'I'm used to being able to search for restaurants or gas stations, for example, by distance from my current position, but the DeLorme software checks which direction I'm going and only gives me information about points of interest that I am moving toward – much more useful.'
'Better than average for daily travel.'
'superior signal acquisition'
'The chip is even capable (they say) of finding your location in hard-to-reach areas, like around skyscrapers, or in a black hole.'
'The Maestro 4250's points-of-interest database is a bit outdated,'
'new case design'
'Bluetooth compatibility was poor'
'The $400 Magellan Maestro 4250 and the $300 V7 Nav740 have much in common: slim, compact cases; bright, 4.3-inch color touch screens; detailed road maps for the United States; listings and locations for millions of services such as gas, lodgings, and (most crucial of all) coffee fill-up stations; and user interfaces that were fast and generally easy to use.'