Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Garmin revealed Oregon 450t and 450 touchscreen

Garmin, an old name when it comes to navigational devices, are back in the market with a couple of new devices – the Garmin Oregon 450t and 450 touchscreen. Both models will target the outdoor enthusiast, as they boast compatibility with the entire online community at Garmin Connect while supporting Garmin’s free Custom Maps utility that is useful for transferring paper or digital maps onto your compatible handheld. Sounds pretty neat, eh? With both models supporting touchscreen technology, you are able to navigate through a glove-friendly touchscreen interface. Don’t fret about keeping this safe and sound by being extra careful with it when outdoors – instead, Garmin won’t mind if you threw caution to the wind since the touchscreen display was built to be resistant to the rigors of nature, despite boasting 3″ of full color that can be read under most conditions with ease.

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