Portable GPS Devices enable covert tracking.
October 27, 2011 -
Designed to protect valuable merchandise and equipment, LiveViewGPS PT-8100N measures 2.75 x 1.6 in. and can be configured from LiveViewGPS web portal to automatically send email and text message of every location generated by interval track. PT-8500 CDMA GPS Tracker, offering real-time vehicle and equipment tracking, measures 2.5 x 1 in. and operates in impaired environments with no clear view to sky. Built-in 3D accelerometer automatically transmits location each time motion is detected.
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|Original Press release |
29021 Ave Sherman STE 103
Valencia, CA, 91355
LiveViewGPS Introduces Two New Portable GPS Tracking Devices
VALENCIA, Calif., -- LiveViewGPS, a leading GPS tracker system company, has introduced two new portable GPS tracking devices ideal for covert tracking: the LiveViewGPS PT-8100N and the PT-8500 CDMA GPS Tracker.
At just 2.75" by 1.6", the micro-sized LiveViewGPS PT-8100N is the perfect device for stealthy operations. It can be used to protect valuable merchandise and equipment, as well as loved ones, including children and elderly persons. It has an impressive battery life of ten days up to six months depending on battery configuration.
The PT-8500 CDMA GPS Tracker is one of the smallest GPS trackers available today, measuring 2.5" by 1" and weighing only 0.8 ounces. This real-time vehicle and equipment tracking device operates in impaired environments with no clear view to the sky, including inside buildings, cargo containers, and even hidden under vehicles.
"We are extremely pleased with these new LiveViewGPS offerings. We have had customers already remark that they have paid for themselves in the very first day of use," said Nick Amelsberg, a LiveViewGPS representative. "Both are extremely easy to use, with no software to download. They're configured to work directly out of the box!"
LiveViewGPS provides a wide range of tracking features and alerts that can be set up to work with the GPS tracking devices. The PT-8100N can be configured directly from the LiveViewGPS web portal to automatically send an email and text message of every location generated by an "interval track," and can also be configured to send an alert if the device enters a pre-set zone. The PT-8500 is equipped with a built-in electronic 3D accelerometer which is set to automatically transmit its location each time motion is detected.
Both the LiveViewGPS PT-8100N and the PT-8500 CDMA GPS Tracker work great for equipment and vehicle tracking, as well as for keeping an eye on family members such as children, teens, and elderly relatives.
For additional information on these two new portable GPS tracking devices, call toll-free 888-544-0494 or visit www.liveviewgps.com/.
Full press release available here: http://www.liveviewgps.com/LiveViewGPS+Introduces+Two+New+Portable+GPS+Tracking+Devices.html.
LiveViewGPS, Inc. is located in Southern California and is a Location Based Service Company (LBS). They provide wireless location products and services for small and large businesses, law enforcement, and family safety, including GPS car tracking, fleet tracking, vehicle tracking and more.
CONTACT: LiveViewGPS, 1-888-544-0494, email@example.com
Web Site: http://www.liveviewgps.com
User comments about this story
How much does this great device cost and how do you track it?
BuzGuy on Oct 27, 2011 14:04
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