The Oregon uses the same touch-screen technology that makes Garmin's automotive GPSs so easy to use. It's equipped with a high-sensitivity WAAS- and GLONASS-enabled GPS receiver that...
The Oregon uses the same touch-screen technology that makes Garmin's automotive GPSs so easy to use. It's equipped with a high-sensitivity WAAS- and GLONASS-enabled GPS receiver that provides exceptionally fast position acquisition and excellent accuracy. Rugged and waterproof, it's built to withstand any kind of weather. With 1.5 GB of internal memory, there's lots of space for maps of all kinds, and a microSD card slot lets you add even more memory for additional maps, data and even photos. Go paperless when geocaching by downloading information for up to four million geocaches. All the information will be displayed onscreen, so you won't need to carry lists of coordinates and descriptions on reams of paper. You can also filter the caches by size, terrain, difficulty and type. Plan your next trip Garmin's BaseCamp software. It lets you view and organize maps, waypoints, routes and tracks. You can even use it to create Garmin Adventures that you can share with friends, family and fellow adventurers. Wireless technology lets you share waypoints, routes and geocache information with compatible Garmin handheld units. Capacity to store 4,000 waypoints, 200 routes and 10,000 track logs. Other features include 3D mapping capability, barometric altimeter, electronic compass and autorouting. Runs for 16 hours on the two AA batteries, not included. You can also use Garmin's rechargeable NiMH battery pack, sold separately at garmin.com. USB port for data transfer to and from your PC; cable included. Imported. Unit dimensions 4.5H x 2.4W x 1.3D. Internal memory 1.5 GB Display 3 TFT touch screen, 240 x 400 pixels. Weight 7.4 oz. with batteries. Battery life 16 hours. Data cards Accepts microSD cards. Waypoints Up to 4,000. Routes Up to 200. Track log 10,000 points, 200 saved tracks. Waterproof IPX7 waterproof construction.