The Garmin GPS unit will go on sale in Walmart stores, the retailer announced Tuesday.
The Garmin unit will be available starting March 30, Walmart said.
It will include an optional app for iPhones and Android phones that can help track time, distance and other GPS data.
The unit will cost $199, the company said.
Walmart did not provide details about the store locations where the unit will sell.
It was the latest in a string of Walmart stores selling GPS units.
In March, the upscale chain unveiled a version of its popular $350 GPS unit for its store-based Wal-Mart stores that includes a mobile app and a digital compass.
More recently, Walmart introduced its $499 GPS unit in stores with a digital watch face that shows how long it’s been since the unit was last used.
Earlier this year, Walmart started selling a $299 GPS unit that lets you set up a Wi-Fi hotspot to share your location with other people.