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Get live traffic information sent to your TomTom with the new updated RDS/TMC receiver V2


TomTom’s Navigator 6 software and maps of Western Europe on DVD for an easy install.


Use your TomTom Go 510 710 910 in another car using the official tomtom secure mounting solution.


GPS Tracker

Track your vehicle, work personnel or geotag your photos with a GPS Tracking Device & Datalogger. Live tracking of your fleet of vehicles or the whereabouts of your stolen car or the safety of lone workers – all made possible with a GPS Tracking System like the Globalsat TR102 , TR151 and Immageo Geo Tagger

GPS & PDA Accessories

Whether looking for a pda accessory or the latest gps accessories. 
Easydevices have a wide selection of add-ons including SD WIFI Cards, Compact Flash Memory and SD Cards and PDA Batteries. 
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Our Products

Specialist supplier of HTC Smartphones, PDA & Dedicated Car & Handheld GPS Systems. Easydevices.co.uk can supply handheld or car GPS systems from GlobalsatTomTomRoute 66HTCViaMichelinRACMioCoPilot and more! Browse our amazing range of Sat Navs and satnav software 







What People Are Saying

” GPS of this ease is the first time in the world, never have I experienced it with this much of comfort and ease.”

Theresa Reeves

“no more running after my Dog to go searching for him this GPS has reduced my physical strain so much “

Ada Leonard


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How to Make an SQL Server Faster

How to Make an SQL Server Faster

If your SQL server is struggling to keep up with the load that it is under then your first instinct might be to try to upgrade the server, but this isn’t usually the only option according to experts Red9. There are things that you can do to get more performance out of your server without spending a lot of money, and many of them are nice ‘quick wins’ that will really help you to enjoy faster query execution times and better stability.

Optimizing Your Databases

The first thing to look at is how well designed the databases are. Use the Dynamic Management View to access statistics about the performance of the server. This will give you access to wait statistics and other information that will flag up major bottlenecks.

Poorly written queries can often be a performance issue. Use T-SQL to find the execution time of each of your queries. Don’t make the mistake of assuming that any query which is slow is automatically a bottleneck. The frequency of execution is important too. If a slow query is run once at the end of the day, for example, then that’s not going to have as much of an impact on the overall performance of the server as if the query was being run repeatedly throughout the day to perform actions on customer accounts in supposedly ‘real time’.

Often, the source of poor performance is querying a large table that does not have an index. Adding an index to a table is frequently a simple and high-reward change, and if you have sufficient control of the database to do so then it is worth making that change. Unfortunately, if a third party designed the database it may not be a simple option and the structure of the database could make optimization much more complicated.

Too Much of a Good Thing

Note that while indexes are incredibly useful for things that are frequently accessed, if you have indexes that are not being used then you may want to get rid of them. It is possible to have too much of a good thing! You should look at getting rid of indexes if there is no reason to have them because they use a lot of CPU and I/O time to maintain them. Every time data is inserted into a table, SQL server must update the index as well as the table itself. This means that the overhead for the index is worthwhile only when there is a lot of searching going on.

Log Files and Data Files

Another useful performance optimization is to make sure that your log files and database files are on separate drives. This is because writing and reading data files is not sequential, but writing and accessing log files is. If they are located on the same drive then you can’t easily optimize the I/O. Make sure that when you are setting your databases up you take into consideration the location of the files. Speak to your systems administrator if you aren’t sure which drives to put things on.

How To Pick Out The Right Gym Equipment

How To Pick Out The Right Gym Equipment

It can be a hassle to go out to the gym every time you want to exercise says gym equipment specialist Physique Sports. One option is instead of taking a trip to the gym several times a week, why not build your own gym right in your home? You’ll be able to save on membership fees, and you’ll be able to save a lot of time as well.

Of course, before you can build your gym, you will need to invest in some equipment. If you don’t know how to pick the right gym equipment, this guide should be a big help.

Think About What You Can Afford To Spend

Building a home gym can be costly, which is why you’ll want to set a budget before you make any purchases. If you consider what you’re willing to spend, you’ll be able to focus your attention on equipment that you can reasonably afford.

It’s important to remember that you don’t have to buy everything for your gym at once. You don’t need a fully equipped gym when you’re starting off. You can build your gym piece by piece. You shouldn’t spend money that you don’t have, but you should make sure you spend enough to get gym equipment you’ll be happy with.

Find Equipment That You Have Space For

You’ll want to think about the space you want to use for your gym. If you live in a cramped flat, you’re going to want to buy equipment that can easily be stored or equipment that doesn’t take up much space at all.

If you don’t have room for the equipment that you need, then you’re not going to be able to use it at all. Consider your space before you make any purchases.

Consider Your Workout Habits

How do you like to exercise? Are there particular pieces of equipment that you gravitate towards? You’re going to be building this gym for you, which is why you should design it around your needs and interests. You should make sure you have everything you need for a perfect workout session.

If you love to exercise on the treadmill, then you’re going to want to make sure you have a treadmill in your gym. If you love yoga, you’re going to want a high-quality yoga mat. This gym is for you, which is why you should design it with your needs in mind.

Invest In Quality Equipment

You should absolutely try to stick with the budget that you’ve set for your gym. However, you shouldn’t buy low-quality items just so you can save a little bit of extra cash. If you’re careful about what you buy for your gym, then you’ll be able to make sure you get equipment that will last.

If you want to be sure that you’re buying the best possible equipment for your home gym, one of the main things you’re going to want to do is read reviews. You should focus on gym equipment that has been heavily praised. You’ll also want to look more closely at brand names. There are certain manufacturers that are known for making excellent gym equipment. If you can buy some of their products, you should. Make sure you pick equipment that you’ll be happy with for a long time.

Now that you know how to pick the right gym equipment, you can make sure that you have everything you need for your gym. Whether you wind up investing in weights or cardio equipment, you’ll be able to make sure that you have the kind of equipment that you want to use. You’ll be able to select everything you need for the perfect home gym.

Things You Need to Know About GPS Tracking Systems

Things You Need to Know About GPS Tracking Systems

There are plenty of things that you need to know about GPS tracking systems if you plan on picking one up. In its essence, a GPS (where GPS stands for Global Positioning System) is a device that provides time as well as geolocation. This is picked up using a receiver placed on earth or somewhere near earth.

Although it might take some time to grasp how a GPS system works, here are some things that you need to know about GPS tracking systems.

Types of GPS systems


Commonly used in fleet management, a hardwired GPS tracker helps owners of businesses to monitor as well as locate their fleet activity. This also gives them assurance as to whether the assets are safe. This can also be a method that will contribute to the reduction of theft activity because they are seldom detected by thieves.

A power source needs to be wired to the system so that real-time data can be transmitted. Examples of a power source for this purpose are the vehicle’s fuse box or the antenna.

Personal tracker

Personal trackers are usually used to monitor pets or sometimes, even people. The tracker may be in attached to an accessory such as a bracelet.


This type of tracker is most commonly used to track dogs as finding a lost dog is a tiring and traumatizing ordeal.

Asset tracker

Assets trackers can be used to track anything unless it’s a vehicle.

Asset trackers are used in supermarkets to prevent shopping carts from getting stolen. Some supermarkets have reported an increase in revenue after matching the items of the cart to the customer’s loyalty card. The information is then sent to the advertising team.


Most of the benefits come from using a GPS tracker for business purpose.

  • Cost cutting: If a truck has a GPS tracker on it, it’ll prompt the driver to reach the destination on time. It’ll also incentivize the driver to clock in more hours which will be spent better than before.
  • Less theft: A GPS installed vehicle wouldn’t have any trouble being located if it is ever stolen as you’ll know where it has gone.
  • Customer service: Where the drivers are, and their availability can be checked by the dispatcher if and when a last minute client is added to the list.
  • Fuel cost reduction: The route that the drivers would take will be accounted for and hence, they cannot waste fuel by going off course.
  • Safety: Drivers would need to think twice before overspeeding as they’ll know that they’re being watched.

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