All Sports GPS from satsports

There’s a new GPS device for tracking your activities in town and it is from satsports. The two biggest highlights from this device is that it has WiFi connectivity and it is all Android based. This means it will be super easy to share your data with any other device but more importantly you’ll have access to all the GPS based applications at the Android Market so you’ll be free to use whatever app you fancy. It will come preloaded withAll Sports Maps, Satski New Versio, MyRide Feb 2012, and Pocket Caddy.

The hardware is built by Holux which is a pretty good name from Taiwan that’s been in the market for years. Satsports on the other hand is Canadian and they specialize in winter sports. They have a new online community at and with the All Sports GPS you can track your speed, distance, and all sorts of other data and share it with your friends instantly via twitter or facebook.

We don’t have a word on when this will be available or for how much but we’ll definitely keep you posted.

Satsports GPS

Satsports (a name we haven’t heard before) just came out with a handheld GPS receiver called satsports gps specifically designed for activities such as running, skiing, golfing, cycling, etc. The specialty Satsports GPS is of course the software. It includes satski for skiers and snowboarders, pocket caddy for golfers, satsports log for runners, cyclists, hikers, and satsports street navigator (optional) for driving directions. It is all-weather too.

Here are some specs:

  • Processor: Samsung 2440A 400Mhz
  • Battery: 3.7V Li Ion 1050mAh
  • OS: Windows CE 5.0
  • Speaker: 1W internal speaker
  • Built in Flash 256MB
  • RAM - 64MB
  • Dimensions: 90 x 55 x 16 mm
  • Weight: 125g
  • Display: touchscreen LCD - 2.7″ TFT QVGA (320 x 240)
  • GPS: SiRF Star III Embedded Patch Antenna
  • Applications: Satski, Pocket Caddy, Satsports Log (running & cycling), MP3 Player, Image Viewer, Video Player
  • Micro SD card
  • Free silicon case with built in 6hr back up battery

Satsports GPS device is a bit costly. It goes for about $490 in the U.S., or $540 CAD… two more pics after the jump.

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