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Old May 13th 05, 11:11 PM
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I have a complete Flightmaster Psion handheld computer with the
carrying case and the thermal printer with cables.

Pete McMaster used to support the database updates. Are they still
available?

I may be selling it on eBay. Any idea as to what it migh be worth? It
works perfectly, as far as I can tell.

Thanks,

RT

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Old May 15th 05, 12:26 AM
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S. wrote:


I did see an ad for some German software (maybe Euro plates only?), which
cost the equivalent of $1500, but it looked awesome. Fully interfaced with a
PDA. I've lost the damn URL.


Here's a good one, the one I use on my PDA. So good I sold my Garmin
handheld.


http://www.flynavgps.com/index2.shtml
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Old May 15th 05, 02:12 AM
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S. wrote:
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I may be selling it on eBay. Any idea as to what it migh be worth? It
works perfectly, as far as I can tell.


Flightmasters were really cool ten years ago when they were new. I don't
know if it's worth anything now. Does anybody know of a similarly good
IFR planner than runs on modern handhelds?



Purely out of curiosity (I'm not flying just yet !), I checked out the
viability of my cell phone / PDA. It has Bluetooth, so a suitable GPS
receiver (say, Leadtex Xtrac II), is all that is needed. Plus some
remarkably inexpensive software :-

Flightmaster is NOT a navigation device. It's a rather nice flight
planning software.
 




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