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steve@wangner.net
Sent: 12/13/2000 1:20:47 PM
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Re: idea/project for newbies


Another model or two you might want to consider is the Magellan GPS
Companion for the Palm III / V series...I got one of these, and it
works pretty well. I'm also a Palm programmer, and have written a
Geocaching application (none of the freely available GPS software had
all of the features I was looking for for Geocaching, so I wrote my
own). I'm planning on releasing the software once I get all the
features I want in it, and all the bugs out (also, right now, it
still runs a little slow).

--- In gpsstash@egroups.com, "Matt O'Brien" wrote:
> > Anyone know of a place where I can find a list of GPS units out
> there,
> > that'd be a great help.
>
> Here's a list I compiled real quick from the leading vendors
> websites. No doubt there are vendors I didn't list and/or models
I've
> omitted, but it should give you a start.
>
>
> Garmin eMap
> Garmin eTrex
> Garmin eTrex Summit
> Garmin GPS 12
> Garmin GPS 12 XL
> Garmin GPS 12CX
> Garmin GPS 12MAP
> Garmin GPS II Plus
> Garmin GPS III Plus
> Garmin GPS 48
> Garmin Navtalk - GPS / Phone
> Garmin GPSMAP 175
>
> Garmin GPS II (discontinued)
> Garmin GPS III (discontinued)
> Garmin GPS 38 (discontinued)
> Garmin GPS 40 (discontinued)
> Garmin GPS 50 (discontinued)
> Garmin GPS 75 (discontinued)
>
> Magellan GPS 310
> Magellan GPS 315
> Magellan GPS 320
> Magellan Map 330
> Magellan Map 410
> Magellan colorTRAK
> Magellan GPS 300
> Magellan 2000 XL
> Magellan Blazer12
> Magellan Tracker
> Magellan NAV 6000
> Magellan NAV 6500
> Magellan NAV 6510
>
> Lowrance iFINDER
> Lowrance iFINDER Plus
> Lowrance GlobalMap 100
> Lowrance GlobalMap 100 Plus
> Lowrance GlobalMap 1600
> Lowrance GlobalMap 3000MT
> Lowrance GlobalNav 310
>
> Brunton Multi-Navigator