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Magellan Triton 400 GPS Receiver

Magellan Triton 400 GPS Receiver

Product Description

Get National Geographic Topo! maps on a GPS! This compact Magellan receiver delivers ease of use, advanced features and precise navigation. Bright, sunlight-readable and scratch-resistant screen is easy to view in almost any light. Powerful processor handles dynamic routing and multi-tasking with ease; finger-friendly user interface makes navigation a snap. Expandable memory via SD cards (sold separately) allows storage of maps, audio, pictures and more. Imports maps from Magellan MapSend product series as well as popular software like National Geographic TOPO and Mountain Dynamics. Triton 400's rugged rubberized housing is easy to grip; strap loop facilitates attachment to packs or clothing. Waterproof construction keeps unit functioning; meets IEC 60529 lPX7 standards (submersible to 1m for 30 min.). Strong SiRFstarIII chipset provides rapid satellite fix and position lock in narrow valleys, dense woodlands and urban jungles. WAAS-enabled (Wide Area Augmentation System) receiver delivers accuracy to within 10 ft. in North America. Comes with preloaded basemap of the continental United States, Alaska and Canada along with a catalog of major points of interest. Receiver powered by two AA batteries (sold separately).

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12/14/2010 07:45AM
This is the first GPS I have owned. Overall rating is positive, I have been able to load the Quetico Maps/campsites and use it to identify my location if misoriented. Being able to track your speed on the water is nice bonus.

Having a color screen is a must and this very readable except in a high glare condition.

It doesn't have all the bells or whistles such a Camera or MP3 player, but I didn't want that anyway.