There are all sorts of reasons that you might need to know where someone is or where something is at all times. For instance if you have an elderly person that has problems wondering off and getting lost due to Alzheimer’s a small GPS tracker like the Ghost Rider would be perfect. The thing can also be used to know where your car or business vehicles are at all times too.
The latest GPS tracker to surface is the Ghost Rider and the thing is small enough to stash almost anywhere. It measures 4″ x 2.5″ and is one of the smallest tracking devices on the market. Despite its small size the little tracker is able to provide continuous tracking data and the battery is good for five days of use.
The tracking data that it collects can be sent at intervals of 10 seconds to five minutes and software on a computrer allows the data to be viewed. Monthly service starts at $16.95 for 500 locates up to about $80 for unlimited locates per unit. The device itself sells for $395.