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New Electronics from Miami

Sharpen Your Edge with These Finds That Debuted at the Miami Boat Show

July 15, 2013
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Simrad Insight Genesis Custom Charts

Simrad’s native charts already represented a strong system, and they quickly adopted Navionics as well. At last, they’ve adopted Jeppesen’s C-Map, one of the longest-running, most dependable brands in GPS mapping.
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Furuno Sonars with Accu-Fish Technology

Two stand-alone units, the FCV-587 (8.4″ screen; $1,695) and FCV-627 (5.7″ screen; $995) come with the same cool features and a new screen that’s brighter than their predecessors’. Both offer a 3,000-foot depth range.
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Garmin 8000/8500 Glass Helm

Garmin 8000 series units are 40 percent faster than the previous 7000 series, starting at $4,649.99.
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Standard Horizon CPN1010i and 700i

New enhancements to these chart plotters include Wi-Fi capability, which lets users browse the Web, collect and read e-mail, and stream video and music.
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ICOM IC-M400BB

It may be a black box VHF, but you can connect to either a black or white handset mounted up to 20 feet away on the supplied cable and noise-canceling technology reduces background noise in transmission by up to 90 percent.
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Bad Elf GPS Pro

Connect the Bad Elf GPS Pro to up to five smartphones or tablets to give real-time GPS data in partnership with GPS charting apps like Navionics or Jeppesen.
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FLIR MD Series Thermal Night Vision

FLIR’s new MD series forward-looking infrared imaging system now starts at an affordable $3,499.
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