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Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Sun Nov 16, 2008 9:12 am
by amry
UTM data for Series 60 platform devices that support Java Mobile Edition MIDP 2.0 and the JSR-179 API

Just to share with all. I tried installing this Java application into my N73, it works fine. It can pair without problem with the i-Blue 747.

Some nice features I can see at a glance:
- It can save trail logs to KML format (it will save, but I haven't personally tested moving around so not sure if the tracks will be saved properly).
- Can record what it called a "landmark" (POI actually), and the recorded landmarks can be exported to KML format (tested and proved).

The application can be downloaded for free here: http://utmdata.blogspot.com/

A few screenshots of the application:
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Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Sun Nov 16, 2008 10:16 pm
by wiraone
amry wrote:Just received my package a moment ago from the postman. Ordered last Saturday, received today, so exactly 7 days. The package got the checked by customs mark, so I guess it's confirm no problem for it to come into Malaysia. Credit card charged a total of US$75.98 (RM274.08). Not yet tested, just opened the package. Will test it soon enough. \:D/


Waa.. more and more buying this iBlue thingy.. but hmm.. RM274.08 is a bit high from ebay. Did you bought from Uranium's UK listing? Mine is a bit low (as shown in my credit card transaction):

04-Nov-2008 01-Nov-2008 PAYPAL *URANIUM99 4029357733 HK 000233.90 RM236.23

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 12:34 am
by edchuang (retired)
Bro Wiraone,

You are lucky. The price had increase lately, same ebay supplier that you mentioned. :x

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 6:37 pm
by kelvin5353
edchuang wrote:Bro Wiraone,

You are lucky. The price had increase lately, same ebay supplier that you mentioned. :x


May be they notice ur guys Here getting bigger & bigger group, bro edmund :lol:

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Mon Dec 01, 2008 6:13 pm
by norwadi
wiraone wrote:Waa.. more and more buying this iBlue thingy.. but hmm.. RM274.08 is a bit high from ebay. Did you bought from Uranium's UK listing? Mine is a bit low (as shown in my credit card transaction):

04-Nov-2008 01-Nov-2008 PAYPAL *URANIUM99 4029357733 HK 000233.90 RM236.23

Would you mind tell me the links where you bought it? I'm thinking of getting one. 8-)
:tq:

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 8:37 am
by amry
Currently, I can import tracks from the 747 using the GPS Photo Tagger software. Using the "Export Tracks" function to export it to GPX format, it will simply export tracks only. How do I go about to have it export the waypoints I marked using the 747 along with the tracks to a MapSource-compatible format?

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 8:40 am
by amry
norwadi wrote:Would you mind tell me the links where you bought it? I'm thinking of getting one. 8-)
:tq:

Maybe can try look here: http://search.stores.ebay.com.my/URANIU ... 02QQsofpZ0

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 12:02 pm
by ahbahari
Bro..

Which one that you buy
It seems there are several types with different price
I'm interest to track the road for map contribution only

Cheers

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 12:26 pm
by zamad
I can't say much about the i-Blue 747, but I think it is very very similar to the Qstarz Q1000P. This can be used to log tracks at 5Hz and also as a BT receiver, which sends info to PDA's, smartphones, etc.

Re: i-Blue 747 GPS Data Logger - A short Review

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 3:06 pm
by amry
I bought the one stating "PPC PDA XDA" although I personally don't think there are different versions of 747 (don't see it at the manufacturer website). Perhaps can try contacting the store owner or manufacturer to reconfirm.