[Loadstone] Which receiver?

Ari Moisio arimo at netsonic.fi
Fri Jul 28 14:31:00 BST 2006


  You are looking for wrong item. These navigators are not accessible for 
blind users.

  You need a bluetooth  gps receiver. Your mobile phone and Loadstone takes 
care the rest.


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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