AnywhereMap Pro WX - Running on an Asus eee pc T91MT tablet computer

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RAM Mounts holder designed for the LS800 will also hold the T91MT, although about 1/10 inch loose on the adjustable arm. This is part number RAM-HOL-MOT3U, which I have attached here to a RAM-B-101U universal arm and bases that swivel and pivot
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This mount holds the tablet firmly in 2 spots (upper left and right corners) and has an adjustable third tab (bottom)
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Both the tablet mount and the adjustable arm use the 'AMPS hole pattern'. This is a rectangluar pattern measuring 30 X 38 mm consisting of 4 holes into which screws can be placed. RAM adds several more holes, so that the bases can be installed virtually anywhere, or matched up with suction cup mounts, etc.
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Sample AWM Pro screen display in Portrait orientation. They can sure cram a lot of information into a 1024x600 display!
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Holes drilled on the yoke faceplate in standard AMPS configuration, with nutplates riveted onto the back side
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The RAM mount installed into the AMPS holes.
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T91MT tablet computer on the yoke, running Anywhere PRO WX. XM Weather antenna on glareshield just above the Attitude Indicator (artificial horizon), and Haicom 408BT 32-receiver Bluetooth GPS on glareshield just to the right of, and almost obscured by, the magnetic compass
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The tablet computer in the RAM mount with the adjustable arm extended. The round mounting base is bolted to the control yoke, which has the 4 standard AMPS configuration screw holes drilled into the flat plate in the center.
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Asus T91MT in direct sunlight next to ATC for comparison
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Sitting on the ground in the sun before cranking the engine. XM Weather box on carpet just behind the Johnson Bar, below the Throttle knob. It uses Bluetooth to talk to the tablet computer
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Sitting on the ground, engine running, terrain in red is warning me that I'm too close to the ground... duh!
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On downwind at 1,600 feet, the sun coming from the left, but the tablet computer is in the shade (note the sun on my arm and instrument panel)
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Turning base, 1,340 feet, the sun is from about the 11 o-clock position
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Turning base, 1,300 feet, the sun is from about the 11:30 position
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On the ground, terrain is in red. The low contrast makes it more difficult to see the screen in bright sunlight, such as is streaming in from the left window and covering the screen
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Worst case scenario: On the ground, terrain is in red. The low contrast makes it more difficult to see the screen in bright sunlight, such as is streaming in from the left window and covering the screen
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Here it is in flight on a very sunny and hot day, while climbing out of 6200 feet
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AnywhereMap in Night display mode, flying home at 6,500 feet south of the DFW Class B
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AWMProAsusTabletDemo.wmv 7.9MB May 31, 2010 7:44:15 PM GMT

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