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    Street Atlas 2005

    Has anyone tried street atlas 2005 out yet? I believe that its made for higher resolution screens, if anyone's tried it, could you please rite or point me to a review? thanks!

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    Similr to 2004. I haven't compared it to another product like duleo or destinator. But I like it, I got the plus version because it has phone number and address listings, like 31 million or something. Its convenient, this way all you need to know is the name of a place, get the address, then use the nav. to get there. The plus version costs 80 bucks. It now has automatic re-routing. I use it with my Lilliput fine. I imagine you already looked at http://www.delorme.com/streetatlasusa/ ?
    or this: http://www.pitt.edu/~kconover/picks_and_pans.htm
    Sorry I'm of no more help, searched and found no reviews
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    if its anything like 2004, have fun using it on a 7" screen. I hope you got a big screen in your car.....

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    I had 2004 and liked it. I just got 2005 with my blue logger 2 weeks ago. 2005 is alot nicer. It has some features that 2004 was missing. Such as selecting audio output device and mic input device. Also the text is bigger and easier to read. I am using it on my laptop 14" screen right now. I won't have my Xenarc to try it on that for another week or so.

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    How about the bread crumbs, can you turn them on/off or adjust the size. I am thinking about upgrading from 2004.
    It is really sad, 8 years ago I had MapExpert from them, you could turn on/off the crumbs, change size (3 selections) and host of other things, that product was really GPS orinted. I don't know why are they holding back from implementing that featur.

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    I was also wondering if this will work woth any GPS mouse, not just the bundled one.

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    all older one did -- 2005 ?

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    It's in the FAQ.

    Q: Will my GPS receiver work with Street Atlas USA 2004?
    A: Street Atlas USA 2005 can track any NMEA 0183 v 2.0 compatible GPS receiver. Street Atlas USA 2005 also allows you to transfer tracks, waypoints, and routes to and from most Garmin and Magellan GPS models.

    Note: Additional cables from the GPS manufacturer may be required.

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    from there web site

    Q: Will my GPS receiver work with Street Atlas USA 2004?
    A: Street Atlas USA 2005 can track any NMEA 0183 v 2.0 compatible GPS receiver. Street Atlas USA 2005 also allows you to transfer tracks, waypoints, and routes to and from most Garmin and Magellan GPS models.

    Note: Additional cables from the GPS manufacturer may be required.

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    to quick for me

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