Do you like finding new stuff and adventure? GPS seems to have taken the fun out of bringing the old compass and map on a hiking trip, don’t you think? Well, if your GPS device is spoiling all the fun, you could always pick up one of these conceptual digital compasses, and ditch your existing GPS device at home. You can configure the location that you want to go through in it via your computer (connected by USB), and the light around the ring in the compass will point in the general direction of your wanted location, going from red to blue in a gradient of colors, depending on how close or far you are from your desired location. Of course, it seems a little counter-productive, considering those turn-by-turn GPS devices could give you the exact directions, but then again, where would the fun be in that, right?
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