Nokia vehicle tracking employees

 

The LandAirSea Tracking Key ($179 direct) is an oversized GPS tracking device that records location data every second. Unlike competing products, such as the LiveViewGPS Live Trac EZ  and LandAirSea's own SilverCloud , you can't view real-time location data as the car is moving. In other words, the USB-compatible Tracking Key is a data logger that's strictly for historical trip information only. For a one-time fee of $179, it's a good buy if you don't need real-time monitoring, and as long as you can put up with some design headaches.

For this review, I took the Tracking Key on several trips around Manhattan. The Tracking Key records the route travelled, as well as speed, direction, time, destination addresses, and the duration of each stop. Since there's no online component, you have to retrieve the device from the vehicle before you can review recorded data. On the plus side, this is the main reason why you don't need to pay monthly fees with the Tracking Key; there's no service behind it that LandAirSea has to offer and maintain.

The Tracking Key installs in any PC laptop via the built-in USB port, which makes it easier to access than competing products. That said, I needed the optional USB extension cable, and you probably will too, because the device is too bulky to slide into an open USB port. As is, you'll never be able to plug it directly into a laptop right-side up, at least without propping the machine up, without risk of breaking the connector. Unfortunately, there's no Mac support.

Nokia vehicle tracking employees

Nokia will resurrect the legendary 3310 at Mobile World Congress next month, according to new reports , with the new incarnation of the classic mobile phone expected to go on sale for €59.

It was easy on the eye, had excellent battery life and was incredibly hard-wearing, with fans hailing it as ‘indestructible’, exaggerating its toughness by putting it into ludicrous situations. In a hydraulic press, for instance. 

Designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini from Italian company Jet Capsule. The I.F.O. is fuelled by eight electric engines, which is able to push the flying object to an estimated top speed of about 120mph.

The LandAirSea Tracking Key ($179 direct) is an oversized GPS tracking device that records location data every second. Unlike competing products, such as the LiveViewGPS Live Trac EZ  and LandAirSea's own SilverCloud , you can't view real-time location data as the car is moving. In other words, the USB-compatible Tracking Key is a data logger that's strictly for historical trip information only. For a one-time fee of $179, it's a good buy if you don't need real-time monitoring, and as long as you can put up with some design headaches.

For this review, I took the Tracking Key on several trips around Manhattan. The Tracking Key records the route travelled, as well as speed, direction, time, destination addresses, and the duration of each stop. Since there's no online component, you have to retrieve the device from the vehicle before you can review recorded data. On the plus side, this is the main reason why you don't need to pay monthly fees with the Tracking Key; there's no service behind it that LandAirSea has to offer and maintain.

The Tracking Key installs in any PC laptop via the built-in USB port, which makes it easier to access than competing products. That said, I needed the optional USB extension cable, and you probably will too, because the device is too bulky to slide into an open USB port. As is, you'll never be able to plug it directly into a laptop right-side up, at least without propping the machine up, without risk of breaking the connector. Unfortunately, there's no Mac support.