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    Originally posted by tekknikal
    Garmin GPS 16 / Map Point 2002 / Yes, so far..
    What OS are you using?

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    StreetAtlas for Mac / Garmin Legend GPS / Co-Pilot 2002 running on a Windows emulator under MacOS X.

    I also use MS Streets occasionally. They seem to have the most accurate maps (at least in my area).

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    I'm in the uk and currently using:

    HAiCOM 201E as the gps reciever (connects to serial port/ps2 port)

    Coupled with:
    Autoroute 2002 (Streets and Trips in america) and
    Route66 Route Britian 2003.

    There both pretty cool (gps support in Route66 is better imho than autoroute) still there both nowhere near perfect!

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    I'm using Copilot 2002

    LOVE IT!!!

    But I seem to be having some conflits with XP!
    any suggestions
    BossTone74

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    I'm using my Magellan Map330 with Microsoft S&T right now, but I'm definitely looking for something with voice instruction. I'm really interested in CoPilot, but can't seem to find it without the GPS included. Does it even come in a just-software package?

    I also occasionally fire up USA Photo Maps (http://www.jdmcox.com) to see a nice overhead satellite picture from Microsoft's Terraserver.

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    Question Destinator

    Originally posted by phil.45
    Destinator/Destinator/Very!

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    Its like it was written for small car screens instead of laptops. Perfect size fonts, onscreen keyboard, and menus on my 6.5" widescreen. And spoken routing. People wont believe that its not an aftermarket gps system in my car costing 1000's rather than an old cyrix based PC.
    Can you say more about Destinator? Like does it accept NMEA sentences? If it does, I'm sold. I looked for it on the web, but could only find the version that goes on the iPaq--which may also explain why it seems to suit small displays...

    If you have a link, I'd like to investigate more.
    1996 Subaru Legacy GT 2.5L/Windows 98SE/Shuttle FV25 1000MHz/256M RAM/40G MP3s/DS Customs 5.6" LCD in-dash display/Deluo GPS/MS Streets/IR Rearview cam

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    Re: Destinator

    Originally posted by holden_frost
    Can you say more about Destinator? Like does it accept NMEA sentences? If it does, I'm sold. I looked for it on the web, but could only find the version that goes on the iPaq--which may also explain why it seems to suit small displays...

    If you have a link, I'd like to investigate more.
    For the impatient guy who asked about Destinator accepting NMEA sentences... The Destinator software only works with the GPS receiver that comes with it so it's irrelevant if it speaks NMEA sentences--it only speaks to its receiver. If you wanted to use another receiver with it keep lookin'.

    The answer's here:

    http://www.ipaqdestinator.com/faq2.htm
    1996 Subaru Legacy GT 2.5L/Windows 98SE/Shuttle FV25 1000MHz/256M RAM/40G MP3s/DS Customs 5.6" LCD in-dash display/Deluo GPS/MS Streets/IR Rearview cam

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    not sure why this got locked.

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    I use a Garmin GPS 16 and a package I'm writing myself
    http://sxpert.esitcom.org/projects/navsys
    I don't need no stinkin' startup-shutdown controller... That's what journalized filesystems are for...
    NavSys, the ultimate navigation app
    http://www.navsys.org/

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    Holux GM-200-USB / GPSDrive

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