Amaryllo Purity Bluetooth GPS Receiver

By D Dunbar in GPS. January 4, 2007

New for 2007 from Dutch company Amaryllo is this bluetooth GPS receiver, Purity. Purity uses the satellite signals from the GPS system to determine the current location on earth with a high accuracy, tracking 20 satellites simultaneously. This results in a reliable reception and steady fix in urban canyons, under trees and sometimes even in the home. The device uses the standard NMEA protocol therefore is compatible will all major navigation software packages and therefore should work with your PDA, smartphone or any bluetooth device that reads NMEA.

Amaryllo Purity Bluetooth GPS Receiver
Amaryllo Purity Bluetooth GPS Receiver

Purity utilises the new SiRFstar III LP (Low Power) chipset. This is the newest version of the well known SiRFstar III chipset but has a much lower power consumption than its predecessor. Purity will run approximately 15 hours on a single battery charge. Furthermore, the system will switch to stand-by mode when there is no Bluetooth activity for some time and will wake up again when necessary. Purity can remain for over one month in stand-by mode on a single battery charge. It measures 86 x 44 x 13.1 mm and weighs 59 grams including battery.

Amaryllo's Purity will ship with car charger, AC charger, manual, rubber anti slip stickers and a silicon protection sleeve and will cost about 90 Euros. Available January 2007.

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