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X is For Anything

Go anywhere with the new XOG crossover navigation tool from Lowrance.

October 1, 2007
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What iPod has done for music, Lowrance hopes to achieve for navigation, with a small handheld unit called the XOG that can cover all your land and marine based GPS and nav needs. The XOG fits in the palm of your hand and has a 3.5″, 320 x 240 pixel touch screen. The moisture-resistant unit will allow you to navigate to your launch ramp and then out the inlet. It supports software such as Lowrance FreedomMaps, Lowrance Fishing Hot Spots PRO, LakeMaster ProMaps, and Navionics Classic and Gold. How is it like an iPod? Lowrance is planning to launch a site called Mapselect.com that will allow you to purchase charts and maps a la carte. You’ll also be able to use the XOG as an mp3 player and jpeg photo viewer. Lowrance plans to release the XOG and launch Mapselect.com on November 1st. When the XOG becomes available, we plan to be the one of the first to test it and give you the highs and lows. Price: $300. Contact: Lowrance.com

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