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Sunday, March 18, 2012

Bad Elf GPS for iPad, iPod and iPhone

badelf-gps-ipad-iphone-ipod-touchThe Bad Elf GPS Receiver plugs into your iPod touch, early generation iPhone, WiFi iPad or iPad2, allowing you to start using your beloved iOS device for navigation and all sorts of geo-goodness. I’m not yet an iOS user (though an iPad 2 is on my wish list), but the Bad Elf is so popular that I thought it deserved a post. As I compose this, it’s ranked number 23 on Amazon’s GPS bestseller list and has been in the top 100 for 147 days.

badelf-gps-ipad-docked-300x300Measuring just 0.9” x 0.4” x 1.0”, the Bad Elf plugs right into the 30 pin dock. It features its own micro-USB port, so you can charge or sync your iOS device while it’s in use. Bad Elf GPS reviews posted to Amazon are very good; people seem very happy with the device, which uses an MTK chipset. If you’re an iOS user, do you have a Bad Elf GPS for it? How do you like it?

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Comments

  1. If you haven’t given’t an android tablet a spin yet you really should. I have friends who have, variously, a galaxy tab and a xoom and they are spectacular for geocaching. pull up maps on a 9″ or 10″ screen and satellite view is amazing. Plus the GPS built in rather than being a dongle.

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