Trackstick II – follow your travels on Google Earth

Satellite Navigation systems

If one holiday blends into another, why not let the Trackstick II keep a track of your travels?

It’s a low-power GPS mapping device that uses Google Earth to pinpoint your exact location, running for up to a week via 2x AAA batteries and with a 1MB memory that can log your travels for weeks or even months. On your return, plug the pocket-sized device (which can also clip to your belt) into a computer to view your exploits in glorious 3D

No monthly fees are required and all software needed to use the Trackstick II is included.

Trackstick II (Via Pocket Lint)

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  • What can I say: Great idea, but super sucky! No Mac support, and none planned – kind of dumb when you think that a large client base for this would be photographers and we mainly use Macs!

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