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|Thu Jan 4, 2001 - 8:22 PM EST - By James Hromadka|
First, here are the GPS specifications for the HandyGPS:
Now for the details. The HandyGPS is exactly the same form-factor as the Handspring Modem. The GPS antenna juts out above and behind the Visor like the Modem and uses two AAA batteries for up to four hours of use*.
The first time I inserted the batteries, I had some trouble getting the door open -- after that first time I didn't have any more trouble with the door. Also, the first time you use the HandyGPS after installing fresh batteries, satellite acquisition may take longer as well.
*Note: I highly suggest you go into Setup (Preference | Setup) and set the Power Mode to something besides Normal (I use Save mode1). The batteries for the HandyGPS and your Visor will thank you for it. Otherwise your batteries will last less than an hour. A battery meter will flash when the internal batteries are low.
There are two applications for the module: HandyGPS
and UbiGo. HandyGPS
comes with the module and is only installed as long as the module is inserted;
removing the module removes the application but not saved data. UbiGo
must be downloaded from Nexian’s website
and always remains on the Visor.
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