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Mobile Action i-gotU GT-800 "PRO" Sports & Travel Computer

Mobile Action i-gotU GT-800 "PRO" Sports & Travel Computer
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Oct, 2017

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the size, but many are less positive about the value for money.

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Consumer review by: Anonymous (expansys.com)

No windows 8 support

 

Windows 8 is not supported and MobileAction is not communicating if and when they will..

Jan, 2013

Consumer review by: Jason (expansys.com)

Just Great

 

Very neat little gps i have several makes of theese little gps gadgets .this is the most expensive and undoubtedly the best the feature of it having a removable battery when its become unuseable is a plus..ive used it to navigate to several ww2...

Apr, 2012

Consumer review by: Dan Wadsworth, Mel (expansys.com)

Not for use with water!!

 

I bought this unit in late 2011 for logging tracks while sailing in my laser dinghy - it was to be a replacement for my Garmin 101 wrist unit (which does not have USB). Exposure to water is really only splashing and very brief (no more than 1 minute)...

Jan, 2012

Consumer review by: RickyT (expansys.com)

Great Little Gadget

 

I bought the i-gotU GT-800 Pro tracker after a very disappointing experience using my old Sony GPS-CS1 on a day visit to London. The Sony GPS is a first generation device and hence only works with an unobstructed line of sight to the orbitting...

Aug, 2011