Use GPS 'Trackstick' to Record Your Travels, Create Free Google Earth Maps

Trackstick IINow here’s a cool wireless gadget: the Trackstick II Personal GPS Tracker. This little device uses GPS to track its own location, time, data, speed, heading and altitude at present intervals. Since you can pop it in your pocket or purse, that means it also can track your location — or the location of anything that moves.
That’s great, but what do you do with the location data gathered? Simple: play it back using Google Earth. This seamless (and free) integration with Google Earth means it’s a snap to bring information gathered in the real, physical world to the online realm.
“Use it for recording the exact routes you take when hiking, biking or vacationing,”, where you can buy this nifty gadget, suggests. “Record the location of everywhere you went, import pictures and other information into Google Earth to offer an entirely new perspective of your journey.”
The Trackstick has more than 1 Mb of memory, which claims “can store months of travel information.” It also includes GPX photo stamping so you can add pictures to the maps you create in Google Earth.
The Trackstick II Personal GPS Tracker has a suggested retail price of $199.

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