Tuesday January 24, 2006 1:04 pm
World’s Smallest GPS Receiver
Rakon, a New Zealand based company, has developed the smallest GPS receiver in the world. This is in hopes that hardware developers will start thinking in the mindset of the public, and their demand for smaller GPS devices. What is astounding is that the receiver outperforms their previous models which are, of course, larger in size. This is good news for the consumer since the receiver is built out of low cost materials, which will hopefully mean no enormous rise in retail prices. How small is it? They claim it to be as small as a baby’s fingernail.
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