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TK-102 is a mini GPS Tracker that constantly report its geographical coordinates via SMS or GPRS network to your nominated device.

* Important notice : Electromagnetic shielding mechanism is one of the major factor that influence GPS signal, things like metal and concrete can easily result in block or weaken signals. Thus this GPS tracker might not function properly indoor, places such as car cargo, large office building,subway station and etc.

1. Mobile Car auto – Tracking (Anti-theft,Logistic tracking and etc.)
2. Person Tracking (Camping,Hiking and etc.)
3. Any other possible purpose you name it

The team at eInformatics are Medinformatix EHR and RIS experts!  From workflow to reporting, from Meaningful Use to optical shop management, from

automated processing to complex HL7 interfacing, eInformatics is the premier choice for medical practices and imaging centers nationwide.  You can trust

eInformatics to draw on years of Medinformatix implementation, customization, and support experience to maximize your investment in the product.

The first Tango smartphone in the world was made by Lenovo, and was due to launch in September. That didn't happen, and Lenovo quietly delayed the release "to this fall". Now, a Google representative has confirmed that the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro is coming to markets next month.

For those unaware, the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro was unveiled at the Lenovo Tech World event in June this year . The smartphone has been made in collaboration with Google , and is the first smartphone that uses AR and VR to sense and map surroundings. The smartphone will make "AR and VR as pervasive as the GPS", and will be intelligent enough to understand the size of the room you're in, and even sense the presence of people in it. Project Tango (now renamed as just 'Tango') is expected to transform how we interact with e-commerce, education and gaming.

During the launch, the company claimed that the smartphone would hit the market in September, but that didn't happen, and Lenovo quietly pushed the release to fall . Now, Clay Bavor, head of VR at Google, has told CNET that the phone will go on sale this November.