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Humminbird Contour Elite Software

Humminbird Contour Elite Software

Description

The Humminbird Contour Elite Software lets you access high-definition Humminbird LakeMaster lake data on your PC.

Features

  • Compatible With Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8
  • Bring Trip Planning Into The Information Age With Contour Elite
List Price
$149.95
Your Price
$131.30
In Stock

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Details

 This unique software lets you access high-definition Humminbird LakeMaster lake data on your PC. Advanced features combined with a user-friendly interface to let you search by fish species, by key fishing structures or design a custom search. Whether it's a fishing report, a friendly recommendation or your own experience, Contour Elite lets you quickly turn information into results.


Minimum PC Requirements:

  • 1 Ghz Pentium 4 or Athlon CPU (2 Ghz recommended)
  • 512 MB Ram (1024 MB Ram recommended)
  • 10 GB Free hard drive Windows XP or greater
  • DVD-ROM Drive



Please Note: Contour Elite is a COMPUTER PRODUCT only, CD's are not compatible with GPS units. Owners will only be able to view the maps using a compatible computer. Only the DIGITAL SD MAP CARDS are compatible with Humminbird fish finders.

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Humminbird Contour Elite Software 600022-3 Contour Elite Software, Minnesota, Version 5
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Humminbird Contour Elite - Western States - Version 2 600012-2 Contour Elite Software, Western States, Version 2
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Humminbird Contour Elite - Northeast States - Version 1 600046-1 Contour Elite Software, Northeast States, Version 1
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