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Handheld GPS review
Ilse Jurriën : July 7th 2009 - 15:30 CET
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LetsGoMobileWintec GPS handheld review at LetsGoMobile : If you travel by car nowadays, you never have to worry about directions, since we all have a car navigation system at our disposal. But what if you are traveling by another means and in an unfamiliar area? That's when an outdoor GPS device comes in handy. Regardless of whether you're an outdoor sportsman, cyclist, biker, walker, tourist or recreationist, this GPS receiver will always make sure you're able to find your way back. LetsGoMobile received the Wintec G-Trender WSG-1000, an outdoor GPS handheld, to put it through the test.

• Read the full handheld GPS review at LetsGoMobile.
Handheld GPS review

Handheld GPS review : Wintec G-Trender WSG-1000
LetsGoMobile adds: "There's more to the Wintec G-Trender WSG-1000 than its name reveals, which can be seen by the prominently placed iF product design Award logo, on the top right hand side of the box. On the side of the device, the main functions are symbolically displayed: satellite, altimeter, navigation, training, compass, astronomy and calendar. Thanks to the transparent opening in the front of the box, you don't even have to open it to be able to see the G-Trender."

GPS navigation review

GPS navigation review - Wintec G-Trender signal power
LetsGoMobile continues: "The Wintec G-Trender WSG-1000 features a GPS IC ATR0625, which will not mean a thing to the majority of consumers, however; this IC baseband enables the connection to a maximum of 16 satellites. When travelling by bike and by foot, there is a permanent signal, both in city as well as in forested environments. The Wintec GPS receiver has more trouble to keeping up when travelling by car. During two 2 hour trips by car, there were large intervals in the signal. At high speeds, the Wintec GPS receiver is simply not usable. Question is whether you want to use it in these situations."

Handheld GPS test

Wintec G-Trender handheld GPS test
The Wintec G-Trender WSG-1000 is an advanced outdoor GPS gadget that is able to save not only course data and photo locations but also data for speed, distance travelled temperature, altitude and time. Furthermore, the Wintec GPS receiver features an LCD monitor and a Bluetooth function. The Wintec GPS device is available at a price of 170 Euros in Europe. Read more about the performance of this GPS receiver in the full handheld GPS review at LetsGoMobile.
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