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GPSdash2 for Pocket PC
Posted on 14-May-2005 10:30 | Tags Filed under: Software


GPSdash2 for Pocket PC
GPSdash2 is a tool for the Windows Mobile Pocket PC platform that will help you with getting the most out of your mobile GPS equipment. It is able to interpret data from receivers and presents the most significant data via 5 complementary views. Accompanied by its easy to use navigational features, GPSdash2 is your perfect partner for hiking, sailing or any similar outdoor activity.

  • Choose from more than 30 different gauges out of 10 categories
  • Speed, Acceleration, Mileage, Altitude, Ascent Rate (Variometer), Altitude Gain, Navigation, Time, Reception, Dilution of Position
  • Assemble your own layout
  • Make gauges fullscreen
  • Easy import and use of your favourite maps
  • Visualization of your position, trail and heading
  • Visualization of Waypoints (selectable) and navigation targets
  • Distance and Area measuring tool






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