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New Lakemaster Software is here

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Received this message this morning:

Dear LakeMaster Customer,

We are excited to announce the release of our LakeMaster \ Lowrance MMC Utility
Conversion product! The conversion program was developed for LakeMaster Lake Map
customers using Lowrance GPS units that use the MMC card reader interface. This
program ONLY functions with Lowrance GPS units. The utility program must be used
in conjunction with Lowrance MapCreate6, which can be purchased from Lowrance, or
use their free software GDM6, which can be downloaded from their HSOforum, or can be installed from the LakeMaster
Utility CD-ROM when purchased.

The LakeMaster MMC Utility program gives LakeMaster customers the ability to transfer
waypoint or route information to or from their MMC. The utility program is compatible
with the following Lowrance GPS units:

GlobalMap® 2400, GlobalMap® 3000MT, GlobalMap® 3200, GlobalMap® 4000M, GlobalMap® 5000C,
GlobalMap® 6000C, GlobalMap® 7000C, iFINDER® Series, LCX-104C, LCX-15 Series, LCX-16 Series,
LCX-18C, LCX-19C, LMS-240, LMS-320, and LMS-320DF

Please make sure you have a compatible GPS unit before placing your order. We wanted
to make sure we contacted our customers who have patiently waited for this product.

We are charging $15.00 + S/H ($3.00)+ Tax ($0.98 if in MN) = $18.98. This charge covers
the cost of CD-ROM production and packaging.


-End of Message-

This now means that I can transfer the waypoints from my computer to my LCX-15 unit via using the MMC care. Hence no more cramped fingers and hours spent manually entering waypoints into the unit. Still will have to pick up a MMC card with the lake maps on it in the future, but this is great!

LakeMaster Lake Maps
Sales \ CSR Department

[This message has been edited by Rick (edited 04-07-2003).]

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Custom Lake Maps on this site also can write to a file that can be put on the MMC cartridges to upload to any of the GPS that handle SD or MMC cards in case any of you are using these maps. Send a message to if you have any questions.

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