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Wafer Thin GPS Receiver fits any PDA or Laptop

DETROIT — (BUSINESS WIRE) — Speed, accuracy and consistent performance are in demand by people who use GPS receivers. Finding all of these criteria in a compact and versatile unit was extremely important to ProClip USA, a provider of GPS navigation systems and automotive mounting solutions for communication accessories.

ProClip USA is the North American distributor of the SysOn GPS CF Plus, manufactured in Korea by SysOnChip.

“We searched worldwide to find a GPS receiver that delivered the highest performance, and SysOn more than met our requirements,” said Bjorn Spilling, president of ProClip USA. “In addition to being wafer thin for complete mobility, it requires no external antenna. It makes everything else look big and bulky.”

The unit is equipped with 12-channel parallel satellite tracking and is rated fastest Time to First Fix (TTFF) with the latest enhanced firmware and technology.

The SysOn GPS CF Plus receiver is compatible with most PDAs and laptop computers with a compact flash or PCMCIA slot, and with most navigation software available. With low power consumption, the receiver has a SiRF Star IIe/LP chipset and is able to switch between NMEA or SiRF outputs.

Additional information and purchase of ProClip’s SysOn GPS CF Plus and other products are available on the Internet at www.proclipusa.com or by calling toll-free 800-296-3212.

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