Many folks rely on their smartphones and tablets to get directions these days. But you need a reliable GPS to get started. We have covered Bad Elf GPS devices in the past. These guys know how to make reliable GPS add-ons for handheld devices. Bad Elf GPS For Lightning Connector happens to be another compact GPS accessory for WiFi iOS devices. It is compatible with newer Apple products that have a Lightning port.
Bad Elf GPS adds GPS and GLONASS location support for your iPad WiFi and iPod Touch device. Its 66-channel WAAS chipset provides latitude, longitude, altitude, speed, and other useful information. It is accurate up to 2.5m and up to 60k feet. Based on our experience with other Bad Elf GPS devices, the start-up time should be very quick. Here is the neat part: you can connect this to your iPad and still charge it using the passthrough cable slot on the side. Sounds pretty useful, especially for those of you who need more accurate GPS readings on your iOS device.[source]
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