The answer is a "theoretical" yes. However, you will need to get the maps in the correct file format. There were a couple of different models offered. If it's a Phillips Carin the disc drive is DVD. plus it uses some proprietary software to make it run. It also required a firmware update to handle more modern maps. I found that it was very slow to calculate alternative routing -like 45 seconds! compared with less than 5 seconds for my Mio digiwalker which cost the same as the updated mapset DVD for the Carin :shock: I removed the Carin for a future museum exhibit :lol:
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