Hema navigation unit

 Hi guys. Iam looking at buying a Hema 7  track navigation unit but been told that I could down load an AP for my iPad  for around $ 150. Plus I need a GPS type receiver for my IPad for when it's out of phone service range .

Can anyone recommend whether this is a better way to go and which GPS receiver unit I should purchase .


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 I use Hema maps on IPad

Fri, 2018-01-05 19:41

 I use Hema maps on IPad mini. The iPads that accept a SIM card have an in-built gps. The iPads that don't accept a SIM card, don't have an in-built gps. 

You don't need to have a SIM card in the iPad, as long as it will accept the sim. 

I have used my iPad with Hema along the Gibb River Road, Port Warrender, Oodandatta track without any dramas. 

 

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 Ozi explorer works really

Fri, 2018-01-05 22:41

 Ozi explorer works really well on a galaxy tablet. This is what I used on my last Kimberley trip.. 

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Don't waste your money on the

Sat, 2018-01-06 06:03

Don't waste your money on the hema 7. spend your buck on an ipad upgrade and download the app. much easier for viewing and plotting.

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I downloaded the HEMA app for

Sat, 2018-01-06 11:43

I downloaded the HEMA app for iPad and mine didn't have an inbuilt GPS so I bought a Garmin GLO Bluetooth GPS reciever. Works well.