Garmin have unveiled a new tracking device they have added to their line-up called the GTU 10. The GTU 10 is a small, lightweight and waterproof tracker that can be attached to practically anything you would like to know the whereabouts of.
Once enabled and attached to your bag or pet you can view its location via the free Garmin Tracker app for your mobile device, and compare your current location to the direction and location of your GTU 10. Just like James Bond.
If you dont have a mobile handy you can also track the device from the comfort of your computer via Garmin mapping software. Which also gives you the ability to automatically create a route to your GTU 10, using the Garmin nüLink!
The computer software supplied also allows you to create up to 10 geofences (virtual boundaries) for your device. When your GTU 10 enters or exits a geofence, we can send you an email or text message notification and even allows you to track where your GTU 10 device has been.
Apart from the obvious James Bond scenarios the Garmin GTU 10 has been designed to help you track your language while flying to make sure you can recover it if lost, parents to track their children or for runners to update family on their position in races or while on their daily run.
The Garmin GTU 10 is now available to purchase direct from Garmin for $200
Via UbergizmoFiled Under: Gadgets News