GPS Gadget of the Week: CPC 1100 GPS (XLT)
Forget about GPS cellphones, this Christmas the true GPS enthusiast is hoping for a serious GPS-enabled device. Something like the CPC 1100 GPS (XLT) Telescope. Its 11 inch lens is sure to draw the attention, and envy, of any serious technophile.
The GPS component allows the telescope to automatically pinpoint its location on Earth, thereby eliminating the need to manually enter the information, because after all, manually entering information is just so 90's. Once it knows its location, the CPC 1100 telescope can access a database of over 40,000 astronomical objects, allowing the user to easily gaze into the heavens for months.
Having the coolest GPS device on the block will run you about $2900.
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