I can personally recommend the Maptech Terrain Navigator. My sister sent me the state of Colorado and it works with every GPS system I ever heard of.
>From: tOny@netdoor.com >Reply-To: email@example.com >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: [gpsstash] Delorme Topo USA/Emap Question >Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2000 18:22:55 -0000 > >Does anyone know if the Delorme Topo USA (South Eastern) edition will >interface with the eMap? I know it won't be able to download the maps >but will you be able to upload/download routes/waypoints? I decided >not to get the Garmin Topo map cd (over 100$) because the resolution >on them did not look great...the delorme topo's look like they have >more detail...and as long as I can download the routes...it should be >a cool setup. > >Plus I dig the new 3d/elevation effects that version has (not to >mention it only cost $40. Below is the quote from their >specifications screen: (It doesn't mention eMap but I hope that's >because it's still pretty new product and may have gotten left off.) > >- - - - - - - - - - >GPS Connection Requirements: >DeLorme Earthmate®, DeLorme GpsTripmate®,Garmin® 30, 45, GPS >II, GPS II Plus, GPS III or GPS 12XL, Magellan™, Rockwell, >Trimble >Scoutmaster™ or a fully compatible NMEA receiver Connector >cable(required for some GPS receivers) >- - - - - - - - - - > >PS. My eMap will be in on Wednesday. Got it from tvnav.com (thanks >for the recommendation - cool price/cool people). > >Thanks, >Tony B. >
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