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TomTom One XL

Geekzone
  • Excerpt: TomTom, the largest GPS manufacturer and mapping software developer in the world has just entered the New Zealand market with the launch of two of their models.
  • Cons: Recalculating a route may take time (not excessive) and the first instructions comes too near the road you need to take.
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GlobalSat BC-337 Compact Flash GPS Receiver

Geekzone
  • Excerpt: This is one of the latest releases from GlobalSat, and it certainly lives up to expectations. The results were very nice, and the unit outperforms the LeadTek CF 9534 unit I reviewed last year, mainly because of the use of the SiRFstar III chipset.
  • Pros: Small solid profile - portable, reliable., Useful for older PDAs that only have CF, and laptops,, Highly sensitive chipset., External antenna connector (not often required)., No need to keep charged – uses host power., Supports WAAS corrections (North America).
  • Cons: No onboard memory., No onboard battery., Uses host power – reduce operational time., Not powered when PDA switched off., Compact Flash is not so common on PDAs these days.
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Outdoor GPS: Garmin Montana 650t

New Zealand PC World
  • Summary: An essential tool for the enthusiastic outdoorsperson.
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Globalsat BT-328 Bluetooth GPS Receiver

Geekzone
  • Excerpt: The Globalsat BT-328 is aimed at being an entry level Bluetooth GPS receiver for those that either don’t want to pay for its big brother the BT338, or are looking for something a tad smaller.
  • Cons: Like all Bluetooth receivers, needs to be charged separately, Not so good in urban canyon / tall building situations
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Fitness Wristwatch with GPS: Garmin ForeRunner 210

New Zealand PC World
  • Summary: A singe-purpose fitness tracker that does an excellent job of the basics. If not for battery hiccups, this would be perfect.
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