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An all-in-one portable EFB and TabletPC, the ChartBook-S offers flight planning and in-flight navigation capabilities, a great form factor, and an incredible outdoor viewable display – the ultimate EFB platform for today's busy pilot.

Manufacturer - FlightPrep
Model # - ChartBook-S
Submitted By - FlightPrep (Manufacturer, Retailer)
Country - United States
Category - Computers : Tablets : Tablet Pc

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Processor :   Intel Atom Processor N450 1.66GHz
Memory :   2GB 667MHz DDR2
Screen :   10.1-inch LED Capacitive Multi-Touch
Storage :   64GB Solid State Hard Drive
Network :   802.11b/g/n Dual Antenna Wi-Fi WLAN
Ports :   2 USB
Operating System :   Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (32 bit)
Battery :   4-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery
Warranty :   1 Year Parts and Labor Warranty


The Ultimate EFB
ChartBook-S is the ultimate EFB Platform for today's busy pilot. An all in one portable EFB, navigator, PC, and media tool that offers more features, a great form factor, and an awesome outdoor viewable display.

See the Whole Picture
The ChartBook-S has a 10.1" capacitive touch outdoor readable display that makes seeing your charts, plates, or 3D Highway in the Sky easy to read.

Dependable and Proven Industry Leader
Loaded with FlightPrep's ChartCase Professional software you have both a great and award winning flight planner and Aviation Consumer's Top Pick for EFB Systems two times running!

Finger Touch Simplicity with Maximum Utility
The system is ready to fly right out of the box and the InFlight mode is optimized for use with just your finger touch. We build the best systems, upgraded with the most demanded options. Then a pilot tests your ChartBook to ensure you can take it out of the box and start using it right away. ChartBook is easy to use and easy to learn, if you are using Golden Eagle software you already know how to plan a flight using ChartBook!

Meets FAA EFB Requirements
If you are flying part 91 (vast majority of GA and business operations) you can stop messing around with paper now and fly with electronic charts. Part 135 and 121 pilots may also be able to fly paperless after meeting certain FAA guidelines. Please feel free to call or email us for clarification and please review FAA AC 91-78.


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