Dual Electronics XGPS150 Universal Bluetooth GPS Receiver
Earlier this winter, I read a random log in my email notices, and this was mentioned as being used with an ipod or ipad.
I've read a bunch of reviews on Amazon, and finally decided to order one tonight. Seems it's used quite a bit by private pilots to track themselves. The antenna in my Droid 3 is entirely useless and am relying on our Garmins all of the time now, which isn't a bad thing, but I would still like to see it work for general navigation too.
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Finally got to play with it. Took an hour of research and fiddling with the settings until it connected with my Droid 3. I think I'm going to be happy with this. Outside shows a constant 8 feet of error, and inside shows 12. It doesn't pass on the individual satellite info, but everything else is there. Supposed to be 8 hours of built in battery life while unplugged. Wrist straps are included.
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