An easy-to-use and easy-to-understand interface
Excellent overall navigation
Easy to use interface
Lifetime map and traffic updates
Voice navigation works really well
Great display with responsive controls
Extensive junction view and lane assist coverage
Packed with useful features
POIs can be displayed on the map
Excellent free address and POI searching
'Pros: Touch screen was nice. '
'rich features only a dedicated device'
'As this is a thin and compact unit, it can easily be carried in the pocket or a purse. '
'The 4.3-inch display is easy to read even in the sunlight.'
'GPS performance is solid and re-routing times are in line with most other units.'
'one dynamic device'
'The Garmin Zumo 550 features a waterproof case and large buttons which make it easier for riders wearing gloves to access the buttons.'
'The Nuvi 255W's feature set is rather limited.'
'Garmin is also releasing a new “HotFix” feature which will likely be similar to TomTom's QuickFix system of acquiring satellite signals faster.'
'this portable navigator is priced right and ultra-easy to use.'
'The display itself is bright and sharp with a 320x240 pixel resolution and features an antiglare coating.'
'I'm happy to report that Garmin didn't cut corners by putting in a cheaper, more reflective screen.'
'It's quick to start up, and as with all kit equipped with the SirfStar III GPS chipset, quick to establish its position.'
'Acquisition time is horrible.'
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