is taking its familiarity with GPS receivers
and integrating a data logger to form the newfangled BT-Q1000. This two-faced device doubles as a Bluetooth GPS
receiver to navigate your course and allows you to "record your routes" in order to plot points on Google Earth
and disseminate the map to your envious pals. Moreover, you can use the device to more accurately tag where your travel photos were snapped along the way, and if you're in the fleet management biz, this here tool can keep your motorists from straying too far off the beaten path. Designed to last a whopping 32-hours without a recharge, the BT-Q1000 can make your next journey a whole lot more memorable for $119 when it lands later this month.