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Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: memory-map

Manufacturer: memory-map

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Page By: redsplashman23

Created/Edited: Jan 24, 2007 / Jan 24, 2007

Object ID: 2060

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Product Description

Memory-Map displays precise digital maps and charts on your computer or PDA. A wide-range of maps are available of different states and countries. Satellite images and aerial photography are also displayed. You can also view in 3D.



Features

Plan Routes
Fly along your planned route using 3D World to get a good idea of the terrain.

Print Maps
You can scale the exact area to your need. Then print the maps you create to take with you on your adventures.

Program GPS
Programming routes and waypoints into your handheld GPS. Also, you can load maps into your Pocket PC so you can have a detailed map in the palm of your hand.

Performance Review
-When you return home, import trakccklogs from GPS or PocketPC
to your computer.
-View graphs of your speed, elevation profiles, and even your
heart-rate (if you have the right equipment).
-Use 3D world to fly along your tracks.


You can also create digital journals on maps, using voice recordings and photos from your trip.

System Requirements


  • Windows 2000 or XP
  • Pentium processor or better
  • 600 x 800 display or better
  • 32 MBytes of RAM and 200 MBytes of hard drive space recommended

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Reviews

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redsplashman23Good Program

Hasn't voted

A little hard to figure out, as it doesn't come with a guide but lots of information. Once you learn how to use it, it can become very resourceful.
Posted Feb 19, 2007 8:58 pm

NanulsUse it all the time

Voted 5/5

I use Memory Map software all the time, and combined with the Get Mapping aerial photography layers it makes a very interesting (rather than particularly useful) program. I use it more for planning routes rather than navigation (I'm a great believer in map and compass over GPS), however on occasion it has proven itself useful. The only down side is that more detailed maps are very expensive, and if you are thinking of buying one of the CD-ROMS I would seriously consider how much use you will get out of it.
Posted Aug 10, 2007 8:35 am

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