GPS units

To: "Peter Shute" <>
Subject: GPS units
From: "Dave Torr" <>
Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 10:48:30 +1100
If that is ALL you want then just go for a cheap one - I have a Garmin Geko
201 which is fine. Johnny Appleseed in Melb was the cheapest place when I
was looking

On 24/11/2007, Peter Shute <> wrote:
> I would have thought just about any would spit out accurate coordinates
> you could write down. What differentiates them is probably the other things
> they can do, e.g. Help get you there, get you home again, get you back to
> that spot again.
> I use my Blackberry 8800 phone's gps, but only because I happen to have
> been given it. As it comes it can't do much more than tell me my lat and
> long, but free add on software lets me see my position on a map (downloaded
> from Google Maps, so as soon as I'm out of phone range I can't see the map
> anymore!) or record a log of where I go. Both applications are useful, but
> neither is totally satisfactoru.
> Peter Shute
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