[OSM-talk] Fwd: Which entry level budget garmin
tanveer1979 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 5 17:56:31 GMT 2009
Opps, I hit reply, instead of reply all
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From: Tanveer Singh <tanveer1979 at gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 11:26 PM
Subject: Re: [OSM-talk] Which entry level budget garmin
To: D Tucny <d at tucny.com>
On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 10:45 PM, D Tucny <d at tucny.com> wrote:
> 2009/1/6 Joseph Scanlan <n7xsd at arrl.net>
>> On Mon, 5 Jan 2009, D Tucny wrote:
>>> What sort of control do you have over the tracklogging with the 760?
>> None. I got mine before I got interested in OSM. I'm tempted to get an
>> eTrex or something for mapping.
> I have the 60CSx, there are some things that could be improved, it's not
> perfect, but, it does the job and is pretty rugged...
>>> Still, expensive...
>> costco.com (here in the US) had a good price for the nuvi 760 when I got
>> mine. Even then, you should be able to spend less to get a better GPS for
>> OSM mapping.
> I already have the 60CSx, what I'm looking for now is something for car
> navigation, but, that can also store tracks, I'd prefer to have a single in
> car unit rather than a nest of wires and a pile of electrical devices,
> though it may come to that :) (anyone know of any pure loggers that can be
> powered off a 12v car supply and automatically power up and start logging
> when that power supply is turned on? ;))
the 60CSx and the HcX etc., tempted me, but to be frank they are not
in car units. Apart from the 200$ price, I also have to spend extra on
therefore I was looking at the 200 series(nuvi)
If I can't find something in my budget, I will get one of those "no
name brand" chinese 80$ units, which runs windows CE. After that its
gosmore + that unit.
Speaking of windows CE, can you guys direct me to any brand(tomtom
etc, will do too) unlocked GPS unit which can run gosmore etc.,
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