GPS Gadget of the Week: GPS Counter Track
We've all had that nagging feeling that someone is watching us, following our every move. These days, with the proliferation of GPS tracking devices, that feeling is closer to reality than ever. If you're bothered by the thought that someone may be secretly tracking you with a stealth GPS device, the GPS Counter Track by MicroVideoX may be for you.
The company says that the device, which plugs in a cigarette lighter, will render any GPS tracking device useless within minutes. Though the firm's website is short on specifics, the device appears to work by interfering with the L1/L2 signal broadcast by GPS satellites. Of course peace of mind doesn't come for free. In this case, the cost is $219.00 plus shipping.
Last week's GPS Gadget of the Week here.
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