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GlobalSat Bu-353-S4 GPS mouse is compatible with Windows 8 and Ozi Explorer

GlobalSat BU-353-S4

Since the original BU-353 these have been a popular item. Attach the magnetic base to the car roof and plug the USB into your laptop for GPS capture and on-screen display.
The BU-353-S4 is a USB magnet mounted GPS receiver that has a highly sensitive, low power consumption chipset in an ultra compact form. The BU-353-S4 is powered by a SiRF Star IV GPS chipset, and will provide you with superior performance in urban canyons, and in dense foliage. With the SiRF CGEE (Client Generated Extended Ephemeris) technology, it has the capability of predicting satellite positions up to 3 days in advance, and will deliver a CGEE-start time of less than 15 seconds under most conditions without any network assistance. The Bu-353-S4's MicroPower mode allows the receiver to stay in a hot start-like condition almost continuously while consuming very little power.

The BU-353-S4 box contains the BU-353-S4 USB GPS Receiver, suction cup and a CD-ROM (User Manual & GPS Info Test Utility).

Check the latest GlobalSat Bu-353-S4 price in our SHOPPING CART

GlobalSat BC-337 Compact Flash GPS

GlobalSat BC-337 Compact Flash GPS Receiver

GlobalSat BC-337 Compact Flash GPS Receiver

Do you have a mobile device with a compact flash card input?

The GlobalSat BC-337 is a Compact Flash GPS receiver which can turn your PDA or Laptop into a navigation system with pinpoint accuracy.  This GPS receiver has provided higher sensitivity, lower power usage and more rapid time-to-fix than ever before!  And if that is not enough for you then you can switch on WAAS and get your position pinpointed to within 5 metres.  The GlobalSat BC-337 features a sensitive internal antenna.

GlobalSat BC-337 is available at the gpsShop for AUD$100 Contact us via phone or email if you want this rare item

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