Garmin GPSMAP 741

The GPSMAP 741 chartplotter has 60% more processing power than its previous generation for faster zooming and panning. It includes a 7” WVGA touchscreen with pinch-to-zoom display. The chartplotter has a built-in high-sensitivity 10 Hz Garmin GPS/GLONASS receiver that updates position and heading 10 times per second. This displays fluid vessel movement and dramatically improves your ability to accurately mark and quickly navigate to 5,000 waypoints. The GPSMAP 741 also includes full wireless connectivity, media integration, autopilot compatibility, radar support, N2K connectivity, and comes with both Garmin U.S. offshore and Garmin U.S. lakes cartography.

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60% more processing power than previous generation models
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10 Hz Garmin GPS leads to very fluid vessel movement on plotter
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Three mounting options: ball, flush and flat
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Pinch-to-zoom display
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Flat, mostly glass design leads to a sharp look when mounted
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Bottom menu and back button for better usability
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The “sx” model includes CHIRP fishfinder capabilities
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Meets NMEA 0183 standards
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No networking (e.g. radar, sounder etc...) on the 741sx model

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