Garmin GPSMAP 67 Series and eTrex SE handheld GPS devices have just arrived
Garmin has announced the GPSMAP 67 Series and eTrex SE handheld GPS devices. The three new rugged gadgets support multi-GNSS to provide better coverage. The GPSMAP 67 and GPSMAP 67i also have multi-band support, improving positioning accuracy using multiple frequencies. These devices have a 3-in color display, are readable in bright conditions and are powered by a lithium-ion battery. The power pack allows them to last up to 180 hours in standard mode or 840 hours in expedition mode.
You can use the GPSMAP 67 Series to view preloaded TopoActive mapping and satellite imagery, and an Outdoor Maps+ subscription provides premium maps. Also included are a 3-axis compass and barometric altimeter are to show you the altitude and air pressure. The main difference between the 67 and the 67i is two-way inReach technology, available on the latter, enabling you to contact family and friends without cell service. The tool can also connect you to the Garmin Response Center in an emergency.
The entry-level eTrex SE has a smaller 2.2-in display and is powered by two AA batteries, providing 168 hours in standard mode or 1,800 hours in expedition mode. All gadgets can be paired to various compatible smartphones with the Garmin Explore app for Active Weather, Geocaching Live and smart notifications. You can now buy the Garmin GPSMAP 67 and GPSMAP 67i for US$499.99 and US$599.99, respectively. The Garmin eTrex SE retails for US$149.99.
Garmin, PR Newswire