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post #1 of 6 Old Apr 12th, 2006, 11:26 am Thread Starter
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512mb data card best price?

Dave anyojne else who has the best price on the 512 mb data Card for the spIII 2/376 series?

I found this who I have ordered from before 512 mb at 119.72 + 9.95 shipping

http://www.provantage.com/garmin-acc...es~110GRMA.htm

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I got mine from www.tvnav.com back before Garmin started shipping them.
The price was close to what you posted Tom.
TVNAV has them listed at $125.00 at the moment.

Thanks Dave, i don't think I wil beat that price

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I got mine from www.tvnav.com back before Garmin started shipping them.
The price was close to what you posted Tom.
TVNAV has them listed at $125.00 at the moment.

ahhh I just ordered a 512mb card, I almost order the 376c as well at 781.89

Almost!

So Dave, just how much per month does it cost for xm radio and the weather radar? and just how well does it work?

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I don't think the SP III takes the 512m card. This one is only for the 2/376 and the new 3/478 models. SP III maxes out with the 256mb card. BTW, I haven't seen anyone mention the new 3/478 models here. I think they are a better deal (when available) compared to the 376c as you would not have to worry about datacards in the US.
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I don't think the SP III takes the 512m card. This one is only for the 2/376 and the new 3/478 models. SP III maxes out with the 256mb card. BTW, I haven't seen anyone mention the new 3/478 models here. I think they are a better deal (when available) compared to the 376c as you would not have to worry about datacards in the US.

hmmm I thought it was software related, we'll see if not well I'll just have to buy a new gps 276c or one of the others, I looked at the new ones as well but couldn;t tell what made them better, i'll have to go look again

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I don't think the SP III takes the 512m card. This one is only for the 2/376 and the new 3/478 models. SP III maxes out with the 256mb card. BTW, I haven't seen anyone mention the new 3/478 models here. I think they are a better deal (when available) compared to the 376c as you would not have to worry about datacards in the US.
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