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Choosing a GPS receiver for a Bluetooth-enabled netbook
bentrinh
I'm interested in buying a GPS receiver to go with a (bluetooth-enabled) netbook. I don't have any real uses for it, I just like gadgets. Occasionally I could use it during road trips like using map software to find, say a restaurant.

Also, I have a very tight budget, so I'll even go for generics.

I found a BT-359 for $30 at thegpsstore.com
http://www.thegpsstore.com/USGlobalSat-BT359-Bluetooth-GPS-P1485C270.aspx
It uses a SiRF III chip... that's good, right?
Ducati
Goodness sakes that's a deal.

I'm considering: http://www.semsons.com/qsbtblgpsre6.html
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