Garmin 62S Handheld GPS Navigator Review


If you are looking for a GPS navigator with a lot of features Autel DS708 Scanner, then behold the GPSMAP 62S by Garmin- the newly designed handheld device with a tilt compensated 3 axis compass and barometric altimeter.


It carries BirdsEye™ Satellite imagery, photo navigation, and custom maps. Tough and waterproof, the GPSMAP 62s uses a quad helix receiver to get unparalleled transmission. It comes with a smart new design and a fast USB connection Autel DS708, plus it can connect wireless to compatible Garmin devices.


There is a lot that you can do with the new GPSMAP 62S.


Discover new potential


It comes with inbuilt basemap that lets you navigate absolutely anywhere easily. Download images from Garmin Connect Photos. You can easily navigate using them.


Get the Attitude


It has an inbuilt tilt compensated, 3-axis electronic compass that displays your heading- even if you are standing still! And you don’t have to hold it level to do that either. Pressure changes can be tracked using the barometric altimeter to identify the exact altitude. And you can also use it to plot barometric pressure against time. This can help you keep track of changing weather conditions.


Go wireless


Share your routes, tracks, waypoints, and geocaches over wireless with other compatible Garmin devices. So if you want your friends to enjoy your favorite hike, just press ‘send’ to send the information to them and get on with the games.


Help at Hand


The GPSMAP 62s has a quad helix antenna that is highly sensitive, plus it has a GPS WAAS enabled receiver, along with HotFix satellite prediction. It locates your position and maintains the GPS location even in deep canyons and heavy cover. So you might be anywhere on earth- the GPSMAP 62s will help you find your way back home.


Add more maps


It is easy to add maps with a wide range of detailed marine, road, and topographic maps provided by Garmin. It offers you an onboard memory of 1.7GB. You can easily download 100k and 24k TOPO maps and then hit the trail. It works with Satellite Imagery from BirdsEye, which allows you to download satellite images direct to your device. Along with that, 62s is also compatible with the famous Custom Maps, a software tool that makes maps downloadable.


Stay Connected


After you have explored and discovered, it is time you stored your activities for analysis. Connect it to your computer system and internet to get a detailed study of your movements. Send your outdoor activity tracks using Garmin Connect website. This site offers activity table and lets you view what you did, on a map with the help of Google Earth.


You can also share your experiences using Facebook and Twitter.


It’s Fun


GPSMAP 62s also supports geocaching GPX files to download geocache, and details them to your device. This way you can help the environment by working paperless. It stores your key information, which includes terrain Autel Maxisys, location, hints, difficulty and descriptions. So you don’t have to enter coordinates yourself.


Plus it is sleek and lightweight. Good looking on the outside, loaded with features on the inside, the GPSMAP 62s is your trusty companion for all outdoor pursuits.

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