Going somewhere? Going somewhere where you'll need a rugged navigation
system to get you there? Garmin's new Montana handheld offers just that,
and the company's calling it the most advanced of its kind. It offers a
rugged exterior, with multiple mounting and battery options,
dual-orientation and screen layout options and support for a wide range
of Garmin cartography. It has a barometric altimeter for elevation
profiling and ability to profile the route ahead using included
worldwide elevation model, and the included 3-axis compass gives it a
heading while standing still or not held level.
There's a 4" touch panel, a 5MP camera, sunlight-readable display, and
tons of extra features that are sure to be appreciated by argonauts. No
word on price just yet, but there's a video below to get you amped up.