EMTAC GPS

Transplant GPS is bumping their EMTAC Bluetooth GPS line with a new chip set to improve accuracy; pulling location data from 20 satellites simultaneously and updating every second, before forwarding the data to your handheld or laptop over Bluetooth. They're saying this should give you the edge over other receivers in places where reception is usually poor, but the $150 price only nets you a 6 hour lithium-ion battery, so we hope you weren't planning on going very far.

[Via Yahoo!]

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