Garmin’s new Edge 200 bike computer uses a high-sensitivity GPS receiver to measure how far and how fast you ride, requires no calibration, can be switched quickly and easily between bikes and can be used in all types of weather to accurately record cycling data.
Garmin nuvi 3790T review. Looks at the mount, speakers, voice command and terrain view.
Here is an instruction for installing of Garmin gmapsupp.img for viewing in MapSource
4.Extract archives on your PC
6.1 Browse to your gmapsup.img which you planning to install in MapSource and push ОК.
6.2 Go to Options. Down in right corner there is a button with two dots – Push it and browse to cgpsmapper folder, go to cgpsmapper.exe and OK.
6.3 One of the Options is Split, go there and push button Directory. Here you should define destination folder.Do not touch the other options. Leave them by default.
6.4 Push Split all and you should receive something like:
6.5 Close wgmaptool.
After installation of your gmapsupp.img map in MapSouce you should Unlock the new mapset with the serial provided with purchasing of device (if you buy device with pre installed map) or in SD card.
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True to his nature, Opie has been stashing away a whole lot of geocaching goodies for the coming winter. It came as no surprise, really, until we saw just how much stuff he had piled up. But after some conversations and coercion, he’s agreed to share his stockpile with his fellow cache creators at OpenCaching.com – but he wants to make it interesting. So throughout October we’ll be giving away his products as prizes to cache creators, and the prizes get bigger and better as more caches get created.
For starters, for every 100 caches created, we’ll give away an OpenCaching.com starter kit to a lucky participant until we reach 1,000 new caches. Once we top 1,000 new caches, we’ll give away a Dakota 20 to one randomly selected cache creator. Crossing the 2,000 cache mark will trigger an Oregon 450t giveaway. And as soon as we hit 3,000 new caches logged at OpenCaching.com, we’ll be giving away a GPSMAP 62stc – and we’ll give one of those away for every thousand caches created thereafter until the end of the month.
Every cache created qualifies as an entry, and to make things even easier, we provide a page to easily import caches you may have listed on other sites to help spread the word about your creations. And in the end, everyone comes out ahead because they’ll have thousands of new caches to find and log. While this specific sweepstakes is open to U.S. and Canadian residents, our offices around the world have been brainstorming – and announcing – exciting promotions for their respective countries as well.
Whether you wear a wetsuit while participating in amateur triathlons, a life-vest while kayaking down river, or have a leash strapped between you and your paddle-board, we have the perfect device for you! Today we announced the Forerunner 910XT – the only all-in-one GPS-enabled device that provides detailed swim metrics and tracks distance, speed/pace, elevation and heart rate for running and cycling. The 910XT sports a sleek profile allowing users to easily slide wetsuits on and off, and has an on-board barometric altimeter for improved elevation data, all without sacrificing the size of its easy-to-read display. The Forerunner 910XT was announced in preparation for the Triathlon World Championship in Kona, HI, October 8, 2011, where it will be prominently displayed.