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Topic # 9006 13-Aug-2006 11:45
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I am looking to use a laptop with GPS for navigation around Auckland. I know there is pocket pc based software and stand alone solutions, but I prefer using a laptop.







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  Reply # 43831 13-Aug-2006 14:04
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On my recent googling for maps to download for my handheld GPS, I came across the "New Zealand GPS Maps Project for PCs and Laptops". It looks really good - and the price is right (ie free for personal use).

Have a look at the link below for more info:

http://gwprojects.orcon.net.nz/gps/TM/tmmaps.html


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