New Product: AirGator Offers Improved Handheld EFB


AirGator announced the release of its improved NAVPad5 electronic flight bag. Its small form factor offers all of the functionality of the company’s full-size commercial EFBs in a handheld package. Features include a 4.8-inch sunlight-visible touchscreen, fast CPU, long battery life, Bluetooth and WiFi wireless, solid-state drive (with optional hard drive), top hat, optical pointing device, Windows XP OS and full keyboard. It’s an ideal moving map, XM Wx weather display and approach viewer, the company says.

The NAVPad5 can be run in either landscape or portrait mode and, weighing just 1 pound and measuring 6.7×3.25×1 inches, it fits in virtually any cockpit.

The NAVPad5 alone is $1000, as a NAVAir approaches viewer for $1250, or as a complete Bluetooth XM Wx and NAVAir EFB moving map navigation system for $2495.

For more information, visit Air Gator.

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Mary Bernard
Mary Bernard - The product of two parents with Lockheed Aerospace careers, Mary grew up with aviation, prompting her to pursue pilot training as an adult. Her father, a talented tool-and-die maker and planner, instilled in her an abiding interest in how things are built. For more than a decade, she has been a contributing writer and Managing Editor for KITPLANES®.


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