garmin oregon


There’s talk over the internets that Garmin is about to release a new series of handheld GPS receivers called Garmin Oregon. The device is currently ‘out of stock’ at buy.com and does not have a picture so we don’t know what it looks like. We believe the Oregon series will slightly resemble the Colorado series but probably won’t have the touch wheel interface. It is also slightly smaller and accepts microSD cards. Here are the specs for Garmin Oregon 200:

  • High sensitivity GPS receiver
  • touchscreen interface
  • microSD card slot for optional mapping and data storage
  • Electronic compass, barometric altimeter, temperature sensor
  • Built in 3D Basemap /Digital Elevation Model
  • 3D elevation view
  • Wireless exchange of user routes, tracks, waypoints, geocaches and images
  • Unit dimensions: 4.5 in x 2.3 in x 1.4 in
  • Display size: 3 in color, touch screen
  • Pixels / H x W: 240 x 400
  • Waterproof standard: IEC 60529 IPX7
  • Battery type: two high capacity or lithium ion AA batteries
  • Weight: 6.8 oz with batteries
  • Part Number: 010-00697-00

This current model is listed for $420 and we’re sure Garmin will also announce other models from the series. In fact Amazon listed four other models briefly before they were taken down: Oregon 300, 400c, 400i and 400t and buy.com already lists Garmin Oregon 400C which is listed for $600… via

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  5. James Legg Says:

    i found more info on http://www8.garmin.com/uk/Oregon/


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