TrackStick GPS data logger

TrackStick GPS data logger

Track-Stick
An always logging GPS device for $249… little pricey, but I’ve made and re-made tons of GPS loggers, so I might try this out – “Containing 1MB of memory it can store up to 4000 records allowing for months of travel. When the TrackStick is not moving, memory is not used. The record interval is adjustable to anything between 1 and 15 minutes (this is used to save memory and will not extend the battery life). It’s so small you can hide it for covert applications. There are no special software applications to buy and the raw data can be exported in RTF, XLS, HTML, or Google Earth KML formats.” [via] – Link.

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