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Cobra Announces MC 600Ci and MC 600Cx

Nov
17
2005

Cobra announced the launch of two new marine GPS portable navigation units, the MC 600Ci and the MC 600Cx, signaling a new direction for Cobra’s marine line. The navigation devices, which will be available at marine retailers in early 2006, are being unveiled this week at the Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS).

“Cobra knows your vehicle — be it your car or your boat,” said Tony Mirabelli, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Cobra Electronics. “The growth of our marine category since its launch last year, combined with our experience in in-car portable navigation devices, made our transition from land to sea a natural one. We’ve taken our mobile navigation expertise and applied it to the chartplotters we’re announcing today.”

  • Cobra’s exclusive iASAP(TM) GPS technology, which provides fast GPS position locking and retention
  • A six-inch color screen with anti-reflective coating – the largest in class at the MC 600 series’ price point
  • Sunlight and NightWatch(TM) modes to ensure maximum visibility – whether navigating in the glaring midday sun or the darkest night
  • New C-MAP NT MAX(TM) NMEA award winning charts
  • Easy to operate with a user-friendly welcome page
  • Easy-to-use demo pages
  • In the MC 600Ci, an internal iASAP(TM) GPS antenna with a 12v DC accessory port adapter allowing for plug-and-navigate installation
  • In the MC 600Cx, an external antenna and flush mounting accessories

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