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Leave it to QSTARZ to innovate so dramatically upon the tried-and-true Bluetooth GPS receiver design. Okay, so maybe it just created two new 66-channel ones that are exceptionally small. Up first is the new BT-Q1300, a \"miniature\" device that's dubbed the world's smallest travel recorder. Continuin

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June 20, 2008 at 10:46AM
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Really, QSTARZ? You've actually had independent testers confirm that your BT-Q818 eXtreme is the most powerful GPS receiver on the entire planet? We're guessing not, but for what it's worth, the second incarnation of the BT-Q818 features 51-channel tracking, 32-hours of navigation time, -158dBm sen

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QSTARZ 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

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While not quite as unique as Gold Kiwi's most recent device, Qstarz BT-Q818 is handy nonetheless. The DOUBLE 32 Bluetooth GPS receiver purportedly tracks 32 satellites and boasts 32 hours of battery life, theoretically \"doubling\" your chances of survival when roughing it in the cold, dark wilderness

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What with standalone Bluetooth-based GPS receivers getting smaller all the time, it's natural to assume that there's a limit to how small said devices can get, which will inevitably lead to manufacturers adding features that are peripheral to the original intended purpose in an attempt to differenti

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