Tuesday, May 14, 2013

TBM850! Are you ready?

FSX/P3D. If you could say it's the PMDG NGX that was responsible for many FS9ners to make the advance to FSX, you can say that this is the aircraft responsible for me pressing so hard into P3D. When Carenado showed the very first renders nearly a year ago, I knew what I had to do. I am so excited to finally have my favoriate prop driven aircraft in payware quality. Look forward to my "ADX FirstLook" and my impression soon after release which will be this week!








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22 comments:

Anonymous said...

4th screenshot is one of the most impressive FSX shot I've ever seen

Anonymous said...

Highly anticipated release for me as well!! I can't express it enough how bad I want this airplane.

Anonymous said...

Looks like release will be tomorrow!!! (Hopefully). The TBM is no longer on Carenado's "coming soon" page (does the happy dance). Only the Stationair.

DAndre Newman said...

I hope so!!! I am ready for departure!!!!

Todd said...

Is the G1000 suite just eye candy like the T182 or is it fully functional with the ability to update the Navdata?

DAndre Newman said...

Dunno but we will find out in our first look coming shortly.

Anonymous said...

Im most conserned about the FPS..

Anonymous said...

Well I use Paypal for all my transactions to buy add-ons as I don't have a credit card and unfortunately Carenado are still in the dark ages of e-commerce in not offering Paypal.

Simmarket and others only always get the aircraft weeks later :-(

Anonymous said...

Carenado are very backward for still not offering Paypal as a payment method!

This is why I refuse to buy any of their aircraft from them through any of the other online resellers.

Anonymous said...

Why P3D? I don't understand. What has this a/c with P3D? Currently P3D is FSX.
Those glass panels look awesome but on Carenado a/c they bring my NGX capable PC to it's knees. I'm not buying glass Carenado products anymore.

MrAngryBates said...

Some stuff to read while you wait - http://www.tbm850.com/IMG/pdf/PIM850GC.pdf

Anonymous said...

I totally agree. Any FSX developer not accepting Paypal for their own product through their own website has a screw loose!

Anonymous said...

I agree with the FPS theory, if this bird is similar to the SR22 they made and I bought which is beautiful by the way. The frames will lower. theirs no getting away from it with HD textures I pressume. Some one mentioned in another thread possibily of reducing textures sizes down. Not certain if that would be possible here for slower running machines. But if it is would make a nice idea for carenado maybe to do a texture swap out like A2A did on 1 of their birds and milviz with their F-15 to reduce the textures so load would not be so heavey. Could place it maybe as a pack in ther update section or something. Chices is always a great idea. Lov'n the bird though and for me i'll keep the HD textures.. Great work carenado

Anonymous said...

What? But if you buy it from, let's say, Simmarket you can pay with Paypal.

DAndre Newman said...

Well many of you will not be getting it as you cant pay with paypal. So within 24 hours of release ill have the first look posted so at least you will know how it performs long before you get it. Its my biggest concern too...

Anonymous said...

If you guys have any contact with Carenado, it would be great if you could kindly pass on our utter discontent and frustration at them not accepting Paypal!

Anonymous said...

that would be something yeah....since they don't really bother reading their avsim forum anymore it seems

its a shame that they have to be that backwards about payment options it kept me from buying a lot of their stuff

Shy boy said...

Carenado is a Chilean companies and most companies in South America have many difficulties withdrawing funds from PayPal.
They've recently begun making it easier for companies in South America to get their money from PayPal, but it is still a long process.
Give it some time until the banks makes it easier for them.

Shy boy said...

Read my previous comment:
Carenado is a Chilean company and most companies in South America have many difficulties withdrawing funds from PayPal.
They've recently begun making it easier for companies in South America to get their money from PayPal, but it is still a long process.
Give it some time until the banks makes it easier for them. They started on Alabeo to see if it would be possible to get the money from PayPal, so if it works out they will have PayPal in Carenado soon.

Anonymous said...

https://www.paypal.com/worldwide/ says this about Chile:

Send. Receive. Withdraw to a U.S. Bank Account, a card, or via a Check.
Send and receive payments in these countries. Withdraw from your PayPal account to a U.S. bank account or request a check from PayPal. In addition, withdraw to a credit or debit card in countries marked with a ().

All they need is a credit or debit card that is associated with their company, it's not rocket science!

And if Alabeo can accept Paypal, there is no reason they cannot, it's all one company!

So as far as I'm concerned, it's just pathetic that they don't accept Paypal!

Shy boy said...

You said it yourself:
"Withdraw from your PayPal account to a U.S. bank account or request a check from PayPal."

If Carenado has to pay its workers it is very expensive to do it from a US bank account to a Chilean one. Until they make it easier to transfer the money to Banks outside the US and sending checks is not so expensive.

Like I said, when PayPal makes it easier for South American countries to get their money, Carenado will have PayPal in their site.

Anonymous said...

ok guys it´s out now have a look at there official page http://www.carenado.com/CarSite/Portal/index.php?accion=product&correl=85

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