GPS Gadget of the Week: Anytrack GPS-100
You can track anything, or anyone, using this week's GPS Gadget of the Week: the AnyTrack GPS-100. The AnyTrack is a small, lightweight, GPS tracking device. It uses a combination of GPS satellites and CDMA networks to calculate its location, indoors or outdoors. Users can then log onto AnyTrack's website and find out where the device is located.
AnyTrack is a product of AnyDATA Corp. which says that because the device is so small you can use it almost anywhere. Users can clip it on a belt, tuck it in a purse or pocket, or toss it in the glove box. Presumably the 2.65 ounce device could be hidden in less conspicuous places as well. Not that any readers of this blog would be so devious.
The AnyTrack GPS-100 sells for $199 for a limited time. However, you have to pay $14.95 each time you view the device's location on the company's website. As the folks at Engadget point out, that could get very expensive for those obsessed with knowing all.
Last week's GPS Gadget of the Week here.
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