehicle’s ignition is off (Based on THINKWARE’s BAB-50 4,500mAH External Battery).

“The safety achieved from having a dash cam is something THINKWARE takes pride in, we want the consumer to have peace of mind while driving, and we want to ensure the car is safe while drivers are at work, sleeping, or enjoying a day out,” said a THINKWARE representative, “the Q1000 is the latest THINKWARE dash cam that continues this tradition with amazing features for when you’re on the go and while parked.”


Global IT Corporation THINKWARE DASH CAM was founded in Korea in 1997. Through consistent research and development in the field of smart car technologies, THINKWARE DASHCAM has established itself as the market leader in various sectors such as dash cams, electronic maps, navigation, mobile applications, and tablet PCs.

Spearheading the competition with world-class image processing technologies and an intuitive, user-friendly interface, THINKWARE DASH CAM debuted in the US market in 2014. THINKWARE DASH CAM has confirmed it will be exporting its DASH CAM lines to 17 other countries including the US, Canada, the UK, and Japan.

THINKWARE DASH CAM has continued to astound the industry with its world-class DASH CAM lineup during its presence at global exhibitions like CES, SEMA, and The Gadget Show Live. For CES2017, the world’s largest consumer electronics show, THINKWARE received the Innovation Award of the Year for excellence in technology and design. The company has also received the IF, IDEA, and Red Dot Design Awards.

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