Wed, Apr 14, 2010
Special Deals Announced On Purchases Made Before June 30
Garmin has chosen this week to announced several new products
and rebates. Along with bundled database pricing for the GPSMAP
495/496 and GPSMAP 695/696 and the SVX synthetic vision upgrade for
the G300 and G3X, Garmin is releasing Pilot My-Cast in the Android
market for smartphones running on the Android platform. Pilot
My-Cast is a premium mobile phone aviation weather, flight planning
and flight filing application exclusively for customers in the U.S.
and Canada. It is also available on popular phone models such as
BlackBerry, iPhone, and Windows Mobile.
The company is also showing off G600/G500 PC training software,
which is available at Garmin.com for free. The G600/G500 PC
software includes Synthetic Vision Technology (SVT) and
FliteCharts, and is designed to help customers gain familiarity
with their avionics before take-off.
Up to $6,000 in bonus purchase rebates are now available with
the purchase of a new G600, G500 and other avionics between now and
June 30th. Garmin is also making rebates available for the GTS 800,
820 and 850 traffic systems. Customers can save $750, $1000 and
$1250, respectively in the same time frame.
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