Free maps for old Magellan handheld GPS?
Jun 3rd, 2016 5:01 pm
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Jun 3rd, 2016 9:50 pm
I used to be very active in the gps newsgroup when a Garmin 2610 could cost over US$1500.Scott86 wrote: ↑I found an old Sportrak color GPS. When it came out, it was a high-end unit with a whopping 32 MEGABYTES of memory! This was back in 2004
Anyway, mine is mint, sealed, brand new condition. I was hoping someone could help me get it updated so it would be usable. Im planing on doing some hiking and camping so it would be useful if i could load it up with some topographic maps.
Does anyone have some pointers? Or should i just accept that a dedicated GPS unit thats over a decade old is totally useless now a days.
Jun 3rd, 2016 10:01 pm
I can't believe I paid over $450 for a Lowrance GlobalNav 12 back in 1998, in order to track with maps I needed load those overpriced maps and plug it into a laptop before driving.
Jun 8th, 2016 11:20 pm