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It took a heck of a long time for Jobo to get its first photoGPS hot-shoe-occupying geotagger to market, and now that model is getting a pair of successors offering two and four times the coordinate-keeping internal storage (2,000 and 4,000 locations, respectively). The new models are appropriately

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April 20, 2010 at 10:31AM
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You've got to be kidding us, right? Since February of 2007, Jobo has been dangling this unicorn-like geotagger in our faces and threatening to launch every six months or so, and right on cue, the company is back with yet another claim of \"it's almost here.\" This time at Photokina 2008, the outfit is

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Ever the one to find a somewhat unique selling point for its GPS units, NDrive has now announced a pair of new devices that employ what the company claims to be the \"world's first photo mapping system.\" That slightly dubious claim aside, the new G280 and G800 units certainly look like they'll get t

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We haven't heard much about Jobo's Photo GPS camera add-on since it was announced around the time of last year's PMA show, and it now looks like that's been for good reason, as the company's apparently decided to have another go at this whole \"product launch\" thing at this year's PMA. From the look

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Jobo looks to be branching out from its trademark Giga Vu line of photo viewer/storage devices, today announcing the Spectator mobile storage device and photoGPS accessory for digital cameras. While the company seems to holding out on most of the details until the official debut at the PMA 07 trade

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