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This iTrail GPS logger is actually a extremely tiny device which would be effortless for private investigators and private detectives as its size makes it easy to conceal so is perfect for covert investigations, for example surveillance of partners, employees or checking on young children. It truly is distinct from a live GPS tracker, which enables a private detective or private investigator to watch a person’s move on the net in actual time, as it records data which can then be uploaded to a pc to be viewed. The evidence may be printed as required.

The iTrail GPS logger is capable of recording as much as 120 hours of data and has a built in rechargeable battery. Private investigators and private detectives can discover exactly exactly where the device has been, the speed it travelled and how long it was in any location, therefore giving beneficial evidence to support a case. Another benefit of the device is that you will find no service charges for its use or fees to upload the information to a PC or laptop.

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