This sexy little gadget promises to relieve you of all of the annoying problems associated with radio traffic updates by giving real-time data from the CalTrans and Metro sensors embedded in 850 miles of Southern California freeways. The gizmo is about the size of a regular PDA and takes two AA batteries, whilst the data is transmitted on a 955.580 Mhz frequency. The device costs $80 and includes one month of service. Thereafter, in order to get usage of the device, customers must pay $7 every month to maintain the service.
Finally, we start to get all of those cool gadgets that were promised in movies like "Until The End of The World."
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