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Leave the house and go somewhere wild.

As the little brother in Magellan's eXplorist series of GPS units, the 510 North America GPS still provides touchscreen operation, a rugged and waterproof construction, and a built-in digital camera, but it won't break the bank. Easily track progress, set waypoint and record your experience, and, once you're back at home, you can share your journey with others through online communities like 2D or 3D maps provide the most detailed view of your surroundings and, with a highly-sensitive GPS receiver, you'll always have the most accurate idea of where you are in the city or the wild.

  • OneTouch Menu touchscreen menu gives you quick, intuitive access to bookmarks, favorite places, waypoint functions, and searching
  • Summit Series Topographic Mapping allows for either 2D or 3D viewing angles of roads and land use areas, adding further detail to your maps
  • Preloaded topographic maps are based on 1:24,000 scale source maps and include contour lines, land use areas, trails, waterways, and points of interest like bike shops, fuel stations, potable water sources, and trailheads
  • Paperless Geoaching allows you to download unique characteristics of popular, shared, or pre-loaded geocaching spots so you can find the X that marks the spot
  • Built-in digital camera features autofocus, 3.2-megapixel resolution, microphone, and speaker so you can record geo-referenced images and voice notes to share later
  • Long 16-hour battery life uses two AA batteries and features a suspend mode in order to save battery while still GPS tracking

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Do the Summit Maps cover wilderness areas...

Do the Summit Maps cover wilderness areas in North America? Are they Topo maps? Is this a good system for a first time user (that's what I am)? Is there a receiver in the 510?

Is this the gps for pwc use in usa and...

Is this the gps for pwc use in usa and canada?rivers, lakes, and east coast?