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Old 02-08-2007, 10:38 PM
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besides garmin's stuff, what new to look for at the Miami show?
Old 02-09-2007, 08:07 AM
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Raymarine is adding functionality to their C series. The C series is getting Sirius Satellite weather, this will be available after a software update in a few months. Also Northstar is to release their Sirius Satellite weather system as well.
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I think Standard will have their new 12" chartplotter including one with built in VHF (much like the CPV 350). I just hope they have increased resolution, added NMEA 2000, etc. If they have will consider upgrading.
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I know you covered Garmin already, but I'd be interested to see if they show the touchscreen models and know how they work.

I think I heard that Raymarine was going to show two new letter series as an upgrade from the C and E. But this could be way off.
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I think there are also supposed to be quite a few more plotters that are Nav Platinum capable.
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I want to check out the new Garmin Leading Edge Network Exchange system. It is an invaluable tool for anyone using Garmin equipment. As with all of Garmin's stuff, their priority is that the technology always has to be user friendly. Speaking from experience I would say that is certainly true in this case. This device is highly protocol compliant and users will find this device is virtually all plug and play. Anyone who wants more information just needs to do a search using Garmin's nomenclature, it is known as: GLEN E. From what I hear, all you'll need is an Internet connection and you're good to go. Ok, so I'm pulling a fast one, let me apologize now to Glen E. This was just too good a chance to let it slip by to thank Glen for the help he has given me over the past year or so both directly and indirectly.
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