QSTARZ Super 99 Bluetooth Solar GPS Travel Recorder


solar-gps-99.jpgHow many times have you actually went off for a long holiday, snapping gigabytes after gigabytes’ worth of photos only to return home without having a clear memory of exactly where they were taken? With the QSTARZ Super 99 Bluetooth Solar GPS Travel Recorder, you don’t have to worry about suffering from memory lapses ever again, since this dual-powered GPS travel recorder is capable of logging up to 200,000 waypoints on each journey courtesy of the support for Geo Tagging of photos along with the ability to share your current location with friends over Google Earth. You can choose to have it operate using its integrated battery which can be recharged via a nearby power outlet, or using the integrated solar panel instead which is capable of powering the device for up to 48 hours at a stretch after achieving a full charge via natural sunlight.

Also known as the BT-Q1200, the QSTARZ Super 99 Bluetooth Solar GPS Travel Recorder is capable of offering up to 51 channels which can be integrated with Google Earth and Geo Tagging software, allowing snapped images and memories to be tagged with GPS data. This is great for building up a detailed archive of memories, especially when you’ve grown older and your hairs are graying, you will still be able to share tales with your grandchildren about how you used to bring their mom or dad to the Yellowstone National Park, or the holiday in Europe where they traversed the continent on a bicycle for an entire month without forgetting about the exact dates, time, and locations of the past.

The QSTARZ Super 99 Bluetooth Solar GPS Travel Recorder can be hooked up to your PDA or notebook in order to transmit the necessary information, while a power saving auto on-off feature is activated the moment it leaves the car. Thanks to the mentioned dual solar power and Li-Ion battery power supply, you won’t have to worry about running out of juice. It doesn’t matter whether you’re recording data on a vehicle, bicycle, and jogging, you will still be able to keep track of where you are.

Source: Gizmag

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