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NavGear is a brand and product line for navigational devices owned by Pearl.
NavGear 4in1-GPS-Logger "StarHiker65" with Positionfinder & Navigation
NavGear 5in1 GPS-Sport-Computer "GO-100.Mini" with Positionfinder
NavGear 10in1-GPS-Navi-Sport-Computer "GO-200.sport" wich Bycicle-Mount
NavGear Bluetooth-GPS-Receiver & Data-Logger (Geotagging) 
- Easy to use : plug on 'Log' to start logging, 'Nav' to enable Bluetooth communication, 'Off' to stop.
- Saving capcity in raw NMEA, CSV, or KML but no GPX
Some PX-3015 have an internal sticker with "Model: DL-3200BT Ro"
augmentation: WAAS; EGNOS; MSAS; RTCM
|Memory||Internal: 16MB (170.000 max logging).|