'Cons: A very good GPS system right up to the points that it shuts down until it cooled off. '
'rich features only a dedicated device'
'enhanced pedestrian navigation features'
'It's also compatible with MSN® Direct (receiver purchase and subscription required).'
'Garmin Nuvi 1350 Ultra-Thin Satellite Navigator comes with Bluetooth compatibility that can be used to make and receive calls hands free.'
'Navigational- pedestrian mode allows you to navigate outside the car.'
'The Garmin nuvi 1350 is a midrange model in Garmin's nuvi 1000 series -- the one with the pedestrian feature that picks the best routes for walking and public transportation. '
'the navigational experience remains excellent.'
'It's also compatible with lifetime traffic alerts or MSN® Direct (receiver purchase required for either option).'
'high resolution touchscreen'
'The Garmin 740 is a multifunction display featuring a high resolution 7-inch display with a touchscreen user interface. '
'The Garmin Nuvi 660 offers an accurate GPS receiver'
'in my testing, I was able to get a strong signal even indoors.'
'a pretty good little product that offers top-notch navigation'
'It offers a great package of features'
'The display itself is bright and sharp with a 320x240 pixel resolution and features an antiglare coating.'
'The Nuvi 360 is a capable navigator'
'It features a 3.5-inch (diagonal) color screen that looks great even in bright sunlight, and it comes preloaded with North American maps.'
'The nuvi 360 is compatible with the GTM 10 FM TMC traffic receiver, which allows users to avoid traffic tie-ups by simply pushing a button that will calculate a new route.'
'it's a capable navigator.'
'bright and vivid 3.5” anti-glare color display'
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