Having a dashcam these days is a pretty common thing, whether you want to prove your case in an accident or send in those funny clips caught on dashcams you are bound to either have one yourself or know someone who does.

In this review, I’m taking a look at the Uniden iGO 70R, A 2.7K dashcam with with speed detection and a rear camera.

Big thanks to Uniden for sending this over for review.

What’s in the Box?

Included in the box of the Uniden iGO 70R is the dashcam itself, the rear cam, a 12v USB car adapter, a USB-A to Micro USB cable and a USB cable for the rear camera, you also get a self adhesive mount for the main dashcam and some documentation

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Design and Features

The design of the Uniden iGo 70R is really nice, it looks really sleek and is pretty small compared to some of the other dash cams I have seen. On the front of the unit is the main lense with the 2.7K sensor, the Uniden Logo and a speaker. On the flip side is the main screen and controls with a Micro-SD Card slot on the side and the USB Power port as well as the mounting slot is on the top. For the rear camera, there isn’t much to say, it has an inbuilt self adhesive sticker that pivots to give you the best angle depending on the shape of your rear windscreen.

  • Camera Resolution 1524P 2.7K / Rear Camera Full HD
  • 2.7″ LCD Colour Screen
  • Dual Camera/2 Channel Recording
  • 3 Axis G-Sensor
  • Parking Mode*
  • Ultra Wide View 150°
  • GPS Geotagging
  • Large Speedo Display
  • Speed / Red light Camera Warnings
  • Lane Departure Warning^
  • Low Headlight Warning
  • Advanced Driver Assist System#
  • Smartphone APP

Setting up the Uniden iGO 70R

Setting up the Uniden iGO 70R is really simple, just stick the main dash cam to your front windscreen and the rear camera to the back and run the cables. Once you turn it on and format the Micro SD Card the camera is ready to go. 

One of the really cool features of the Uniden iGo 70R is that it has built in speed reading to tell you what your current speed is and will give you a verbal warning when you go over the posted speed limit in that area and this speed is also displayed on the playback footage (as well as the time and date).


The Uniden iGo 70R performs really well and produces some very clear and crisp video. Here is a sample of the video I took (I wasn’t able to set the rear camera up as this was only a loan unit)


The Uniden iGO 70R can be purchased from technology shops like JBHIFI for around $300 AUD.

Closer Look


The Uniden iGO 70R is a really good package, it doesn’t cost a lot for what it is and provides quite good video recording and a lot of features!

Find a retailer at the Uniden Website

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The Uniden iGO 70R is a really good package, it doesn’t cost a lot for what it is and provides quite good video recording and a lot of features!