The Lowrance XOG is a new release from Lowrance that combines the splash resistance of the outdoors unit with the driver friendly format that can be used for automobile navigation. The unit is at home on the road, on the trail or even on the baot.... but mosting on the boat and car, as it supports road routing and several boat related map products like Fishing Hot Spots, Lakemaster and NauticPath maps. The unit can download US Satellite and aerial images, as well as topo maps.
The unit has a 3.5-ince screen and a full featured MP3 player as well as a picture viewer. The XOG also has an internal Li-Ion battery.
Look for it in stores soon.
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Posted by Scott Martin at October 29, 2007 8:56 PM
I read your review on the iway 350c and am pretty impressed with that unit, I know the XOG replaced it but which is really better?
Things weighing on my mind, the 350 has a 4 gig HD and the XOG has 2. I am not sure if the XOG plays mp3's as flawlessly as the 350 does because I do not know if it has the fm modulator.
Water resistent on the XOG is nice and water use as well but are not overall buying factors for me.
Also I read that the 350 had incredible battery life but not so with the XOG, so is buying the XOG an improvement over the discontinued but very popular 350? I can get them for about the same price.