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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 fo

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December 8, 2008 at 8:01AM
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What comes after the GPSmile 61? Why, the GPSmile 62, of course! The predictably titled successor to the big-bezeled unit we spotted at CES earlier this year has surfaced, though there's no real indication that it's coming stateside. Thus far, we're seeing a 5-inch WQVGA display, an \"edge-free\" desi

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Holux's GPSmile 61 doesn't seem all that extraordinary at first glance, but the ultrathin design and 4.3-inch LCD are commendable, at least. Unfortunately, details on further specs are scant, but we do know that it sports an SD expansion slot and can render maps in 3D. For one more shot, be sure an

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The Holux GR-239 is a Bluetooth GPS device with a very simple, cigarette lighter centric design: simply plug it in to your car's lighter socket, and it gives your Bluetooth-enabled device access to GPS data. It's also capable of feeding out its signal over USB -- if you don't mind wires all over th

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If you've yearned for an Asian-based GPS, but didn't feel like worrying over those annoying import duties or changing out the maps, Space Machine apparently feels your pain. Contrary to its title, this device actually doesn't include the marked highways on Jupiter and Mars, but it does manage to inc

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Besides being quite a handy portal to the internet while you're out and about, Nokia's 770 Internet Tablet is about to acquire some navigation functionality as well, thanks to an upcoming hardware and software suite from Navicore. Called the Nokia Navigation Kit, this bundle will include the Navico

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Holux's newest offering sports a lightweight, near-borderless design that's sure to draw a smile from aesthetics gurus, while the longevous battery life should keep even the most long-winded trekkers on track. The GPSmile 52 Car Navigator should feel right at home on a dashboard or in a hiker's pal

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