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Old 10-16-2015, 02:36 PM   #1
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Rand McNally new RV TABLET 80

Well it sure took long enough!!! Just received an email from Rand McNally announcing their new RV TABLET 80.

Don
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RV Routing
  • Advanced lane guidance- Be prepared for what's ahead, whether you're approaching a turn or heading through a complicated intersection
  • Toll costs- View estimated toll costs and compare routes without tolls
  • Junction view with lane assist- Manage complex interchanges in 3D
  • Exits Quick View—Display amenities at upcoming exits
  • Warnings for speed limit changes, sharp curves, dirt roads, and other potential hazards
  • Trails—Record a “bread crumb” path from the campsite, or a favorite shortcut
  • Multi-stop trips
  • Route comparison—Choose between primary and alternate routes
  • "Am I close?" - Counts down addresses as you approach
  • Three map views- North up, heading up 3D
  • Includes Lifetime Maps1

RV Content
  • Millions of points of interest—Travel centers, RV service locations, parks, restaurants, banks, and more
  • Thousands of RV parks and campgrounds, including National and State Parks
  • Custom POIs—Flexible importing of additional POIs from websites, with customizable icons and text-to-speech descriptions as you drive
  • Trip content featuring images and videos
  • Rand McNally Editor’s Picks, including Best of the Road®adventures, trips, and getaways

RV Tools
  • RV checklists—Prepare for trip departure, campsite setup, or create your own list
  • Video input—For back-up or rear view cameras; compatible with a range of cameras for flexibility in display
  • Address Book—Sort by name, distance, or date added; create map icons and address book groups
  • Fuel log—Track fuel purchases and calculate fuel economy
  • Quick Planner—Calculate time, distance, and cost for trips between any two cities

Magnetic Mount
A powered magnetic mount holds the RV Tablet firmly in place when required and allows it to detach easily when needed, without removing the cord
  • Commercial-grade GPS antenna for greater location accuracy
  • Video-in port for blind spot or back-up cameras
  • Windshield mount with suction cup

TripMaker®
Create the ultimate American road trip with the included TripMaker® app.
  • Build and manage full itineraries
  • Find interesting places within a corridor along your route
  • Estimate fuels costs for planning purposes.
  • Make your trip one-of-a-kind with the “Things to Do” feature. Search categories like Arts & Music, Festivals, History & Heritage, Science & Tech
  • Export your trips to the RV GPS app on the tablet

Additional Information


SKU 0528013475 Product Details Specs
RV Tablet specifications:
  • Wi-Fi only (802.11a/b/g) (no cellular)
  • 8" IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen
  • Display: 1280 x 800
  • Android 4.4.2 (Kit Kat)
  • 16 GB onboard storage
  • 1 GB DDR3 RAM
  • Micro SD slot
  • Cortex A7 Quad Core processor, 1.5 GHz
  • 5 MP rear camera
  • Battery: 4000 mAh
  • Tablet: mini HDMI, micro USB, audio out
  • Mount: micro USB, video in
  • U.S. and Canada map coverage
  • One-year limited factory warranty

Dash cam:
  • Uses rear camera
  • Records in continuous loop
  • Background recording continues while using other apps
  • Records up to approximately 6 hrs. on internal storage (photo gallery), or up to available space on external storage (SD card or micro USB drive)
  • Segment option allows recording of any length from 1-150 min.
  • Two resolution options: High quality (1280 x 720, 5 MB/min.),Low quality (640 x 480, 4 MB/min.)
  • Optional audio recording

Box contents:
  • Rand McNally RV Tablet
  • Powered magenetic mount with commercial-grade GPS boost
  • Quick start guide
  • Anti-glare screen protector
  • Vehicle charger
  • Wall charger
  • USB cable
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Old 10-17-2015, 06:14 AM   #2
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Price tag = $499

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Old 10-17-2015, 07:37 AM   #3
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As with the earlier models after they hit camping world and other outlets, the price will drop... again a waiting game.
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Don when that happens you hear the salesman say "but its not the latest and greatest"
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Don when that happens you hear the salesman say "but its not the latest and greatest"
LOL
NAAAAA....

Seann, I still have my BETA player, EDSEL, Banjo Minnow and my Popeil Pocket Fisherman... not sure what you mean about the salesman (oppps salesperson) they seemed to know what they were talking about.. only kidding
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We got one of the RM units w/7" screens when they came out a while back, for an upgrade to our TomTom. Got it for a good price as a special or something. Not quite as up to date as the one listed, but still has a ton of those features, being able to input rig specifics, track fuel and expenses, plan trips and routes and all kinds of stuff. In reality, I put it to bed in storage after less than a year. Just got tired of it. The features are neat, but we just didn't see the need for it. Between truck's GPS and iPhone, I really don't need anything else. With most GPS's, you had better know at least 50% of your route, or it'll get you in a bind. Guess I consider them, just another gadget to play with.
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NAAAAA....

Seann, I still have my BETA player, EDSEL, Banjo Minnow and my Popeil Pocket Fisherman... not sure what you mean about the salesman (oppps salesperson) they seemed to know what they were talking about.. only kidding
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Don going by that you should still be using your PAPER maps..
I.m just having fun with you buddy..
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