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Garmin’s all new Oregon 650t touchscreen handheld GPS device features high-sensitivity GPS + GLONASS, pre-loaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps, and worldwide basemap with shaded relief. Coming with a faster processor, the device allows users to zoom in, pan out, and rotate using multi-touch even with most gloves. It’s good choice for winter season. And just like a modern smartphone, the Oregon 650t is also equipped with an 8MP camera with autofocus, digital zoom and automatic flash/torch.
‚ÄúThe new Oregon series was re-designed to fit comfortably in a user‚Äôs palm and stylish enough to be mounted in a car,‚ÄĚ said Dan Bartel, Garmin‚Äôs vice president of worldwide sales. ‚ÄúOregon uses the sun‚Äôs light to produce a display that is twice as bright compared to the previous models and works with many types of gloves. With new customizable buttons, compatibility with Garmin‚Äôs robust maps and un-paralleled ruggedness, the Oregon becomes one of the most versatile outdoor GPS devices on the market.‚ÄĚ