Not to be confused with recent announcement of the 650 & 750. The GNS 430 & GNS 530. A quick run down from their site -
The Flight1 Software GNS series gauges are nearly identical to their real-world counterparts.
- Smooth Framerate Performance - The GNS Avionics Series is a step above other avionics packages out there, in that it doesn't use FSX/P3D internal processes to hinder simulation performance. All avionics data structures, calculations, and processes are done on its own using external processes that are separate from FSX. This allows your simulation experience to run smoother and have minimal frame rate or VAS impact overall.
- Each GNS series gauge features a high-contrast color display that makes it easy to read and interpret pilot-critical information. Quickly and easily see your position realtive to ground features, navaids, flight plan routings, approach procedures and more.
- Built-in terrain and navigation databases provide a clear, concise picture of where you are and where you're heading.
- The navigation database contains location reference for airports, VORs, NDBs, Intersections, Special Use Airspace and more.
- A detailed basemap shows airports, cities, highways, railroads, rivers, lakes, coastlines, and more.
- Using information from the built-in terrain and U.S. obstacles databases, the GNS series gauges dispaly color coding to graphicaly aleart you when proximity conflicts loom ahead.
- Full WAAS Approach Support to fly LPV Glideslope Approaches
- Terrain Proximity Warnings and Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) alerting
- Easy-to-use GNS Series Gauge Configuration Utility
- Quick Access GNS Stack Gauge Controller
- Full COM/NAV Receiver Integration
- Pixel by Pixel Accuracy To Real World Avionics
- Nearly a full representation of the 430/530 avionics systems are included when comparing to real-world counterpart
- Plus Much More
- Product Note: The product does not include keyboard/joystick support for buttons/knobs. Crossfill/TCAD features will be available as a plug-in (for an additional cost) in the future.