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Magellan GPS eXplorist 600: Ultimate Geo-cache Companion!

June 24th, 2006

We spotted the eXplorist 600 for only $394.50!
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Many of our readers are asking us about the 14 parallel channel WAAS GPS receiver Here’s a link back to one of our posts on this which continues to generate buzz. Magellan eXplorist 600 GPS .
-Color Magellan handheld GPS unit with expandable SD memory
1.8″h x 1.4″w 16-color display
TrueFix technology
Minimal signal loss
8MB basemap
SD memory card
Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack
USB interface cable Size: 4.6″H x 2.1″W x 1.3″D. Weight 4.6 oz.

Garmin GPS 18: Turn your Laptop into a Street Smart Navigator!

June 23rd, 2006

Turn your laptopinot a gps garmin 18!
For just $89.00 you can turn your laptop PC into a powerful street smart navigator
with the GPS 18 – a GPS sensor bundled with nRoute and City Select software that automatically guides you with turn-by-turn directions and voice prompts to get you safely to your destination. Similar to Garmin’s MapSource software, nRoute features an easy-to-use interface, making it intuitive to operate so you can focus on driving. It offers auto-routing and voice-prompting capabilities to virtually any address.
Laptop GPS
Technical Details:
– simple, convenient, and inexpensive way to turn your PC laptop into a personal navigator
-Connects to your PC via USB 2.0 interface (USB 1.1 compatible)
-Waterproof to withstand immersion in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes

Garmin GPS is S & P Focus Stock of the Week

June 22nd, 2006

GPS Navigator for Lowest price!
‘The maker of GPS-enabled products and other communications gear, Garmin is well-run and poised to grow. With S & P’s highest rating, the personal navigation device market is poised for mass consumer adoption, and believe Garmin (GRMN; recent price, $93), as a market leader, is in a prime position to capitalize on the upswing.’
Source: Standard and Poors

Portable GPS Driving Monitor

June 21st, 2006

Jon Fischer, a 17-year-old rising high school senior from Lurenurg, Mass., was named the grand-prize winner, walking away with $7,500 in seed money for developing a GPS Teen Driving Monitor. His company, Speed-Demon, developed a portable GPS box (vehicle GPS navigation) that mounts on a car dashboard and records what roads a driver travels on and at what speeds � allowing parents to monitor their children’s driving habits.
Source: Fox News
GPS Navigator for Lowest price!

Philips GPS Electronics Versus TomTom: GPS Battle Heating Up

June 20th, 2006


Royal Philips Electronics announced that leading developer of GPS navigation products, ALK Technologies, has integrated Philips’ ‘Spot’ software GPS solution in its latest product, the CoPilot Navigator 9. According to PC magazine, Philips Electronics said it would begin making mobile personal navigation systems (GPS) which could hurt route-finding market leader TomTom.

Philip’s GPS receiver will be thin and light – about 1 inch thick and a feather-light 5 ounces. Mapping data will come from Navteq . Philips will unveil the products starting in September focusing on Germany, France, and Belgium. The entrance of Philips underscores the evolution of the GPS (global positioning system) market from a niche product popular with hunters, hikers, and boaters into a thriving consumer business.

Philips is the first company to offer device makers a true software GPS signal processing solution. The result of over 5 years research and development, Spot draws on Philips’ expertise in signal processing and software for consumer products, as well as its long-standing experience in automotive GPS.
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