July 18, 2006

GPS Review: GlobalSat B-228 vs. GlobalSat B-338

There’s a nice review of the new GlobalSat Bluetooth receiver that you should check out. The folks at Geekzone have taken the new GlobalSat B-328 Bluetooth receiver through its paces and compared it to the GlobalSat B-338 Bluetooth receiver that is more expensive and sports the highly accurate SiRF star III chipset. Overall, they found that the GlobalSat B-328 Bluetooth receiver does fairly well in most situation, but sure enough the SiRF star III shows is prowess in tough urban settings where the buildings are high and the satellite signals are low.


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Posted by Scott Martin at July 18, 2006 9:32 AM

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