Navilock Chooses GPS Chip For Bluetooth GPS Mouse

Posted: Aug 3 2007, 10:05am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:09am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 

Navilock Chooses GPS Chip for Bluetooth GPS Mouse
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Well here are a few words that I can’t say I ever expected to use together, Bluetooth GPs mouse. Navilock has chosen a GPS chip from u-blox to power their Bluetooth GPS Mouse.

The BT-451 mouse works as an external GPS receiver with its own power source and wireless connects to PDAs, mobile phones and notebooks. Navilock claims that the BT-451 has a powerful antenna that outperforms other GPS receivers.

Navilock claims battery life of both the mouse and the portable device is increased by allowing the device to only connect to the mouse when it needs positional data. The u-blox ATR0635 GPS single chip was chosen because of its superior indoor GPS functionality. Via ublox

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