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another livescope question #13290979 09/23/19 09:20 PM
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For those that have them , does your unit have touch screen ? If so , How important is that feature ?




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Re: another livescope question [Re: Mo] #13290988 09/23/19 09:28 PM
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I have the Garmin ECHOMAPā„¢ Plus 93sv. It has most of the features on the touch screen, and then you adjust a few of the features with the buttons on the side...so I'd call it a "hybrid" touch screen. Been a great unit overall.


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Re: another livescope question [Re: Duck_Jerky] #13291227 09/24/19 01:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Duck_Jerky
I have the Garmin ECHOMAPā„¢ Plus 93sv. It has most of the features on the touch screen, and then you adjust a few of the features with the buttons on the side...so I'd call it a "hybrid" touch screen. Been a great unit overall.


Ditto here. Agree with everything Brian said. Great user interface, both touch and physical controls.


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