Difference between "GPS Enabled" and "GPS" Some GPS running products are listed as "GPS Enabled" and others as just plain "GPS." Can anyone tell what is the difference, if any, between these two functions.
asked by David Becker on April 21, 2012
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GPS enabled means it can connect wirelessly to a GPS. GPS usually means it has a GPS built into the watch.
Techie Chris answered on August 13, 2012
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