Not that GPS watches are completely new, but Holux is looking to jump in the game with its GPS Tracker 005. The relatively plain timepiece keeps a low cover for top secret reconnaissance missions, and the water-resistance should prove useful when treading through the puddles of an Australian rain forest. Reportedly, the watch has a built-in SIM card slot so it can transmit real-time tracking information via SMS and the like, and users can even download updated ephemeris information to improve satellite fix times. Too bad it can't double as a multimedia player, but we suspect Holux didn't want users zoning off while enjoying the soothing sounds of Sia when they were supposed to be phoning home.

[Via NaviGadget]