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i-gotU GT-120 USB GPS Travel Logger – the name says it all

image 183 i gotU GT 120 USB GPS Travel Logger   the name says it all

The i-gotU GT-120 is a GPS logger for busy travellers who don’t have GPS-tagging cameras or phones but want to know where they’ve been. Simply leave the logger switched on and stash it somewhere about your person and it will record where you’ve been and when you were there. Just make sure your camera has the right time set. When you get home, plug it into a USB slot, fire up the included software and slurp all your GPS data from the logger, add your photographs and your whole trip can be displayed in 3D or on Google Maps/Earth, Flickr or whatever social networking site you’re using this week. The unit is water resistant, uses the fabbo SiRF Star III chipset and can also be used as a Bluetooth GPS receiver with a mobile phone or PDA. It should last up to 30 hours logging your position every 15 seconds (which sounds kinda frequent to me) and works from -10C to +50C. Needs a PC though, sorry Mac’s.

image 184 i gotU GT 120 USB GPS Travel Logger   the name says it all

I-gotU is a GPS Logger and Receiver 2-in-1 device including user-friendly Travel Blog Software. i-gotU records trip routes, Auto-adds photo GPS locations, creates an animated trip journal that brings back live trip memory by plotting the route and playing back the photos / YouTube videos with the exact location on 3D maps.

Tags: gadgets, gps+logger, travel+logger

 i gotU GT 120 USB GPS Travel Logger   the name says it all

Dan Ferris is the Red Ferret’s Oceanic correspondent and Associate Editor based in Sydney, Australia. Despite not knowing Russell Crowe or Nicole Kidman, Dan has risen above adversity and now scours the world for interesting tidbits to write about. He spends far too much time photographing stuff and tinkering with computers.

Dan – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

  • Eric Dana Hansen

    In my recently published novel for pre-teens, the main character, Ian, (one of Santa’s helpers), tries to convince Santa of the benefits of using GPS. You know, just in case something were to happen to Rudolph. Santa is reluctant to change. Ian accompanies Santa on Christmas Eve and what happens next will go down in history.

    All the best!
    Eric Dana Hansen
    Author of “IAN, CEO, North Pole”

  • Mike

    @Eric: Nice spam!

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