September 3, 2008

Garmin Oregon 200, 300, 400i, 400c, 400t - Now Shipping

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The newest Garmin handheld line is now shipping. The innovative touchscreen units are certainly easy to use, when I used the Oregon 400t for my review, I thought the Oregon with its touchscreen interface has a tremendous number of assets that make the Oregon the best designed, easiest to use Garmin handheld yet.

The units are not inexpensive, but are very capable handhelds.

Garmin Oregon 200 vs 300 vs 400t vs 400i vs 400c

The Garmin Oregon line has several models with various capabilities, all based on the same touchscreen handheld unit with HotFix technology for rapid satellite fixes, and the ability to add maps through micro-SD cards. I would recommend at least the Garmin Oregon 300 so that you have the Altimeter and Electronic Compass functionality that are a big plus when doing any navigation on land.

  • Garmin Oregon 200 - Full touchscreen unit with great new interface. Has a basemap
  • Garmin Oregon 300 - Adds wireless sharing capability along with electronic compass and altimeter
  • Garmin Oregon 400t - Adds the Topo map to the 300 model features.
  • Garmin Oregon 400i - Adds inland lakes maps to the 300 model features.
  • Garmin Oregon 400c - Adds Coastal maps to the 300 model features.


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    Posted by Scott Martin at September 3, 2008 7:31 AM
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