From: Robert Lipe <robertlipe@us...> - 2004-09-02 20:36:57
"Firehouse16" <Firehouse16@...> wrote:
> > What does "USB support" mean to you?
> I'm not sure I follow you here, it means I can use my 60CD with it, whe=
> the current S&T only has a COM connection.
There are lots of USB GPS-like devices. I was just trying to get you to=
more specific. I don't know what a 60CD is, but if it's a typo and you m=
"Garmin 60CS with a USB connection" I don't see anything in Microsoft's S=
2005 doc that implies that'll work with any edition of S&T. It should wo=
for NMEA tracking when a serial connection is used with all the limitatio=
that go with that. =
S&T 2005 supports the newfangled Microsoft GPS over USB.
If you're a Garmin user looking for laptop position tracking while you're=
the car, look at Garmin's new "nroute" stuff that optimizes your Mapsourc=
hookup for in-car travel. I think that'll support the Garmin USB models=