Super Trackstick Offers GPS Tracking

Google bills the Trackstick as “the perfect tool for individuals, law enforcement and government agencies looking for a way to track anything that moves. The Super Trackstick records its own location, time, date, speed, heading, altitude and temperature at preset intervals. With over 4Mb of memory, it can store months of travel information.”
The Super Trackstick receives signals from GPS satellites,and with this information it can precisely calculate its own position anywhere on the planet to within 15 meters.
 
The Super Trackstick will work anywhere, and exact location and the route traveled can be viewed and played back directly within Google Earth.
The 269 purchase price on line includes all software, and there are no monthly fees. An included magnetic mount makes the unit easy to attach and remove from any metal surface. Visit here for more information. 

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