Simrad NSO evo2 is a top-of-the-line set of touch-screen multifunction displays. The system incorporates dual processors that reside in a compact black box to harness a wide array of useful new features. The system can display both raster and vector charts, and the dual processor allows users to run two absolutely independent displays at once. Best of all, NSO evo2 shows no sign of bogging down when two operators are engaging in very different functions. For example, one screen might be set to real-time radar/plotter imaging with a full gamut of touch-screen options (or in heavy weather switched over to roto-dial commands), while another is using the second processor and display to research anchorage details or lay out a new route. NSO evo2 allows up to four displays to be networked; a Wi-Fi router will turn an iPad into a remote display and allow it to control most functions. NSO evo2 also makes radar, plotter, autopilot and sounder technology and onboard system management even more versatile. The only downside is the suggested retail price of $5,695 for the black box and $2,999 apiece for 16-inch MO-series monitors, which are also offered in 19- and 24-inch sizes.