Summary: I have a smartphone that runs GPS software, but does not have a built in GPS unit. Rather than spend $300.00+ on a stand alone unit, I bought the PT120 to link to my phone and it works like a charm!
Summary: I purchase this PBA for a trip to Europe. The product performed well. The interface is slightly difficult to learn and finding some locations in Europe is slightly difficult. Overall I can recommend this product.
Summary: This Pharos PT120 GPS Receiver is hand small and portable. The bluetooth feature allows me tp connnect to either a Tablet or PC when I use the mapping or directions apps. It allows more acccuracy than the built in gps sensors.
Summary: This was purchased as a gift for my son, who uses it with a Treo 650. He is very pleased with the product. He reports that its setup was not as easy as it might have been, but it has performed flawlessly for him here in the U.S.A.
Summary: Use this with my Dell Axim X51v PDA, and Ostia from Pharos. It works great, only sometimes I have difficulty connecting to it, but I think that is the fault of the Axim. The unit is small and fits easily in my pocket so I can travel with it.
Summary: The GPS receiver works quite well and has a range far beyond the expected 10 meters. I have used it with my laptop (which was in the house running MS Streets & Trips) and taken the receiver outside to my back yard (about 60-70 feet through walls and such) and it still was connected to my laptop.
Summary: I bought this GPS unit and had problems getting the bluetooth to work. I downloaded the software upgrade from Pharos along with a few updated maps and it then worked flawlessly. Quick start-up and great software.
Summary: Got this product as described, I got it to replace a GPS that I was using in Delorme's Street Atlas. Using Vista, I was able to find the device, but the mapping software had constant issues with connecting to it and using it.