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#1: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumo™ 550

Posted on 2006-07-21 15:54:28 by curly

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Disclaimer I only give Garmin money, I don't get no money back.

The simple zu-mo 550 product page
<a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>

The zu-mo 550 fancy multi media page <a href="http://www.garmin.com/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/zumo/</a>

The press release link
<a href="http://www.garmin.com/pressroom/mobile/071906.html" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/pressroom/mobile/071906.html</a>

Full Press Release Text
Introducing the Garmin® zumo™: the Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation
July 19, 2006

OLATHE, Kan./July 19, 2006/PR Newswire — Garmin International Inc., a
unit of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), today announced the debut of zumo,
designed from the ground-up to exceed the demands of motorcyclists of
every stripe. The Garmin zumo debut coincided with National Ride to
Work Day and the unit will be unveiled this week at motorcycling’s
premier racing event, the MotoGP U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca
Raceway in Monterey, California.

With a glove-friendly design featuring left-handed controls and
oversized touchscreen buttons on a high-bright display, Bluetooth
“hands-free-to-helmet” wireless technology capability, and a rugged,
dependable locking mount, zumo is at home on virtually any motorcycle
or scooter.

“The Garmin zumo is designed by motorcyclists for motorcyclists, so it
naturally includes hardware and software features that make the device
stand out from any other navigator on the market,” said Gary Kelley,
Garmin’s vice president of marketing. “Garmin has long been known as
a pioneer in satellite navigation in aircraft, boats, cars, so we’re
proud to be able to offer a unit that stands up to the demands of
motorcyclists and a motorcycle’s demanding environment.”

Zumo boasts a 3.5-inch (diagonal) high-bright, sunlight readable
touchscreen display, encased in a waterproof (IEC 529 IPX-7 standards)
housing made of plastics that resist damage from fuel splashes and UV
light. In addition to the touchscreen, zumo has four dedicated
left-handed buttons for quick input. Zumo is equipped with a
high-sensitivity GPS receiver, which acquires and maintains a GPS
signal even in heavy foliage or “urban canyons” created by city
skyscrapers. The navigator also features solid state memory, which
mitigates the effects of vibration, shock, cold, heat – and displays
and redraws maps faster. Zumo is secured to the motorcycle with a
locking mount that has waterproof power and data cable connections and
is able to withstand the severe vibration environment commonly
experienced in motorcycle riding. A rechargeable user-removable
lithium-ion battery (three hour typical use) is integrated into zumo
for trip planning or use on foot.

Bluetooth capability makes it possible for riders to retrieve and dial
numbers using a supported phone’s contact list or from the phone’s
call history log. A user can also make calls from zumo’s huge points
of interest database that includes hotels, restaurants, stores, and
much more. In addition, the Bluetooth connectivity also gives
motorcyclists the ability to receive and place phone calls as well as
receive turn-by-turn voice prompts wirelessly to Bluetooth enabled
headsets or helmets. More than 200 Bluetooth phones are supported.

Zumo features a 10-thousand point tracklog, allowing users to record
even the longest of rides – and the included MapSource® DVD even lets
motorcyclists relive a memorable tour on their home computer through
the 3-D Google Earth interface. Riders can also plan upcoming trips
on their computer, and swap routes and waypoints with other zumo
owners via the unit’s SD card slot.

Users can also access zumo’s trip computer page for trip information
like speed, heading, and a customizable fuel gauge that allows users
to define their motorcycle’s maximum fuel range. When zumo calculates
that the motorcycle is low on fuel, it automatically reminds the rider
and suggests a route to a nearby gas station. Zumo even has a compass
page and accepts electronic topo maps -- making it the ultimate
off-road navigator. For those long trips, riders can stay entertained
with zumo’s built-in MP3 player.

Zumo comes pre-loaded with full North American data, and includes
millions of points of interest – places like hotels, restaurants, gas
stations, and attractions. Full and partial European map versions are
also available. Zumo gives turn-by-turn directions via multiple
language and gender voice guidance with spoken street names and either
3-D or 2-D maps. The map data is provided by NAVTEQ – a world leader
in premium-quality mapping. The device also allows customers to load
customized points of interest (POIs) such as safety cameras and school
zones, and zumo is compatible with Garmin’s Tour Guide™ – a free
utility that allows users to build and upload a database of POIs that
are encoded with photos and MP3 files. For added versatility, zumo
is also compatible with Garmin Travel Guides™, and SaversGuide.

Real-time traffic is an option through either an FM RDS-TMC (Traffic
Message Channel) traffic receiver or XM NavTraffic (U.S. only)
receiver. When the optional traffic service is activated, zumo
calculates routes that navigate around traffic. Accidents, road
construction, or other incidents affecting traffic are graphically
represented as icons on the navigation map. Information relating to a
traffic incident is also available including the precise location,
lanes affected, and the predicted duration. Customers selecting the
XM NavTraffic receiver can also access XM’s weather forecasts, current
conditions, and county warnings as well as over 170 channels of XM
Radio.

Riders can personalize zumo to match their particular bike’s color
scheme and attitude with custom caps. Silver and black caps come
standard with the unit, and others are available on the Garmin
website. Owners can also customize zumo’s opening splashscreen to
depict a one-of-a-kind photo with the help of the unit’s jpeg picture
viewer. And because even the most dedicated rider sometimes travels
by car, zumo comes with an automotive mount and speaker – making the
unit ideal for virtually any type of road trip. Zumo is also equipped
with Garmin Lock™, an anti-theft system that disables the unit until
the owner types in a specific 4-digit PIN or takes the unit to a
predetermined secure location.

Anyone attending the MotoGP U.S. Grand Prix this weekend can see zumo
firsthand at the Garmin booth (#77) at the Laguna Seca Raceway
infield, located between turns two and three. Visit
www.garmin.com/zumo for more information, configuration, and pricing –
and register for a chance to win your very own zumo.

Zumo comes with pre-loaded City Navigator NT® map data and companion
DVD-ROM, a motorcycle mount and mounting hardware with 12/24 volt
power cable, an automotive mount with 12v cigarette lighter power
cable, carrying case, logo stickers, AC charging cable, dashboard
adhesive disk, USB interface cable, owner’s manual on disc, and quick
reference guide. Zumo is expected to be available in October 2006.


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#2: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumo™ 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:01:11 by Chilly

CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home// &lt;<a href="mailto:curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net" target="_blank">curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net</a>&gt; sed:

&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>

Suggested Retail Price: $1076.91 U.S.D.

Yeeesh!

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#3: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumo™ 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:12:31 by SteveI

Chilly wrote:
&gt; CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home// &lt;<a href="mailto:curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net" target="_blank">curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net</a>&gt; sed:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>
&gt;
&gt; Suggested Retail Price: $1076.91 U.S.D.
&gt;
&gt; Yeeesh!
&gt;

Kinda reinforces the value of a good old fashioned paper map......

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#4: Hey Rich! Is this what you've been lookin' for?

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:24:09 by Dave Nichols

CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home// wrote:
&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>
&gt;
&gt; The zu-mo 550 fancy multi media page <a href="http://www.garmin.com/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/zumo/</a>
&gt;

I'd apologize for the subject change, but don't really feel like it. I
think this is the item Rich has been wishing for for a couple years now.

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helps if you have some kind of football team, or some nuclear weapons,
but at the very least you need a beer.&quot;
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#5: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumoT 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:43:47 by Marcus

&quot;CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home//&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net" target="_blank">curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net</a>&gt; wrote in
message news:<a href="mailto:g1m1c2hpf7lk3qb71agljb185pd6ocedrp&#64;4ax.com..." target="_blank">g1m1c2hpf7lk3qb71agljb185pd6ocedrp&#64;4ax.com...</a>
&gt;
&gt; OOOOOOoooooooo Shiny Buttons ... Neophilia, Yeah I got that ...
&gt; <a href="http://news.scotsman.com/scitech.cfm?id=1008372006" target="_blank">http://news.scotsman.com/scitech.cfm?id=1008372006</a>
&gt; <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neophilia" target="_blank">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neophilia</a>
&gt;
&gt; Disclaimer I only give Garmin money, I don't get no money back.
&gt;
&gt; The simple zu-mo 550 product page
&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>
&gt;
&gt; The zu-mo 550 fancy multi media page <a href="http://www.garmin.com/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/zumo/</a>
&gt;
&gt; The press release link
&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/pressroom/mobile/071906.html" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/pressroom/mobile/071906.html</a>
&gt;
&gt; Full Press Release Text
&gt; Introducing the Garmin® zumoT: the Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation
&gt; July 19, 2006
&gt;
&gt; OLATHE, Kan./July 19, 2006/PR Newswire - Garmin International Inc., a
&gt; unit of Garmin Ltd. (Nasdaq: GRMN), today announced the debut of zumo,
&gt; designed from the ground-up to exceed the demands of motorcyclists of
&gt; every stripe. The Garmin zumo debut coincided with National Ride to
&gt; Work Day and the unit will be unveiled this week at motorcycling's
&gt; premier racing event, the MotoGP U.S. Grand Prix at Laguna Seca
&gt; Raceway in Monterey, California.
&gt;
&gt; With a glove-friendly design featuring left-handed controls and
&gt; oversized touchscreen buttons on a high-bright display, Bluetooth
&gt; &quot;hands-free-to-helmet&quot; wireless technology capability, and a rugged,
&gt; dependable locking mount, zumo is at home on virtually any motorcycle
&gt; or scooter.
&gt;
&gt; &quot;The Garmin zumo is designed by motorcyclists for motorcyclists, so it
&gt; naturally includes hardware and software features that make the device
&gt; stand out from any other navigator on the market,&quot; said Gary Kelley,
&gt; Garmin's vice president of marketing. &quot;Garmin has long been known as
&gt; a pioneer in satellite navigation in aircraft, boats, cars, so we're
&gt; proud to be able to offer a unit that stands up to the demands of
&gt; motorcyclists and a motorcycle's demanding environment.&quot;
&gt;
&gt; Zumo boasts a 3.5-inch (diagonal) high-bright, sunlight readable
&gt; touchscreen display, encased in a waterproof (IEC 529 IPX-7 standards)
&gt; housing made of plastics that resist damage from fuel splashes and UV
&gt; light. In addition to the touchscreen, zumo has four dedicated
&gt; left-handed buttons for quick input. Zumo is equipped with a
&gt; high-sensitivity GPS receiver, which acquires and maintains a GPS
&gt; signal even in heavy foliage or &quot;urban canyons&quot; created by city
&gt; skyscrapers. The navigator also features solid state memory, which
&gt; mitigates the effects of vibration, shock, cold, heat - and displays
&gt; and redraws maps faster. Zumo is secured to the motorcycle with a
&gt; locking mount that has waterproof power and data cable connections and
&gt; is able to withstand the severe vibration environment commonly
&gt; experienced in motorcycle riding. A rechargeable user-removable
&gt; lithium-ion battery (three hour typical use) is integrated into zumo
&gt; for trip planning or use on foot.
&gt;
&gt; Bluetooth capability makes it possible for riders to retrieve and dial
&gt; numbers using a supported phone's contact list or from the phone's
&gt; call history log. A user can also make calls from zumo's huge points
&gt; of interest database that includes hotels, restaurants, stores, and
&gt; much more. In addition, the Bluetooth connectivity also gives
&gt; motorcyclists the ability to receive and place phone calls as well as
&gt; receive turn-by-turn voice prompts wirelessly to Bluetooth enabled
&gt; headsets or helmets. More than 200 Bluetooth phones are supported.
&gt;
&gt; Zumo features a 10-thousand point tracklog, allowing users to record
&gt; even the longest of rides - and the included MapSource® DVD even lets
&gt; motorcyclists relive a memorable tour on their home computer through
&gt; the 3-D Google Earth interface. Riders can also plan upcoming trips
&gt; on their computer, and swap routes and waypoints with other zumo
&gt; owners via the unit's SD card slot.
&gt;
&gt; Users can also access zumo's trip computer page for trip information
&gt; like speed, heading, and a customizable fuel gauge that allows users
&gt; to define their motorcycle's maximum fuel range. When zumo calculates
&gt; that the motorcycle is low on fuel, it automatically reminds the rider
&gt; and suggests a route to a nearby gas station. Zumo even has a compass
&gt; page and accepts electronic topo maps -- making it the ultimate
&gt; off-road navigator. For those long trips, riders can stay entertained
&gt; with zumo's built-in MP3 player.
&gt;
&gt; Zumo comes pre-loaded with full North American data, and includes
&gt; millions of points of interest - places like hotels, restaurants, gas
&gt; stations, and attractions. Full and partial European map versions are
&gt; also available. Zumo gives turn-by-turn directions via multiple
&gt; language and gender voice guidance with spoken street names and either
&gt; 3-D or 2-D maps. The map data is provided by NAVTEQ - a world leader
&gt; in premium-quality mapping. The device also allows customers to load
&gt; customized points of interest (POIs) such as safety cameras and school
&gt; zones, and zumo is compatible with Garmin's Tour GuideT - a free
&gt; utility that allows users to build and upload a database of POIs that
&gt; are encoded with photos and MP3 files. For added versatility, zumo
&gt; is also compatible with Garmin Travel GuidesT, and SaversGuide.
&gt;
&gt; Real-time traffic is an option through either an FM RDS-TMC (Traffic
&gt; Message Channel) traffic receiver or XM NavTraffic (U.S. only)
&gt; receiver. When the optional traffic service is activated, zumo
&gt; calculates routes that navigate around traffic. Accidents, road
&gt; construction, or other incidents affecting traffic are graphically
&gt; represented as icons on the navigation map. Information relating to a
&gt; traffic incident is also available including the precise location,
&gt; lanes affected, and the predicted duration. Customers selecting the
&gt; XM NavTraffic receiver can also access XM's weather forecasts, current
&gt; conditions, and county warnings as well as over 170 channels of XM
&gt; Radio.
&gt;
&gt; Riders can personalize zumo to match their particular bike's color
&gt; scheme and attitude with custom caps. Silver and black caps come
&gt; standard with the unit, and others are available on the Garmin
&gt; website. Owners can also customize zumo's opening splashscreen to
&gt; depict a one-of-a-kind photo with the help of the unit's jpeg picture
&gt; viewer. And because even the most dedicated rider sometimes travels
&gt; by car, zumo comes with an automotive mount and speaker - making the
&gt; unit ideal for virtually any type of road trip. Zumo is also equipped
&gt; with Garmin LockT, an anti-theft system that disables the unit until
&gt; the owner types in a specific 4-digit PIN or takes the unit to a
&gt; predetermined secure location.
&gt;
&gt; Anyone attending the MotoGP U.S. Grand Prix this weekend can see zumo
&gt; firsthand at the Garmin booth (#77) at the Laguna Seca Raceway
&gt; infield, located between turns two and three. Visit
&gt; www.garmin.com/zumo for more information, configuration, and pricing -
&gt; and register for a chance to win your very own zumo.
&gt;
&gt; Zumo comes with pre-loaded City Navigator NT® map data and companion
&gt; DVD-ROM, a motorcycle mount and mounting hardware with 12/24 volt
&gt; power cable, an automotive mount with 12v cigarette lighter power
&gt; cable, carrying case, logo stickers, AC charging cable, dashboard
&gt; adhesive disk, USB interface cable, owner's manual on disc, and quick
&gt; reference guide. Zumo is expected to be available in October 2006.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; --
&gt;
&gt; CurlyMan &quot;Chronically Late&quot; PH#15 SLOB#1 BS#264 DOF#(absolutely)
&gt; 100% Pure Evil With The Look And Feel Of Wholesome Goodness
&gt; Temporary member of everyday is Saturday club ... again.
&gt;
&gt; *Fuck Off to e-mail me.*

I like it. I wish I could get it now! Maybe I'll win the drawing for the new
one! :) Yeh right.

BC

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#6: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumo™ 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 01:53:15 by Jinks

On Fri, 21 Jul 2006 23:01:11 GMT, Chilly &lt;<a href="mailto:wjghouse&#64;nospam.yahoo.com" target="_blank">wjghouse&#64;nospam.yahoo.com</a>&gt;
wrote:

&gt;CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home// &lt;<a href="mailto:curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net" target="_blank">curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net</a>&gt; sed:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>
&gt;
&gt;Suggested Retail Price: $1076.91 U.S.D.
&gt;
&gt;Yeeesh!

Patients Grasshopper! The key word is &quot;suggested&quot;. Street
price will be better soon after they hit the market. Tom Tom's Rider
debut 'ed at $1000+. It's available at a little over $700 less than a
year into the market.

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#7: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumo™ 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 06:05:26 by bobcowan

AAA will give me a free map whenever I walk in and ask for one.

If you need this gizmo to keep yourself from getting lost on the roadways of
America, maybe you should consider group riding.

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#8: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumo™ 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 06:58:15 by SteveI

..boB wrote:
&gt; AAA will give me a free map whenever I walk in and ask for one.
&gt;
&gt; If you need this gizmo to keep yourself from getting lost on the
&gt; roadways of America, maybe you should consider group riding.
&gt;

You got a map that shows every gas station, restaurant, and
motel???? Will that map make a phone call for ya or let ya
listen to music????

Didn't think so.....

Why the hell would anyone need more than a pencil and a
piece of paper to send someone else a message anyway,
computers are frikkin useless......&lt;sfsf&gt;

I still prefer paper maps myself though.

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#9: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumoT 550

Posted on 2006-07-22 15:50:14 by dual45s

&quot;Chilly&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:wjghouse&#64;nospam.yahoo.com" target="_blank">wjghouse&#64;nospam.yahoo.com</a>&gt; wrote in message
news:<a href="mailto:Xns9807C126C98AEChillyspewage&#64;69.28.186.121..." target="_blank">Xns9807C126C98AEChillyspewage&#64;69.28.186.121...</a>
&gt; CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home// &lt;<a href="mailto:curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net" target="_blank">curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net</a>&gt; sed:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>
&gt;
&gt; Suggested Retail Price: $1076.91 U.S.D.

Shoot, that's only $119.00 shy of hiring a guide.

Maps are your friend.

Okay, I've thought about buying one of the small hand held models just for
the &quot;where the hell am I?&quot; factor. I have been known to follow a front
fender without regard to where it is leading me. A hand held unit might be
nice to get me back on track to where I thought I wanted to go. Of course
there are 4 destinations that I have made at least 3 attempts to get to that
remain unvisited so a hand held unit may not really do me much good. I'm
fine when riding with someone else but I do tend to wander a bit when I'm on
the road solo. A cheap plastic compass, a map, and a vague recollection of
some road I recently crossed has served so far so I keep waiting for GPS to
really get cheap.

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#10: Re: Re: Anyone see this "Ultimate in Motorcycle Navigation" gizmo from Garmin? The zumoT 5

Posted on 2006-07-23 00:52:31 by Jood

Nearly melting the keyboard from friction of those fast fingers,
&quot;Marcus&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:mkbaird&#64;sbcglobal.net" target="_blank">mkbaird&#64;sbcglobal.net</a>&gt; tapped in the following:

&gt;
&gt; &quot;CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home//&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net" target="_blank">curly&#64;banfamily.fuck.net</a>&gt; wrote in
&gt; message news:<a href="mailto:g1m1c2hpf7lk3qb71agljb185pd6ocedrp&#64;4ax.com..." target="_blank">g1m1c2hpf7lk3qb71agljb185pd6ocedrp&#64;4ax.com...</a>
&gt; &gt;
&lt;snipped over a hundred lines of quoted text&gt;
&gt; I like it. I wish I could get it now! Maybe I'll win the drawing for the new
&gt; one! :) Yeh right.

BC, Dude: snipping and summarizing is your friend. Quoting 150 lines
to add 1.5 lines is bad form.

just trying to help
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#11: Re: Hey Rich! Is this what you've been lookin' for?

Posted on 2006-07-23 02:46:40 by curly

On Fri, 21 Jul 2006 19:24:09 -0400, Dave Nichols
&lt;<a href="mailto:dmnichol&#64;comcast.net" target="_blank">dmnichol&#64;comcast.net</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt;CurlyMan Hoodlum© #15 //At Home// wrote:
&gt;&gt; <a href="http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/products/zumo/</a>
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; The zu-mo 550 fancy multi media page <a href="http://www.garmin.com/zumo/" target="_blank">http://www.garmin.com/zumo/</a>
&gt;&gt;
&gt;
&gt;I'd apologize for the subject change, but don't really feel like it. I
&gt;think this is the item Rich has been wishing for for a couple years now.

If Rich gets the message why should it bother anyone??

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