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Garmin GPS 76 and GPSMAP 76

September 21, 2007
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Garmin’s new GPS 76 and GPSMAP 76 are WAAS-enabled handheld GPS receivers in waterproof cases. Each unit has a high-resolution, 1.6″ by 2.2″ display and built-in quad helix antenna. The GPS 76 has one megabyte of internal memory and comes with a database of nautical navaids and tide data. The GPSMAP 76 has eight megabytes of internal memory and comes with a built-in basemap of major cities, coastlines, navaids, tide data and more. Both are compatible with the manufacturer’s MapSource CD-ROMs, store up to 500 waypoints and operate for 16 hours on two AA batteries. The GPS 76 has a suggested retail price of $250, while the GPSMAP 76 has a suggested retail price of $399. Garmin International, Olathe, KS, (913) 397-8200; www.garmin.com.
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