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    the camera seems like a cool idea - probably in the next generation of my Delorme...

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    Sigh!!!!!!!!!!
    I'd really rather not cache, but I am helpless in the grip of my compulsion!

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    They haven't even gotten the bugs out of the Colorado and the 1st generation Oregon and they are entering another one? I think Delorme has a way to go but at least they ,I think will take it a little slower on their next. Besides I have a NUVI for most of everything else I need in a GPS,just need to update to something different besides my Old Vista that I hit on the dashboard once in a while to get it going again>>>LOL. I've been thinking about the HCX. Anybody else?
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    I'm using the vista HCX and seems to be working great for what i want out of it. mapachi turned me on to that model its the one he uses.
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    I will stick with my Delorme PN-40. It still looks like it will blow this one away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    I will stick with my Delorme PN-40. It still looks like it will blow this one away.
    I'm liking my "40" but being a gadget geek, this looks like fun!
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    This has to STOP! I don't need anymore gadgets.....do I? I think our Oregons work fine, but the Vista HCX sometimes works better. I use the 60CSX to place caches as it averages the best and I like POI with the Nuvi except when the Nuvi decides a wild goose chase would be fun, but.....a GPS with a camera? I just can't.... take away my credit card! Put me on medication! Disconnect my web access!

    Where'd you say I can get one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    This has to STOP! I don't need anymore gadgets.....do I? I think our Oregons work fine, but the Vista HCX sometimes works better. I use the 60CSX to place caches as it averages the best and I like POI with the Nuvi except when the Nuvi decides a wild goose chase would be fun, but.....a GPS with a camera? I just can't.... take away my credit card! Put me on medication! Disconnect my web access!

    Where'd you say I can get one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fins2right View Post
    Listen to your ID. You need more gadgets. You deserve more gadgets.
    . . . You just need a larger Batman Utility Belt for all of those gadgets.
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