I'd like to thank Lance of Wireless Innovations for providing us with the Sapphire GPS Mouse for review.
If you're into traveling one way to make things easier is to use a GPS device. These handy little devices can tell you exactly where you are on earth. Use one with mapping software and you can basically plot a trip anywhere. Today we're taking a look at a very affordable GPS unit from Royaltek, their Sapphire GPS Mouse.
The Royaltek Sapphire GPS is of an unusual design. The unit looks like an oversized trackball mouse and has an attractive deep bluish-purple dome to it.
As for the size, the Sapphire measures in around 5 centimeters which is just larger than a quarter. This has got to be one of the smallest GPS units on the market.
-Twelve parallel channels
-Built-in active antenna
-Super-cohesive magnetic for installation
-High sensitivity to satellite signal
-Low power consumption
Cables available to connect to:
-PC: RS232/Serial, USB
-iPAQ 31XX/36XX/37XX/38XX/39XX/5450/22XX/55XX/41XX series
-Casio Cassiopeia E125/250/500 series
-HP Jornada 540/560 series
-O2 XDA/T Mobile MDA/MDA II/XDA II
-Dell Axim X5, and others.
-Also Cables for Palm 5xx series/Tungsten T/Tungsten C/Zire 71