Don’t you just love progress in technology that has enabled us to live a much more relaxed life, having devices and gadgets to ease the way we do things? Imagine that in the past, dad who took photos of all the family vacations had to then send those negatives to the nearby photo shop to have them developed. Following that, he had to make another trip to collect those photos, and then painstakingly tried to remember just where and when he took those photos of you and the rest of the family, following that up with some useful labels so that the memory will remain etched forever without having to worry about arguing over whether you were 8 or 9 years old when you shook hands with Mickey Mouse at Disneyland. Nice to know that modern technology has enabled this thing known as geotagging, where users are able to geotag their photos via GPS co-ordinates. The PhotoTrackr Mini DPL900 takes the original idea of its 2007-released PhotoTrackr by coming with even more features, where we’ll take a look at it in the extended post.
The PhotoTrackr Mini DPL900 is not only smaller but faster than the original, where it will go about geotagging your photos with aplomb in order to preserve your travel experience as you share all those lovely shots with family and friends over various online web albums such as Flickr or Picasa, giving a detailed account of any and all trips you have embarked on so far, alongside the ability to work with Mac software and RAW photos support. This has been a long time in coming, and was always one of the major gripes with Mac users in the past who wanted to buy the PhotoTrackr Mini DPL900 but never did so due to such a restriction. Looking like a USB flash drive, it certainly won’t evoke a sense of fear or trepidation and bulkiness when you tote it around.
If you are interested in picking one up, the PhotoTrackr Mini will retail for $69.