Garmin announced the launch of the GPSMAP 67 series and eTrex SE handheld GPS devices, bringing three new devices with a maximum battery life of 1800 hours on a full charge and support for Multi-GNSS.
The GPSMAP 67 and GPSMAP 67i launched by Garmin this time support multi-band, which can improve positioning accuracy through multiple frequencies. These devices feature a 3-inch color display that is easy to read, even in outdoor situations.
Garmin GPSMAP 67
The two handheld GPS devices are powered by lithium-ion batteries with a runtime of 180 hours in standard conditions and 840 hours in expedition mode.
Both handheld GPS devices also come with preloaded TopoActive maps and satellite imagery, and premium maps are available with an Outdoor Maps+ subscription.
The main difference between the 67 and 67i is the two-way inReach technology offered by the latter, allowing users to connect with family and friends without cell service. The tool can also connect you to a Garmin response center in case of an emergency.
The entry-level eTrex SE has a smaller 2.2-inch display and is powered by two AA batteries that provide 168 hours in standard mode and 1,800 hours in adventure mode.
All gadgets can be paired with a variety of compatible smartphones through the Garmin Explore app for dynamic weather, Geocaching Live and smart notifications.
The prices of the three products are as follows:
Garmin GPSMAP 67 is priced at $499.99 (Currently about 3450 RMB)
Garmin GPSMAP 67i is priced at $599.99 (Currently about 4140 RMB)
The retail price of Garmin eTrex SE is 149.99 US dollars (currently about 1035 RMB)