'Perfect for those wanting to use it for fishing, hunting or camping'
'A well-priced, well-made geocaching device for neophytes and those on a budget'
'Upgraded to the Magellan eXplorist GC'
'Great GPS for caching.'
'even big screens can be difficult to read in direct sunlight.'
'rich features only a dedicated device'
'The Garmin Nuvi 1200 comes complete with a rechargeable battery which, when fully charged, will last for approximately four hours.'
'most versatile navigator'
'Hybrid interface (buttons and touchscreen) can be confusing.'
'The 3.5-inch screen is easy to view in daylight and has a sharpish resolution of 320x240.'
'elegant 3.5" touch-screen display'
'Through using route profile settings it is possible to set the Sony NV-U44 to avoid the use of ferries, toll roads, and other such conveyances when calculating your route.'
'What's Not Small screen.'
'good navigational experience'
'No lane or exit assist.'
'Small screen, no lane guidance, can't change default keyboard layout.'
'the Bluetooth hands-free option is ideal.'
'Expensive map updates.'
'this portable navigator is priced right and ultra-easy to use.'
'Rerouting on the nüvi 205 was strangely inconsistent: On one occasion, creating an updated route after a missed turn took six seconds, and another time it took well over 30 seconds.'
'The is available by tapping on the upcoming turn icon, and displays a detailed view of the next turn.'
'platform offering extremely high performance and sensitivity'
'The Nuvi 255W's feature set is rather limited.'
'Garmin is also releasing a new “HotFix” feature which will likely be similar to TomTom's QuickFix system of acquiring satellite signals faster.'
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