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GPS logger with big memory?
September 26, 2006 8:29 AM   Subscribe

GPS with extremely large memory? I'm looking for something pretty much exactly like the Sony GPS-CS1 (reviewed here )... but that will allow me to download the data to a Mac when I'm done. (Though the GPS-CS1 mounts as a regular drive on a PC, it won't on a Mac...)

Basically, I want something that will log to its internal memory for a very long time - I'm talking at least a few days - and then let me download that data. Time resolution doesn't have to be great - even only once a minute would be fine.

Discussed but not really answered here. I do not want to have to download my track religiously every day. Every couple days, maybe.
posted by dmd to Technology (3 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
 
Wintec WBT-100 or WBT-200 look like they might fit your requirements.

Looks like the author of GPSBabel found how to download the logged data from the Wintec devices to a Mac either via bluetooth or via USB.

However it appears it could be better in some areas according to this review.
posted by aceyprime at 12:27 PM on September 26, 2006


Mologogo
posted by phrontist at 12:55 PM on September 27, 2006


I guess it's the Sony, then. The Wintec has a vastly smaller memory.

Apparently other people have had no problem mounting it on Linux or OS X, so maybe that one guy just had some weird problem.
posted by dmd at 7:00 PM on September 27, 2006


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