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Old 04-16-2011, 06:33 PM   #1
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rhino ???

On a more serious note . The old etrex is getting slow but I don't use it much . thinking of an upgrade if I can swing it.
1. Can I still use the 24k NP East topo map I bought on a new garmin ??
2. Can I automaticly " see " other rhino users ? Or would it be a set up 1 by 1 ?

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Old 04-16-2011, 07:48 PM   #2
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Yes you can use the 24K NP Eat Garmin Too maps.

Yes, you can "see" other garmin users IF they key the radio and IF they don't have their unit set to not show them. (It defaults to "show").

You didn't say which RINO series. The earlier ones (110, 102, & 130) use a serial connecter to exchange data with the cmputer, so if you don't have a serial posat you will need an adapter which is about $15.00. The newer 530 series uses a USB connector.

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