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Is anyone using a GPS system with their PowerBook? I would lie to usemy G3 PowerBook with the Route 66 software in the same way as I use my iPAQ hadheld with the TOMTOM software. David...

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    Is anyone using a GPS system with their PowerBook? I would lie to usemy
    G3 PowerBook with the Route 66 software in the same way as I use my iPAQ
    hadheld with the TOMTOM software.

    David
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    In article <david-B18C4C.20060520072003slb-newsm1.svr.pol.co.uk>,
    David Steward <davidsteward4.freeserve.co.uk> wrote:
    > Is anyone using a GPS system with their PowerBook? I would lie to usemy
    > G3 PowerBook with the Route 66 software in the same way as I use my iPAQ
    > hadheld with the TOMTOM software.
    >
    > David
    I have a Garmin III+ wired to my WallStreet both powered from the
    cigarette lighter socket, that I use to navigate around the Lower 48
    when I am on roadtrips. SteetAtlas does just fine for software. I am
    looking at the new Delorma USB GPS Receiver $99US, which would clean
    up the wireing abit. Now if I could just get the Wallsteet to talk to
    the Digital Cellphone, (nokia 51xx) things would be "Just Spiffy"

    Bruce in Alaska
    Bruce in Alaska Guest

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    David Steward <davidsteward4.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message news:<david-B18C4C.20060520072003slb-newsm1.svr.pol.co.uk>...
    > Is anyone using a GPS system with their PowerBook? I would lie to usemy
    > G3 PowerBook with the Route 66 software in the same way as I use my iPAQ
    > hadheld with the TOMTOM software.
    >
    > David
    I use my Duo-280c with a Garmin GPS 12 in my work pickup. I use a
    program called GPSy. For my purposes it is very useful. A good place
    to start looking for all the GPS info that exists is:
    [url]http://joe.mehaffey.com/[/url]

    Greg
    Greg Guest

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    Bruce in Alaska <brucegbtpost.net> wrote:
    >Now if I could just get the Wallsteet to talk to
    >the Digital Cellphone, (nokia 51xx) things would be "Just Spiffy"
    I've been looking for a solution to let my Lombard to talk to a Nokia
    5100 series cellphone. I think there's a PCMCIA card modem that's
    cellular capable, but I have never been able to get a definitive
    answer on how to hook it up and make it work.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++
    H.B. Elkins mailto:hbelkinsmis.net or mailto:HBE1aol.com
    [url]http://www.millenniumhwy.net[/url]
    [url]http://www.users.mis.net/~hbelkins[/url]

    "There's no doubt he's the best race driver in the world."
    --Dale Jarrett, on Dale Earnhardt (RIP 2/18/01)

    I'm for Waltrip, Kentucky and whoever's playing North Carolina or Tennessee
    To reply, you gotta do what NASCAR won't -- remove the restrictor plates!
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++
    H.B. Elkins Guest

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