Magellan Triton 2000 GPS

Magellan Triton 2000

A trusted name in GPS receivers, Magellan unveiled in 2007 a line of handheld GPS devices each with a unique selling point and markets. All units possess the ease-of-use that makes Magellen a successful brand in GPS technology. Today we feature one of their high-end products, the Triton 2000.

The Triton 2000, like all recent models, have a completely new interface that promises to be easier-to-use than ever. It has a large color touch screen, a 2-megapixel camera, voice recorder, LED flashlight, and SD-card expandability. This does not only help you aid in outdoor navigation, but also enables the user to take pictures and capture sounds, saving every adventure into a rugged and waterproof case. Other cool features include a 3-axis electronic compass and a built-in barometer.

It uses the VantagePoint sofware, an exclusive to Magellan, that easily manages and uploads detailed maps, user-generated content, updates, and upgrades on your PC. It also lets the user view saved routes, customizing them for future trips or even create new ones. The Triton 2000’s antenna is so reliable, it can even receive good signal reception even in heavy cloud cover, canyons, or deep woods.

Overall, the Magellan Triton 2000 is worth the $500 tag with its forward-facing features that makes every adventure a memorable journey.

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