[Loadstone] Which receiver?

Monty Lilburn monty at loadstone-gps.com
Fri Jul 28 14:24:10 BST 2006

Hi Robert,

The GPS receiver you describe is definitely not what you would be looking 
for when using products like Loadstone, Wayfinder, Trekker, or Braille 
Note GPS.

Receivers we found work quite well include:

Seidio RBT-2010  (Royaltek)
Globalsat BT-338
Holux GR-236

Basically if you are searching for a suitable Bluetooth GPS receiver make 
sure it says: Bluetooth, SiRF III and make sure you read reviews.

Unless my conversion is way off I would imagine you're looking at prices 
in the 100 Euro range!


  On Fri, 28 Jul 2006, Sandberg, Robert wrote:

> Hi folks!
> I found a retailer who has the Garmin P60. When I checked it out on their website, I got confused. I thought it was simply a receiver, which connected the phone with the satellite system. From the list of features, I gathered that it is actually a stand alone unit with a lot of functions already built in to it. See below.
> List of 8 items
> * 1,000 Waypoints & 20 Routes
> * 10,000 Track log points
> * Trip computer
> * USB & serial interface
> * 28 Hours AA battery life
> * Compatible with
> OSI Trail Master
> * 1MB internal memory with preloaded worldwide cities
> * Size: 15.5H x 6.1W x 3.3D cm
> list end
> That seams a rather large item with a lot of onboard stuff, considering I only want it as an accessory  to my mobile. Also it costs EUR225 which seams a bit steep.
> Can someone tell me if I'm looking at the wrong item or if we in deed have to get such a heavily equipped gadget?
> Cheers,
> Robbie
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