|Accepts Data Cards||SD card slot|
|Dimensions||13.4"W x 8.9"H x 4.2"D|
|Display Size||10.4" diag.|
|For Use With||Networks multiple displays|
|Display Resolution||800 x 600|
|Functions||External GPS Antenna|
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Comments about GPSMAP 4210 Network Chartplotter with U.S. Coastal Detail Map, 10":
My beloved Garmin GPS MAP 2010 died and is "no longer supported" - translation - it is now an anchor. The 4210 functions as close as I can get to the 2010's and uses Bluecharts. (At my age habit and familiarity is important.) I have 2 boats, a 22' Whaler and a 30' Catalina sloop. I use the same GPS/Chartplotter unit and antenna mounted on a slab of teak plugged into matching weather tight receptacles and hold downs for both boats - console and pedistal. The old unit wiring was buried in the teak slab - Garmin's NEMA 2000, required for the 4210, not so much. I ended up with a bulky, and ugly, coil of excess cable and the "network" exposed above the teak. It was difficult to make it work. The system installation would be okay, probably even easy, if I were to make a permanent mount installation, like most folks do, and could hide the "network" and excess cable under the dash or in the cabin. The 4210 is much quicker than the 2010 and has some added goodies. Now that my system is set up the real concern is how long will the 4210, introduced 5 years ago, be "supported" by Garmin.
Service and delivery comments:
I ordered on a Thursday had the unit shipped to the nearest West Marine store 2nd day air and paid extra. Probably would not do that again - at least not over a weekend. It arrived Tuesday at 3:30. Package was fine.