'Occasional lags in menu response.'
'Seamlessly connects to geocaching.com.'
'small screen size and font'
Street name announcement.'
'Garmin's well designed location screen also provides one-touch access to find nearby hospitals, police stations, and gas stations.'
'The widescreen is extremely clear, and you can see all the directions upon it quite easily.'
Lifetime traffic updates included
'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.'
'This is key - wait for the lips to appear green before you speak. .'
'nothing is labeled.'
'equally impressive performance'
Street name announcement
Voice command recognition.'
'Compared to other multi purpose GPS receivers on the market, it is midpriced at around $325..'
'decent size 2.7 inch'
'POI feature is very poor'
'complete door-to-door navigation with voice guidance.'
'The Magellan RoadMate 360 lacks some of the extra features offered in similarly priced systems, such as traffic services and Bluetooth.'
'the compass is a good thing to have if you are moving at a slow rate (i.e. hiking)'
'The Magellan RoadMate 300 comes with a built-in map of major European roads and motorways.'
'With Magellan's RoadMate 300, in-vehicle navigation has never been easier.'
'The waterproof unit has a rechargeable internal lithium-ion battery that provides up to 20 hours of use.'
'some of the tabbed menus are outside the visible screen area'
'The installation of Garmin's MapSource software was an obnoxious process, requiring a 25-character unlocking code for the maps, as well as a seven-character registration code.'
'The slightly pricey Garmin Quest 2 doesn't have a touch screen'
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