Fingertip Navigation, with Wireless

The NavNet TZtouch multifunction display from Furuno is packed with useful new features, including a Wi-Fi lash-up to smartphones and tablets. The touch-screen controls respond instantly to multi-gesture commands, while an improved RotoKey dial lets the user switch between touch-screen or twist-and-push modes.
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The NavNet TZtouch multifunction display from Furuno is packed with useful new features, including a Wi-Fi lash-up to smartphones and tablets. The touch-screen controls respond instantly to multi-gesture commands, while an improved RotoKey dial lets the user switch between touch-screen or twist-and-push modes. Both the 9in and 14in screens offer bright, crisp images that can be viewed through sunglasses.

They are also bonded to the cover plate, eliminating any voids that might cause fogging. MapMedia vector and raster charts come with the hardware. Cartography from NOAA, Navionics and Jeppesen can be added. TimeZero technology makes zooming and panning easy.

From $5,695. Furuno USA

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