Lowrance introduces three new Endura handheld GPS devices, including the Outback, Safari, and Sierra. All of them have a 2.7-inch touchscreen display and internal GPS+WAAS antenna. They all meet the Waterproof to IPX7 standard.
The Endura Outback, priced at $229, is an entry-level model that can view photos. The Safari adds a barometric altimeter and MP3, video playback capability and costs more at $385. Both of them support microSD cards up to 32GB and come preloaded with mapping content with detailed hill shading, topographic contours, primary and secondary roads and key POIs.
Lowrance’s Endura Sierra is the top-end model with a 3D electronic compass and barometric altimeter. The Sierra has premium outdoor content pre-installed, including Accuterra high-resolution topographic maps, extensive outdoor trails and POIs, as well as NAVTEQ road network for contiguous 48 states. It has 4GB internal memory and comes with integrated MP3, video, picture player.