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article imageKeomo Solar Powered GPS Receiver

By Chris V. Thangham     Apr 1, 2007 in Technology
Keomo Solar powered GPS receiver eliminates the need of car charging and bulk cables.
The Keomo Solar Powered Bluetooth GPS Receiver is so logical it’s a wonder it took so long to arrive on the market.
This next generation Keomo Bluetooth GPS receiver is equipped with a high fidelity solar panel, through which the device automatically charges itself when capturing sunlight. Consequently, the Solar GPS receiver is the only one that deserves the label 'wireless', as now also charging cables have become history!
GPS receivers are usually placed in the car dashboard and are charged by bulky cables and have to receive from Cigarette lighter. Don't understand why cars don't have electrical sockets or USB sockets, at least a few built in them next to the cigarette lighter. Instead of charging these receivers by regular cigarette lighter, this Keomo Bluetooth GPS receiver, gets powered by Solar means. They have a built in Solar array that receives the sun light and charges the internal rechargeable battery and provide up to 100 hours of operation from minimum solar charging.
This Solar GPS receiver can be left in the car dashboard and when the weather is favorable it can be left to charge for future use. Keomo GPS receiver earns the title of the GPS receiver with the longest operating and stand-by time now available.
Most importantly it is compatible with a number of devices including the Palm so it can work well with the Bluetooth connection.
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