A smartwatch for race car drivers. Its windshield-mounted sensor automatically identifies track location, and sends the watch lateral Gs, lap times, top speed, sector times, and more. An interchangeable analog movement provides versatility off the track.
Up until now, GPS-based bike speedometers have been a strictly digital affair. OMATA aims to change that with a neat and easy to read design that displays speed using an analog gauge, but using GPS data for accuracy. Also displays distance, time, and vertical ascent.
This pocket sized golf gadget is packed with data from over 30,000 courses, and uses GPS to provide measurements to the front, center and back of the green, hazard/layup distances, and shot distance measurement. Lasts for an up to three rounds between charges.
A minimalist compass for people who like to wander. While Haize and its mobile app can provide turn-by-turn navigation, its main feature is a free roam mode that shows the general direction and distance of your destination. How you get there is up to you.
A rugged flashlight with built-in GPS, a fitness tracker and other apps. It also has a USB port that lets you charge other devices from its battery or attach a Fogo module, which will include a walkie-talkie and a satellite modem.
A heads-up display and camera that attaches to existing motorcycle helmets. It works with a mobile device via Bluetooth to display maps, notifications and other data. It uses a small controller that you attach on your bike.
A motorcycle helmet with a built-in navigation system. Activated via simple voice commands, it projects directions, overhead maps and more in the center of your field of view so you don’t have to take your eyes off the road.
Designed just for the golf course, this touchscreen GPS timepiece provides distance to hole and layup information and maps for over 27,000 courses. Also tracks shot distances and scorecards.
The Top Gear edition of the TomTom Go Live features the voice of one of the most famous auto enthusiasts… in the world: Jeremy Clarkson. Also has real-time traffic and weather updates.
Got an iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad without GPS? Thanks to the guys at Bad Elf, you can add on a GPS receiver, giving you accurate navigation without owning a 3G connected model.
The Escort Passport iQ is the world’s first and only radar detection/GPS combo, and features a 5″ full-color touchscreen and enables detection of radar, laser, red lights and speed cameras.
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