The Dual XGPS300 adds GPS reception to the iPod Touch, but it's also a battery booster. Is it the best of both worlds or just trying to do too much?
For users who want to add GPS navigation to their iPod Touch, the Dual XGPS300 is a possible solution, if they can get over the sticker shock.
Dual Electronics announces a new cradle, the XGSP300, for the iPod Touch that adds GPS functionality to the device and can also work as a juice pack.
Dual Electronics released Friday a $199 cradle for the iPod Touch, called XGPS300, that works as a battery pack and adds GPS functionality to the device. Coupled with a free app, the XGPS300 turn the iPod Touch into a full-featured turn-by-turn GPS navigator.
Every so often there is an app in the jailbroken market that reminds us about the limitations of the App Store. xGPS is one of those apps.