Tuesday, June 06, 2006

GPS for the Size Conscious

Looking for a pocket size GPS solution that you can also throw in you bag and haul just about anywhere? Well, it’s here. The PocketTrack Covert GPS Tracker is a tiny GPS logger that boasts 1MB of memory, allowing you to chronicle up to 4000 recordings. It documents months of travel by using state-of-the-art GPS Mapping Technologies to accurately display your location via graphical maps and 3D satellite images. The recorded information can then be uploaded onto your computer through the USB port, allowing you to “playback” the location of your adventures. It’s powered on 2 AAA batteries which have a life of up to 16 hours in high power mode and 5-7 days in low power. PocketTrack's unique power management features allow for an extended battery life—ideal for covert operations.


Initially, I was apprehensive about purchasing this product. There are seemingly better solutions on the market for similiar rates. However, size played an important role in my decision making process, as did functionality and usability. Ultimately, I can't say that I would have been any better off would I have purchased a larger system. I find the PocketTrack to be very reliable and dependable--a true bargain for the price. Definately worth every penny of its $249.95 price tag. And, best of all—it’s no bigger than your flash drive!

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