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Garmin Rino 610, 650 and 655t handheld two-way radios with GPS

Posted in Garmin by Reuben Drake on June 2nd, 2011

Garmin has unveiled its latest hand-held two-way radios, the Rino 610, 650 and 655t. Sure they will allow you to communicate, but they also include GPS technology, so you will always know where you are.

But that’s not all. They feature a high-sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFix and will automatically calculate and store satellite information and use the stored information to keep you updated with your current position. It will also send information about your location to other paired Rino device users as well as text messages. Who wants one?

Gisteq Explorer lets you chat, do GPS, roast marshmellows

Posted in GPS by Nino Marchetti on August 21st, 2008

Gisteq Explorer

Gisteq is rolling out a handheld device for outdoor usage which combines several useful functions, including GPS and live communication. It’s called the Gisteq Explorer and, while available now, pricing information is not immediately clear.

The Explorer has, according to its maker, four functions. These include live communication within a group while it is connected to the FRM/GMRS 2-way radios, a speaker microphone enabling hands free from the radio when talking in the group, a GPS tracker and waypoint navigation. Also viewable through its LCD display are items such as a thermometer and compass.


New Motorola two-way radios do game call tones

Posted in Two-way Radios by Nino Marchetti on February 1st, 2008

Motorola Talkabout T9650RCAMOThere are just those times out in the field when you’re hunting any standard old two way radio won’t do the trick. When that happens Motorola wants you to instead reach for your new camouflaged Motorola Talkabout T9650RCAMO, complete with game call buddy tones and pricing at around $120 per pair.

The Motorola Talkabout T9650RCAMO is designed to blend in with what Motorola assumes you are wearing while you hunt: camouflaged clothing. So you don’t potentially scare off your intended Bambi kill when radioing your hunting partner, you can use one of five “game call tones” so you can identify yourself. These tones include duck, turkey, elk, goose and coyote.