GaugeBook displays Gauges of your FSX (with SP2 or Acceleration) and gives you control over a lot of Settings. Change Frequencies, QNH, etc with a few mouse clicks. It's still beta but the new G1000 is a blast. Runs smooth on any notebook.
- Features lots of steam gauges, some glass gauges (G1000, some 737)
- Hardware accelerated graphics (runs even smooth on Asus first EeePC)
- [not working atm - Full screen support (simply hit ALT+ENTER to toggle)]
- Easy to learn user interface
- Create your own gauges with XML or Java
- Press ESC to open the settings dialog
- Visit www.gaugebook.org for further info
the gauges are nice and actually look sweet on an old laptop I've tied into my network specifically for running simulator addons. Although hyped as being primarily for small "notebooks"(netbooks?) I can not help but think that this will grow beyond netbook accessibility, as I believe so does the programs author. For why market a program geared towards netbooks(or small notebooks) and include numpad shortcuts? "On the fly" doesn't mean looking for the "Fn" key. GaugeBook is still in Beta but it will be interesting to see where exactly it flies.