Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 – world’s smallest Bluetooth GPS receiver

Here is, the world’s smallest Bluetooth GPS receiver, it works perfectly with almost any Bluetooth enabled mobile device (Smartphones, Pocket PC’s, Laptops, Netbooks, UMPC, Mobile Phones). The Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 is now even more compact and is aimed directly at the ever increasing number of Windows Mobile users. Most of the new devices will have GPS built in but for the ones that don’t and for the older models that also have no GPS the Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 gives users the functionality of GPS without having to upgrade their lovely Windows Mobile phones. It’s so small and perfect for adding to a keyring, always there when you need it.

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GPS specifications:

* Chipset: MTK 51 Channels “All-In-View”tracking.
* Supported Protocols: NMEA 0183/GGA, GSA, GSV, RMC.
* Baud Rate: 115,200bps
* Frequency: L1, 1,575.42 Mhz
* Tracking Sensitivity: 158dBm
* Position deviation: 10 meters 90%
* 2D RM: 1-5 meters
* Velocity: 0.1 m/sec
* Effective temperatures:
o Storage: -40°C to +70°C
o Working: -20°C to +60°C
* Air humidity: 5-90%
* Cold Start: 36 Seconds
* Warm Start: 33 Seconds
* Hot Start: 1 Second

* Bluetooth Module: Version 2.0 Class II (CSR BC04)
* 10 Meter Range
* Protocol: Serial Port Profile (SPP)
* Automatic low power mode


* Rechargeable 350mAh Lithium Polymer battery.
* Working Time: Up to 10 Hours.
* USB charger cable and car charger cable provided for recharging in the
home/office or in the car.

46 x 32 x 14.5 mm (1.81 x 1.26 x 0.58 ins.)

22gms 0.77 Ozs

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The package contains:  Freedom Keychain GPS 2000,  12/24c Car charger, Mini USB home charger cable, Key link, Quick start guide.

Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 compared to a standart SD card and wristwatch , You can see really how small is this little friend (and light – only 22 gr.)

You can carry it anywhere with you, as an ordinary key ring. Еven in the pocket the Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 is  capable of connecting simultaneously to up to 51 satellite channels and has a solid working time up to 10 hours.

Very clean and elegant design, made of high quality materials with advanced technology.

Here is the power on/off switch and the Mini USB charging port (charging cable included in the package).

On the front side You will found four hidden LED’s – the first one is for Bluetooth connection and activity (with automatic low power mode), the orange one shows the GPS connection and satellites activity. Last two LED’s are for the battery and charging information, when you connect it to a computer the green LED goes on.

Let’s talk about the navigation, there is no software included into the package, but that’s not a problem. Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 works with almost any available navigation software like iGO, TomTom, Garmin, The AA, Active Pilot, BlackBerry Maps, CoPilot Live 6, Desinator 6, Gate 5, Mapquest, Memory Map, Navigation Mobile, Navman, Nokia/Smart2Go, Navicor, Route 66, Spot, Telenav, Wayfinder, NDrive and also with freeware programs like Google Maps.

We have tested it with some of the most popular GPS navigation programs (iGO 2006, iGO 8, Garmin, Tom Tom, Ndrive, Google Maps) and it works perfect with all of them on different Windows Mobile roms and devices (including the latest Windows Mobile 6.5).

Freedom Keychain GPS 2000 works fast and stable through the powerful MTK 51 channels GPS chipset, it picked up a signal in less than 30 seconds for the first time You run it and less than 10 seconds for hot start, with strong battery life (up-to 10 hrs.), your Pocket PC/Smartphone device will be up-to date with the latest navigation technologies for less money.

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Screenshots from the software testing:

Note for WM6/6.1/6.5 users:

Below are instructions on how to connect the Keychain GPS 2000 unit to a Windows Mobile 6/6.1/6.5 Pocket PC and use it in Yahoo2go. The process will be very similar for any other mapping software.

Pairing the GPS unit:
1) Turn the GPS unit on.
2) On the PPC go to Start>Settings and then the Connection tab.
3) Click on Bluetooth and click “add new device”.
4) It will search for any nearby Bluetooth devices. Once it has finished select “Keychain GPS 2000” from the list and click next.
5) On the next screen enter the passcode which is 0000 and then click next.
6) On the next screen tick the “serial port” box and click finish.
7) You will now see “Keychain GPS 2000” listed.
8) Click on the “COM Ports” tab and then click on “new outgoing port”.
9) Select “Keychain GPS 2000” from the list and click next.
10) Select one of the ports from the list and remember what number it is, UNTICK the secure connection box and click finish.
11) Now go to Start>Settings>and the system tab.
12) Click on “External GPS”.
13) Under the Programs tab Select any port for the “GPS program port”.
14) Click on the Hardware Tab and under GPS hardware port select the COM you assigned earlier.
15) Click the Access tab and tick the “manage GPS automatically” box.
16) Click ok in the top right corner.

Using Yahoo2Go
1) Download Yahoo2Go from;_ylt=Atn0aC7ezN9oEC8SghO1kkX9tAcJ?os=wm and follow the instructions for installing on you PPC
2) Once it is installed run Yahoo2Go on the PPC and then go to the “map” Icon. When you click on it again it should open a map.
3) Click on Options and then go to “connect GPS device”.
4) Click Yes on the prompt
5) It’s should then automatically connect to the GPS unit.
6) Now select Show my GPS position from the menu and it should then bring up a map of where you currently are.

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