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New touchscreen handhelds from Magellan

Boyd 1795 Points
edited November -1 in Magellan Handheld Forum
Magellan just introduced the Explorist 510-610-710 series of handhelds. The 710 might be an interesting product - has full US automotive and topographic maps pre-installed evidently.

http://www.magellangps.com/products/product.asp?segID=355&prodID=2377

eXplorist 510

The eXplorist 510 is an advanced, rugged, and waterproof outdoor GPS with core outdoor navigation and experience recording built-in. Includes camera, touch screen, pre-loaded World Edition map, paperless geocaching, and expandable memory.

3.2 mega-pixel Camera with Auto Focus
'World Edition' Preloaded Map
3 Inch Touch Screen
Online Experience Sharing


eXplorist 610

The eXplorist 610 is an advanced, rugged, and waterproof outdoor GPS with core outdoor navigation and experience recording built-in. Includes camera, sensors, pre-loaded Summit Series map, paperless geocaching, and expandable memory.

Summit Series USA Topographic Mapping
3-Axis Electronic Compass
Barometric Altimeter
3.2 mega-pixel Camera with Auto Focus


eXplorist 710

The eXplorist 710 is an advanced, rugged, and waterproof outdoor GPS with detailed topographic and turn-by-turn maps for a complete outdoor navigation experience. Includes camera, sensors, Summit Series and Cities Series mapping, paperless geocaching, and more.

City Series USA Turn-by-Turn Navigation
Summit Series USA Topographic Mapping
3-Axis Electronic Compass & Barometric Altimeter Sensors
3.2 mega-pixel Camera with Auto Focus

Comments

  • gatorguy 224 Points
    You gotta get up mighty early Boyd :lol:

    Oh. . . You do!
  • Boyd 1795 Points
    Heh, this is more activity than the Magellan handheld forum has seen in the last 3 months! :lol:
  • sviking 141 Points
    Heh, this is more activity than the Magellan handheld forum has seen in the last 3 months! :lol:
    And, that's a reason right there as to why I wouldn't consider one for a LONG time... Not enough support, not enough of a user database, etc. Map updates? Yeah, right... Customer service was TERRIBLE when I had my Magellan SporTrak Pro. And, they still haven't caught up in the marketplace... Garmin sure has a lot of faults, but you have to admit...they are pretty much the "giant" in portable outdoor/auto GPS units.
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