Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Voice Caddie to Debut at PGA Show
(Orange County, CA) - Ucomm Technology, makers of the internationally acclaimed voice guided golf GPS rangefinder Voice Caddie, will make its U.S. debut at the 60th annual PGA Trade Show in Orlando, Florida. The all-new audio GPS system will appear on the show floor in booth #676.
James Jin, Head of Sales and Marketing for Voice Caddie said, "We are thrilled for the opportunity to meet face-to-face with our customers and demonstrate our family of products."
Voice Caddie's genius is in its sleek, ultra small design. It is extremely light-weight and can easily clip to a cap or waistband. Simply press the button and hear the number of yards to the hole from where you stand. It's that simple, no screens to squint to read in the bright sun. No dizzying array of options to scroll through or buttons to press that can slow up play. The volume control allows you to raise or lower the volume to only be heard by you. Press one button to hear a real voice, not a computer generated provide all the information one needs to hit to the green. The devise is so small at just over 1.5" square and lightweight at just 9oz, to not feel encumbered carrying it.
Voice Caddy comes preloaded with thousands of courses, including international courses all for free. Voice Caddie is ready to use right out of the box. After fully charged the battery life lasts up to 9 hours. Voice Caddy costs hundreds of dollars less than the average golf GPS system and, is as accurate if not more so than those more expensive devices.