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  • Brent
    Cool! That s exactly what I ve been waiting for Garmin to come up with! I wonder why they haven t posted it on their website yet? Brent ... bag ... Garmins ...
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 25, 2005
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      Cool! That's exactly what I've been waiting for Garmin to come up
      with! I wonder why they haven't posted it on their website yet?

      Brent

      --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Alan <alan@a...>
      wrote:
      >
      > .... you might want to wait. It looks like basspro.com has let the
      bag
      > out on a new line of Garmin receivers that are not posted on
      Garmins
      > website yet. Here is a url to the 60Cx: http://tinyurl.com/dchde
      There
      > is also a 60CSx, VistaCx and LegendCx. Some spec's for the 60Cx:
      >
      > SiRF high-sensitivity GPS receiver
      > WAAS-enabled
      > Meets rigid IPX-7 submersible standards
      > Built-in basemaps with auto routing
      > Expandable memory
      > 64 MB TransFlash memory card included for optional downloaded maps
      > Electronic compass
      > Barometric altimeter
      > Bright color TFT display
      > USB and serial ports
      > 160 x 240 pixels
      > Runs for 30 hours on 2 AA batteries (not included)
      > 2.4"W x 7.1"H x 1.3"D
      >
      > The two spec's that intrigue me:
      >
      > SiRF high-sensitivity GPS receiver
      > Expandable Memory (TransFlash)
      >
      > SiRF high-sensitivity GPS receiver (chipset) should finally get
      Garmin
      > up to the Magellans in keeping locks under tree cover. At
      least that
      > is what I have heard (even for the 60 series).
      >
      > Alan
      >
    • Dick Young
      Can t spell! Blizzard Magellans eat Garmins dust anyway! ... bag ... There ... Garmin
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 26, 2005
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        Can't spell! Blizzard

        Magellans eat Garmins dust anyway!


        --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Dick Young"
        <AusGeoCache@a...> wrote:
        >
        > A REI salesman told me the same thing. He said a Garmin rep had been
        > in showing them the new line. With new antenna they were able to get
        > a signal inside the store. I'll wait! Course, Magellians eat Garmins
        > dust anyway!
        > DY
        >
        >
        > --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Alan <alan@a...> wrote:
        > >
        > > .... you might want to wait. It looks like basspro.com has let the
        bag
        > > out on a new line of Garmin receivers that are not posted on Garmins
        > > website yet. Here is a url to the 60Cx: http://tinyurl.com/dchde
        There
        > > is also a 60CSx, VistaCx and LegendCx. Some spec's for the 60Cx:
        > >
        > > SiRF high-sensitivity GPS receiver
        > > WAAS-enabled
        > > Meets rigid IPX-7 submersible standards
        > > Built-in basemaps with auto routing
        > > Expandable memory
        > > 64 MB TransFlash memory card included for optional downloaded maps
        > > Electronic compass
        > > Barometric altimeter
        > > Bright color TFT display
        > > USB and serial ports
        > > 160 x 240 pixels
        > > Runs for 30 hours on 2 AA batteries (not included)
        > > 2.4"W x 7.1"H x 1.3"D
        > >
        > > The two spec's that intrigue me:
        > >
        > > SiRF high-sensitivity GPS receiver
        > > Expandable Memory (TransFlash)
        > >
        > > SiRF high-sensitivity GPS receiver (chipset) should finally get
        Garmin
        > > up to the Magellans in keeping locks under tree cover. At least
        > that
        > > is what I have heard (even for the 60 series).
        > >
        > > Alan
        > >
        >
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