Navicore provides Bluetooth GPS on the small
Some people may have a soft spot for all things skinny, whereas others love the incredible shrinking whatever. Navicore is appealing to the latter with their Personal GPS, a Bluetooth device that weighs just 30 grams and measures 64 x 22 x 15mm. For those of you keeping score at home, that’s smaller than most USB thumb drives on the market.
Its diminuitive stature is a little deceiving though, considering that it throws down a SiRF Star III chipset, updates its position every second, re-acquires satellite signals in 100ms, and keeps you in the loop via your Bluetooth-capable smartphone, PDA, or car. This USB-powered Navicore device will be seen sharing its love with Symbian S60, S80, UIQ3, and Linux Internet Tablet OS 2006.
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