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Mobile Action i-gotU GT-120 USB GPS Travel Logger

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  • £39.99 £51.05

  • Delivery fees from £5.40 (inc. VAT) If ordered by 7.30pm today, expect delivery in 11 days with Express Delivery or in 13-15 working days with Free Standard Delivery. Subject to order acceptance.

  • Stock Expected In 10 Days
  • SKU: 178536
  • , EAN: 4711246110700
  • , Mfr: GT-120
  • , Brand: Mobile Action

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Mobile Action i-gotU GT-120 USB GPS Travel Logger Features

The Mobile Action GT-120 i-gotU USB GPS Travel Logger is a GPS Device that can record the trace of your journey, auto-add GPS information on the photos taken on your journey, presenting it in 3rd dimension and export in multiple sharable file formats. i-gotU not only is compatible with all digital cameras & camera phones available in the market, providing you the coolest GPS tracking gadget while saving you extra expenses on other equipments, but also is compatible with mainstream software Google Map/ Earth to present your precious trips live and fun! Moreover, i-gotU allows you to export in multiple file formats while integrating with popular web album Picasa & Flickr; you can create & share your live Blog with all your friends more quickly and easily. With i-gotU, organizing the pictures taken on your trip is more fun and easier.

It comes with a free and extremely easy-to-use i-gotU Desktop software that brings back the lively trip experience by plotting the route and playing back the photos / YouTube videos with the exact location on Google Maps and Google Earth. What's more, sharing can't be easier! This animated trip journal can be exported directly to MHTML / KMZ format for sending via email to friends. It can also upload photos to Flickr or Picasa online.

All i-gotU users are entitled to get min. 100MB free travel blog space on (@trip website). They can notify their friends via Facebook, My Space, Digg… etc. to come and see their wonderful trips online in 3D virtual reality view, map view or photo view.

What's in the box:
-1 i-gotU USB GPS Travel Logger
-1 USB charging data cable
-1 Electronic User's Manual
-1 Soft Jelly Case

Charging Time > Battery Life Estimation

1~6sec 10hr
7~10sec 20hr
11~20sec 30hr
21~40sec 60hr
41~60sec 70hr
61~90sec 80hr
91~120sec 100hr
>120sec 120hr





  • Shipping Weight: 0.14kg

Technical Details

  • Built-in SiRF StarIII 65nm low-power chipset
  • Built-in GPS antenna
  • 20 Channel GPS Receiver with all-in-view satellite tracking
  • Small design with advanced power-saving function
  • Auto-map your photos with GPS location information
  • GPS travel logger with lightweight and low power consumption
  • Multiple ways for attachment, suitable for outdoor use
  • Water resistant design for rainy day, skiing and water sports
  • Compatible with all digital cameras and camera phones, coolest GPS tracking gadget for your journey
  • Organize and present your journey in three-dimensional Google Maps and Google Earth
  • Compatible with GPS navigation software in receiver mode
  • Easy-to-use software user interface
  • Auto-map your photos with GPS location information
  • Create and share your live travel blog on-line with all your friends quick and easy
  • 3D Virtual Reality Travel Blogs on @trip are viewable on Windows and Mac computers
  • Share your own @trip journal or your favorite trips with your social networks on Facebook, MySpace, Digg, Delicious, StumbleUpon, Google Bookmarks and Yahoo Bookmarks....etc.
  • Presents trip history in 3D view on Google Maps/ Earth
  • Support link and playback of YouTube videos on Google Maps
  • Export into multiple file formats (GPX, MHT or KMZ)
  • Automatically upload photos to popular web album like Picasa and Flickr
  • Support mainstream Internet Browser
  • Water-resist hardware design, suitable for rainy days, skiing, water sports
  • Compatible to third party GPS navigation software, can be used as GPS Receiver for your PDA or mobile phone
  • Dimensions: 44.5 x 28.5 x 13 mm
  • Weight: 20g
  • Programmable logging interval: 1 sec ~ 60 min
  • Built-in flash memory. 65000 waypoints for 30 days( when the logging interval is 15 seconds and use it 8 hours per day)
  • Built-in 230mAh Lithium-ion battery
  • Operation time: Up to 30 hours ( when the logging interval is 15 seconds)
  • 2 LED for tracking and battery/charger status indication
  • Average acquisition time for cold start: < 35 seconds, hot start: < 1 seconds.
  • USB 1.1 interface for PC connection
  • Operation temperature: -10 to + 50 degrees centigrade

User Reviews

  • by Anonymous
  • 28 July 2015


do the job!

  • by Mr. X
  • 02 April 2013

Mobile Action USB Charging Data Cable for Travel Logger

Good partner, fast delivery!!! Thank you and good luck

  • by Anonymous
  • 23 June 2012

Basic little gadget that does the job

This is a basic / pure data logger without any frills. Given that for double the price you could buy a garmin etrex that tracks GPS and GLONAS, the benefit of this one is that is is very small and light, there is nothing of a manual to read through and one is not tempted /distracted to check a GPS screen (this is also what made me go for the igotU rather than the Holux M-241 which also has the benefit of running on an AA battery together with a bit of a display and the option to change settings on the instrument). BAsic also means that settings cannot be changed without connection to computer which might be a bit of a problem when you go on holiday and change between different activities. Phototagging works very well as well as track logging. The sports activities software is not bad but as the elevation is the soft spot of the a L1 GPS with this specification, it was suggested that it climbed 600m on my 20km ride along a reasonably flat coast road (on the way back I onlyclimbed 400m). Position accuracy with clear skyview is < -5m in ~90% of cases but while walking ont the pavement with 2 story houses on either side the position can jump by up to 20m (which again can make any distance calculations overestimating. People have mentioned that the LEDs are faint, and indeed they are but even on a sunny day if you shade the instrument with your hand, you can make out the limited blinking patterns. Only time will tell how long the battery charge will last (there is no way of telling the charge state apart from when it is dead), how long the battery itselft will last or how long the unique cable connection will last, but if you want a very small and light no frills tracker for geotagging photos and created a track, this seems the thing; if you might want to get a bit more out of it, spent double and buy GPS.

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