If you've not seen The Bourne Ultimatum (or the many screenings of the first two Bourne films on UK telly), pick up a Trackstick II so you can find your way home afterward. My head was spinning with all the real and imagined gadgetry in that film. I ended up on an absentminded wander through the streets of London. If I had the Trackstick II personal GPS, I could use its integrated Google Earth technology to trace my steps. It connects to your computer's USB port to download up to 1MB of information. The Track II runs on two AAA batteries and allows the user to change the record time intervals---know where you were five seconds ago or 15 minutes ago. Track your movements so the government doesn't have to.
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