it works pretty good. it can connect the satelit in only ...
jonathan sum, Amazon
13 August 2014
Summary: i brought in their local store. it works pretty good. it can connect the satelit in only one second. it is better than my htc senation ,tomtom milk (20$one). i really love it ,but it is also very expensive. it works fine with RoqyBT7 and the BTStack in my ipad air(wifi only).
Summary: If reliability is what you need, this is your device. You just put it on, drop it in your pocket and forget it. When you are back home, you have a guaranteed track record. With 8 hour per day battery safely lasts a week (tested!). The memory: I record my whole seasons walking and off-road driving (as a geologist) as well as several hundreds of waypoints, without wiping anything! Superb!
Wonderful GPS Logger and Bluetooth Receiver - great for tracking trips.
20 June 2014
Summary: This GPS receiver / logger connects by Bluetooth to a phone, tablet, or laptop, and provides precise location, speed, and direction information for use by apps. The included software shows a Google map of the route traveled, and can "playback" the travel, showing accelerated motion of a color dot across the map.
Summary: ..........If you use it within a narrow profile. For instance, If you have navigation software, or some other land based software, just plug the BT-1000XT into a USB port and the driver will load automatically, creating a virtual COM port. Be sure to write the COM port number down, you may need it later if you manually have to connect to it from within your software program. BE SURE TO PLUG IT INTO THE SAME USB PORT EVERY TIME!!
Summary: I was looking for a small device that I could just throw into the backpack and log our hikes. This logger met all of my needs and works great. My main criteria were: * that it holds a lot of data for multi-day hiking * you can set how many seconds between each logged GPS location (I set it to 10 seconds) * it should have good software for downloading and displaying data * it must have a physical on/off switch for reliability and power conservation * it should be small...
Summary: About the size of a car key fob, this little GPS logger does the job. After turn on, it acquires the GPS satellites and starts navigation after about 30 seconds. The unit is sensitive enough that it works fine by just tossing into a pack or carrying in your pocket. The on off switch is 3 position: off, navigation, Log (also navigation). Built in memory records 400,000 data points. I use this along with a camera to record where photos are taken.
Summary: I've used a few GPS trackers over the years and this one is the best overall. It's the bulkiest of the lot except for the first one but that's the worst thing I can cay about it already---and "bulky" is a bit of an overstatement at a bit over matchbox size anyway. OK, it's not waterproof either but a ZipLoc bag fixes that (I've taken it snorkeling like that).
Summary: -- I have taken the BT-Q1000XT out for test runs 5 times in the past week or so. All were driving trips, but I did take several short walks away from the car for photos. At the end of each run, I downloaded the datatracks, then linked the location data to the photos I took during the trip (I used a Canon 7D).