i-gotU GPS Travel and Sports Logger review

i-gotU GPS travel logger is a neat little device to help you record point by point your travels and your expeditions.

It is a fairly simple device. Basically you click whenever you want ( it is so small, fitting to your palm) and i-gotU records those points on its internal memory. That memory is 64MB. Then all your real time records can be uploaded to your computer. i-gotU’s software will show your exact route via Google maps app. Plus, since you clicked your little i-gotU when you take those beautiful pictures during your travel, when you upload those pictures , i-gotU mashes all the data with google maps, and voila, now you know exact locations and the date for your pics.

Your data also includes the speed, the distance and the duration for the travel. As we said before it is very user friendly device and software. It works well with Windows 7, Vista and XP. It does retail around $150 (or less), an OK price for all you can accomplish with it.

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One Response to “i-gotU GPS Travel and Sports Logger review”

  1. benechin Says:

    If you are interested in the GPS aspects of the device, you can read the other reviews-like they nearly all say, the 205 and 305 http://amzn.to/bhuWn4 are excellent. I wanted to specifically point out how much improved and how accurate the heart rate monitor and strap are over the previous version (Forerunner 301), as well as how favorably the 305 HRM functions in comparison to the benchmark Polar monitor.

    The 305 has not dropped my heart rate once in nearly three weeks of daily workouts ranging from one to two hours. I have and have used the 301 for the better part of a year, and continually had problems with interference, which caused extended data dropouts and extremely high, inaccurate readings. The 305 is nothing like the old 301, which is reason enough to purchase if you require a solid HRM with your GPS data. A side
    benefit-it’s accurate! I’ve compared it with my Polar Accurex monitor, and it’s dead on. If anything, the Polar updates a bit slower than the Garmin.

    All in all, a huge improvement, and a great product. Highly recommended. Also, as a number of other reviewers have said, get the SportTracks software. It’s free and it will greatly enhance the viewing of the data from your new ForeRunner 305.

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