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GPS Surfing

September 30th, 2007


With a Garmin waterproof sports GPS you’ll know which direction your surfing.

Golf GPS Systems: ProLink GPS INN at “Mountain Gods”

September 26th, 2007

ProLink Solutions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ProLink Holdings Corp. and the world’s leading provider of Global Positioning Satellite (“GPS”) golf course management systems and on-course advertising — today announced that the Championship Course at the Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino (Mescalero, N.M.) now features the ProLink Solutions GPS system used at many of the world’s most famous golf courses and plans to participate in ProLink’s exclusive national advertising opportunity. ProLink Solutions is the world’s leading provider of GPS Golf and Golf GPS Systems and revenue-generating on-course advertising. For more information on the Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino, visit http://www.innofthemountaingods.com or call 800.545.9011 for info about Golf GPS Systems.
Source: PRNewsWire.

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.

GPS Buying Guide: Memorial Day GPS Sale!

May 25th, 2006

About 37.6 million Americans will be on the roads on Memorial Day weekend. Most know where they are headed still many will get lost on their day off. SmartMoney.com has mapped out 5 GPS Buying Tips to guide you when selecting a GPS-enabled PDA
1) GPS Maps A GPS device is only as good as the maps it contains. Garmin, produces several GPS models, in the $50 – $250, range.Maps and city guides for North America and Europe are free.
2) GPS Adaptability Most GPS-enabled PDAs are configured to be used as GPShand-helds.Pay attention to which accessories are included to ensure you won’t have to buy more.
3) GPS Features GPS-enabled PDAs that provide both audio and written directions.Don’t be cheap when it comes to buying a Vehicle navigation Unit. Make sure your unit has a “highways only” route home that finds the most direct and
the quickest route to your destination plus an automatic re-router
4) GPS Display (monitor)The fact is, a larger interface (GPS screen) is usually better, especially for viewing maps though larger usually translates into more expensive GPS receivers.Don’t forget about Display clarity and brightness.If possible borrow a neigbor’s GPS system and experiment with it checking out various lighting conditions.
5) GPS Accuracy The more you spend, the more accurate the GPS receiver.Expect to spend at least $250 for a reasonably accurate unit.
Source: Kelli B. Grant, Smartmoney.com

GPS Navigation Systems

May 14th, 2006


Remember when GPS navigation systems were intended to be an in-car tool to keep you from getting lost?
New models from Garmin GPS, TomTom, Navteq, and Lowrance GPS have built-in MP3 players to attract the iPod generation. Many GPS manufacturers are selling receivers with digital photo viewers as well.
Check out our new online GPS Store:
GPS Navigation
NEW Garmin GPS Systems
Magellan GPS
Receivers

TomTom Go
Handheld GPS
Car GPS

 
 
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