Fugawi X-Traverse Compatible with the iPad

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Software manufacturer Northport Systems Inc. announced that its Fugawi X-Traverse online map collection is now compatible with the iNavX Version 3 app for the Apple iPad. The new Fugawi X-Traverse functionality offers boaters and outdoor enthusiasts the power of a mobile color chartplotter at a fraction of the cost. Guaranteeing the most-up-to-date cartography available, Fugawi X-Traverse iPad support provides users with fast, high-detail chart viewing on the brilliant, 9.7-inch, 1024 x 748 pixel iPad screen, integral Global Positioning System (GPS) capabilities, and seamless multi-touch scrolling and zooming of chart detail. iNavX also provides support for AIS and NMEA instrument integration.

www.fugawi.com
www.x-traverse.com

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