Summary: Pros: Dead on accurate Quick satellite acquisition Portability - very small Cons: Very small easy misplace Seems a little pricey for it's size Like so many others who have a MTK65xx based phone, the GPS always showed me as being out in the woods somewhere despite trying Mobile Uncle and pretty much every other Android utility out there. Another poster gave high marks to this receiver so I jumped on the bandwagon.
Summary: I use this with my Samsung Galaxys S3 as I like to have some redundancy when driving long trips. This has better accuracy and saves on my phone's battery then using the internal GPS. Easy to pair and most importantly easy to use. Exactly what I need.
Summary: Great battery life, quick acquisition, and NEVER drops the signal. I use this in a small general aviation airplane with an Android based navigation system on a tablet and it consistently gets it done.
Works on Android, download GPSInfo to make it work.
Justin Smith, Amazon
25 November 2013
Summary: Great little device. Works very well. Manual/product description should mention that this works on Android fine, but you have to download the app GPSInfo, published by the same company that makes this gadget. Follow the directions on the app page.
Summary: Just received this gps today. Works great so far with my surface pro 2 and windows 8.1. There were some minor tweaks to make, baud rate had to be set to 4800 but that was it. The unit is very small and light, much smaller than I realized it would be. I was able to connect to some industry specific software that use and it works well. The interface is really so simply it almost has to work.
Summary: Purchased this unit to use with my HP Touchpad. Have the Android Cyanogen Mod 9 installed (works great). I'm using the App "Bluetooth GPS" from GG moblab ipo of the recommended GPSInfo by Global Sat. With GPSInfo I had to turn Off Wifi, but that maybe a side effect of the Cyanogen Android. I'm using CoPilot Life with the BT-368. Combination works great and you don't need to have Mobile Broadband as all the maps are on your Tablet or Phone.
Unable to receive GPS data on Windows 8 tablet or Blackberry Q10
27 August 2013
Summary: The device charged and fired up just fine. I was able to established the required Bluetooth links, but was never able to have my aviation or streets programs recognize or receive gps data. I spent more than 8 hours doing internet research, trying different combinations of com ports, etc, and nothing worked.
Summary: Not compatible with any iOS device. Description should clearly state that it will not work with any iPad or iPhone. Bluetooth SPP is NOT used on ANY iOS device. That said....works great on an Android device. Put your Android device in airplane mode and GPS/Bluetooth ON. The GPS locks on fast and is immediately on your list of pair-able devices. Very disappointed that the product description is ... well ... deceptive.
Summary: I use this GPS BT-368 receiver with the Delorme Street Atlas program on my laptop. It finds the satellites quickly and holds on to them even when I carry it into the house. Before the BT-368 Bluetooth GPS receiver, I used the Earthmate Blue Logger and the BT-20 receiver, neither of which are still available and both were sold by Delorme and neither would hold a candle to the 368.