ProClip Brings Very Thin CompactFlash GPS Unit to Market

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ProClip, out of Detroit, is now reselling the SysOn GPS CF Plus made by SysOnChip out of Korea. The unit is very small and features a low power consumption radio.

From their release,

“We searched worldwide to find a GPS receiver that delivered the highest performance, and SysOn more than met our requirements,” said Bjorn Spilling, president of ProClip USA. “In addition to being wafer thin for complete mobility, it requires no external antenna. It makes everything else look big and bulky.”

The unit is equipped with 12-channel parallel satellite tracking and is rated fastest Time to First Fix (TTFF) with the latest enhanced firmware and technology.

The SysOn GPS CF Plus receiver is compatible with most PDAs and laptop computers with a compact flash or PCMCIA slot, and with most navigation software available. With low power consumption, the receiver has a SiRF Star IIe/LP chipset and is able to switch between NMEA or SiRF outputs.

The unit is available now for $195.95 at the ProClip site (



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