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'Occasional lags in menu response.'
'Seamlessly connects to geocaching.com.'
'small screen size and font'
'most up-to-date street maps'
'features include a smart volume function where the volume automatically adjusts to your current speed'
'Location based services are extending this concept to detecting other personâ€™s willing to â€œshareâ€e their location information.'
'160-pixel backlit display'
'PC cable is difficult to attach.'
'The Magellan eXplorist 400 comes with a grayscale display which should be fine for many people.'
'The Magellan RoadMate 800 doesn't break any new ground in the design department.'
'The included windscreen mount is flimsy and does not make good contact with the glass, causing the unit to jiggle around as you drive.'
'high end device'
'having trouble with the mounting cradle not being stable and vibrating enough that the screen becomes unreadable, even on smooth roads'
'From the time you turn on the system until you receive your first clear voice prompts with turn instructions, you never doubt which choices to make, nor and that you will reach your destination.'
'Compared to other handheld GPS receivers on the market, it is expensive at around $440.'
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