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Topic # 3679 17-Mar-2005 23:05
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Does anyone know if SmartST + NZ Maps are available retail? or can you only get it if you buy their full package including custom built PIN PDA?

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Reply # 13663 17-Mar-2005 23:08
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Look for NAVMAN on DSE on-line. The prices are at least 2x what Navman told me would be. I'm not sure why... Try contacting Navman directly - they're based in Auckland.






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  Reply # 13664 17-Mar-2005 23:12
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Thanks Mauricio, I did look on DSE shortly after you did your review on the new PIN and saw CF Card "maps" for about $500 wasn't sure if they were just maps or software+maps the DSE descriptions weren't all that helpfull.

i.e Cat D4040 appears to be what I assume I should be looking for.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 13665 17-Mar-2005 23:18
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D4045 title is "NAVMAN Map S/W NZ pin"... But there's nothing else on the description saying if this is the map only, or software and map. Better contact Navman still...






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  Reply # 13666 17-Mar-2005 23:28
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Will do, thank you :)

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