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Garmin GTU10

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Tuesday, January 4th 2011 - 23:30 CET - Comments: 0
G armin announced that it is entering a new market - personal and property tracking - with the introduction of its innovative Garmin GTU10 GPS locator and web-based Garmin Tracker service for personal computers, smartphones and compatible Garmin nüLink devices. The new Garmin GTU10 GPS handheld will be showcased in the Garmin booth (South Hall #35831) at the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Garmin GTU10

 

Garmin GTU10

"For more than 20 years, Garmin has been the go-to name for location-based technology and our new Garmin GTU10 GPS locator broadens the scope of ways that we can help our customers in their everyday lives," said Dan Bartel, Garmin's vice president of worldwide sales. "Whether you're keeping an eye on your children after school, your pets or your property, you'll have peace of mind knowing that you can easily and affordably track the locations of the things that matter most to you."

 

Garmin GTU10 Tracking Software

Small (3"x1.3"x.8"), lightweight (1.7 oz.), waterproof and packaged with a carabiner clip and pouch, the Garmin GTU10 is easy to attach to a backpack, dog collar or anything else you want to track. Once you register your Garmin GTU10 GPS locator, the tracking service is enabled. Tracking data is delivered across AT&T's wireless network. When you're on your computer, Garmin's Tracking website helps you manage your Garmin GTU10 and map its location. For even more convenience when you're on the go, you can download the Garmin Tracker software application for your mobile device to see the location of Garmin GTU10 and how it relates to your current location. For another level of connectivity, compatible Garmin nüLink devices can automatically route to the Garmin GTU10's location with turn-by-turn directions.

 

GTU10

 

Garmin outdoor GPS locator

Garmin GTU10 owners can create up to 10 geofences (virtual boundaries) for your GPS device so that when it enters or exits a geofenced area, Garmin can send an email or text message notification to you or authorized friends and family members. It's also easy to view a track history of where your Garmin GTU10 has been. And because there are numerous ways to use the Garmin GTU10, it's easy to customize battery settings for optimal performance. The built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery can last up to four weeks between charges, and low battery / powered off notifications through the tracking service let you know when it's time to recharge or when the device has been turned off.

 

Garmin GTU10 price & availability

Garmin GTU10's tracking capabilities are a result of combining high-sensitivity GPS with a connection to AT&T's nationwide wireless network. The Garmin GTU10 GPS locator has a suggested retail price of $199.99, which includes one year of Standard Tracking. Providing access to 10 points of daily track history, Standard Tracking can be renewed at an annual rate of $49.99 after the first year of complimentary service. For those who want a more detailed history, the Deluxe Tracking service plan ($4.99 per month) can access 7 days of track history. Each service plan includes the option to automatically renew upon expiration, and there are no early termination fees, no activation fees and no contracts.

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