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SI-TEX NavStar 10 Hybrid Touchscreen MFD 10" Color Touchscreen w/Internal GPS Antenna

SI-TEX NavStar 10 Hybrid Touchscreen MFD 10" Color Touchscreen w/Internal GPS Antenna
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NavStar 10 Touchscreen MFD 10" Color Touchscreen with Internal GPS Antenna

The most advanced Multifunction Display (MFD) navigation systems ever from SI-TEX.  The NavStar Series MFDs combine advanced radar, sonar, GPS/chartplotter and entertainment functionality with the ease and versatility of hybrid touch-screen operation.  

The NavStar Series is the first SI-TEX MFD to offer the versatility of hybrid touch-screen operation, allowing navigators to access all of the unit’s advanced features via simple touch screen or traditional controls.   At the heart of each of these systems is a powerful Cortex A9 1.6GHz Quad Core processor for fast, seamless operation even when utilizing multiple functions simultaneously on the four-way split screen display.  NavStar’s versatility is further enhanced by its built-in Bluetooth connectivity and wireless LAN, providing fast Internet connection, automatic chart and software updating, and the ability for boaters to access the Worlwide Skymate Satellite Communications system.

Available with 10- and 12-inch displays and made to SI-TEX’s rugged, professional-grade standards, these systems will perform reliably on a wide variety of vessels.

Features:

  • 10" Color Touchscreen
  • GPS Chartplotter, Sonar, Radar System
  • TFT XGA LCD with Internal GPS Antenna
  • High-brightness, high-resolution TFT XGA LCD display
  • Operates with touch screen or traditional controls
  • Powerful Cortex A9 1.6GHz Quad Core processor
  • Four-way split-screen display
  • Dual radar image display
  • Enjoy video and music entertainment  
  • Wireless LAN for internet and automatic updating
  • Bluetooth connectivity
  • Easy flush mounting on any bridge, helm or console
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SI-TEX NavStar 10 Hybrid Touchscreen MFD 10" Color Touchscreen w/Internal GPS Antenna NAVSTAR 10 SITEX NAVSTAR 10 GPS CHART PLOTTER, SONAR, RADAR SYSTEM
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