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Bushnell Onix 400: Portable Gps With Xm and Live Weather

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Bushnell Onix 400 GPS NavigatorIf you’re the outdoorsy type, you might want to check out Bushnell’s new waterproof portable GPS navigator. It’s the first device I’ve seen that seamlessly integrates GPS mapping capabilities with real time weather data and an XM satellite radio.

The Bushnell ONIX 400 can receive live XM WX weather data, as well as tune in over 170 channels of XM’s music, sports and entertainment programming. You can even set up the ONIX to track weather along your rout, and have automatically update based on your current location.

The ONIX 400 features a 3.5-inch 320×240 LCD display, and 64MB of on-board memory for data storage. The device operates on a rechargeable Li-Ion battery, but no information has been revealed about battery life as of yet.

The Bushnell ONIX 400 should hit shelves this Summer for about $500.






Comments (5):

  1. I really like those GPS tracking devices but they are a little complicated for me.:) If you can make them more simple it will be great :)

  2. Kenneth says:

    This model is good, but the price is a bit too high. Nowadays, we can easily get a GPS for $200. Why pay a premium for one that is water proof….. unless one day I drive a boat instead of driving a car :)

  3. knark says:

    Id like cheese on my onix 400 gps. Thank you!

  4. technabob says:

    In the word’s of Family Guy’s Chris Griffin:

    “I still don’t fully understand”

  5. tom says:

    the onix 400 is prolly the only gps i want to buy. being waterproof and having weather forecast for ur exact location instead of your region comes in very handy when u r on a quad about 2 hours from ur truck riding the trails.

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