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Ronidoron

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#5183 6-Oct-2005 02:37
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Hi,
I'm going to travel in New Zealand next month.
I’m interested in buying a Gps navigation software for my pocketpc.
Do you have and suggestion on a good software?
Do you know and store that’s able to send it to me to Israel?

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#21083 6-Oct-2005 05:31
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There are a couple around (use the Google search and select Geekzone), including the Navman maps, available on-line from some retail stores (search Navman on DSE and look for the PiN maps). But be warned these are overpriced on DSE.







 

 

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  #21916 23-Oct-2005 19:33
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i use tomtom software it has never let me down yet
http://www.tomtom.com/

 
 
 
 


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#21917 23-Oct-2005 19:37
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Does TomTom have a New Zealand map?




 

 

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freitasm: Does TomTom have a New Zealand map?


Not that i have found and i have been looking! TomTom's price is much better than navman for the same quality of product.

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  #24323 7-Dec-2005 06:21
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I have a Navman sleeve and Copilot Live ver 5 software on my iPAQ 3950. I've had both since version 3 of CoPilot.
I travel from New England to Florida often and have no problems.
Go to ALK.com for more information on copilot and adapters that work with your hand held
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