The BackTrack, from the binocular people, Bushnell, is a compact and affordable personal GPS tracking unit. You can use it to locate were you parked the car, find your way out of the forest or just get back to the hotel room in a strange city. It’s small enough to put in your pocket or clip on your handbag or backpack. The Backtrack utilizes high tech GPS technology but still has a clean, easy to use design.
The BackTrack has only two buttons, a large screen and can save up to three key locations.
"Key in your location with one button and once it’s recorded, just push a button to navigate back to where you started so you never get lost again," declares Popgadget.
BackTrack, should be available in either pink or black, from Amazon this fall for about $69.
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