'Display isn't very easy to read on a sunny day'
'Bright touchscreen display'
'Well designed and logical navigation system'
'A well-priced, well-made geocaching device for neophytes and those on a budget'
'Upgraded to the Magellan eXplorist GC'
'Great GPS for caching.'
'A much better and richer GUI'
'Gorgeous maps, especially on high-res PDAs'
'Efficient, easy to use and reliable'
'Easy to use'
'Loaded with topographic maps'
'powerful, sharp-looking, and compact device'
'Plenty of features'
Street name announcement.'
'Clear voice instructions'
'No-hassle, free lifetime traffic detection and avoidance.'
'Waterproof, lightweight, self-contained'
'Great touch screen interface'
'The device's HotFix satellite prediction technology offers faster, more precise positioning.'
'sunlight readable screen'
'What's Not Small screen.'
'good navigational experience'
'No lane or exit assist.'
'Small screen, no lane guidance, can't change default keyboard layout.'
'rich features only a dedicated device'
'Cons: A very good GPS system right up to the points that it shuts down until it cooled off.'
'What's Not Map lacks detail.'
'responsive touch screen'
'Pros: Touch screen was nice.'
'As this is a thin and compact unit, it can easily be carried in the pocket or a purse.'
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