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RECEIVER: Proporta's new GPS Receiver is the most compact Receiver yet
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 19.09.07 - 10:58:47 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 17740x
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Well, we are seeing some interesting Windows Mobile smartphones released soon (like the Palm Treo 500v or the O2 Xda comet) or available already (like the Samsung's SGH-i600/SGH-i620/SGH-i640 or the Toshiba G900) but all these devices misses one (for some) important feature: an inbuilt GPS receiver which can be used with Google Maps, etc. Now that's where Proporta's newest product, which is available from next week, comes into the game: the Freedom Keychain GPS SiRF III Receiver. Due to the ever-increasing world of technology, this tiny GPS receiver, weighing in at a tiny 30 grams, comes with the latest of GPS technology.

Working from your pocket, handbag or briefcase, it is compatible with all the mapping software currently available and thanks to Bluetooth, it's the ideal for connection to your smartphone, PDA or even Notebook. Furthermore the Freedom Keychain GPS SiRF III Receiver also comes with a USB charger cable and car charger cable, giving you the advantage of being able to charge from home or in the car.

As well as being the neatest and most compact GPS receiver ever, this innovative device has a solid working time of up to 9 hours and is able to connect simultaneously to up to 20 satellite channels.

Available from next week, the Freedom Keychain GPS SiRF III Receiver will costs 99.95 Euro/US$ 129.95.

Cheers ~ Arne

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