Transystem of Taiwan was displaying a new personal GPS tracker at CES 2008. The new GPS tracking device is called i-Tracker and looks slightly more appealing than a black rectangular box shape that we’re used to.
i-Tracker includes both GPS and GSM modules and it can transmit location information to your PC or to a pre-assigned number via GPRS (read: real time tracking).
i-Tracker supports quad bands (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) and can remotely be controlled with a predetermined cell phone and/or an internet connection. It features a SOS button that sends out the location info immediately and can last up to 120 hours with its 1600mAh Li-Ion battery.
No word on the type of the GPS receiver used but it has -158dBm tracking sensitivity.