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Garmin Colorado 400t

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12 January 2010
  • Excerpt: Take on the trails with Colorado 400t. This rugged, advanced handheld is packed with detailed topographic maps for all your hiking adventures not to mention 3-D map view, a high-sensitivity receiver, barometric altimeter, electronic compass, SDâ„¢ card slot, picture viewer and color display. Exchange tracks, waypoints, routes and geocaches wirelessly between similar units. When the going gets tough, Colorado leads the way.
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GPS Lodge
30 March 2008
  • Summary: Overall I think the Garmin Colorado 400t is a big jump in quality of experience over the eTrex C series and even the GPSMap 60CSx units. I say that for numerous reasons, and acknowledging that the Colorado series costs a lot more, I still think it's a pretty darn good device for the money. Actually, I can say that I liked it so much that bought a new Colorado 400t for myself.
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Garmin Colorado 400t Review

4 January 2008
  • Summary: Colorado is Garmin's newest handheld outdoor GPS aimed at outdoor, marine, and fitness enthusiasts. Available in 4 versions, the 400t model includes 3D elevation perspective and ships preloaded with U.S. topographic maps. Additional maps can be purchased from Garmin. Colorado is also the first GPS to support Whereigo ("where I go"), groundspeak's newest GPS-based activity (the same folks who made geocaching popular).
  • Pros: Beautiful looking device that's rugged and fits nicely in the palm of your hand, Rock 'n Roller, Extremely well built, Bright, 3-inch screen can be easily seen, even in bright, direct sunlight, Support for Whereigo cartridges, Supports automotive, off-road, marine, geocaching, and fitness uses, Can be paired with an optional Garmin Heart Rate Monitor for fitness use, Can be paired with an optional Bike Cadence Sensor for cycling use, Ability to wirelessly transfer way...
  • Cons: Expensive, Mysteriously named menus, Cumbersome Route Planner, Slight learning curve, Some overlap between features can cause confusion
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