If you happen to be a frequent traveler, then the GPS Travelogue sounds right up your alley. After all, it is capable of tracking and recording virtually everywhere you go. All recorded data will then be uploaded to online mapping applications including Google Earth, and all locations are stored in real-time on its built-in 64MB internal memory. Of course, you can also set it to record your position at intervals of between one second and 59 minutes, depending on your preference. Enough to hold up to 260,000 waypoints including altitude, speed, time, and distance, the GPS Travelogue is tiny enough to fit into your palm without a problem. It plays nice with Windows 7, Vista and XP operating systems, retailing for $149.95. A two hour charge can last for up to 30 hours.
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