'Occasional lags in menu response.'
'Seamlessly connects to geocaching.com.'
'small screen size and font'
Display is bright and clear, easy to read all the text on it
Excellent overall design, screen quality and navigation on the road
'built-in wireless data connection'
'Includes connected services.'
'very solid navigation device'
Street name announcement.'
'Garmin has given its interface a mild update, for a slightly cleaner appearance.'
'Lane guidance is available for most multi-lane roads and there's full-screen junction view graphics, complete with real-world photos, for motorway exits.'
'good color screen'
'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.'
'What's Not Small screen.'
'Small screen, no lane guidance, can't change default keyboard layout.'
'Pros: Touch screen was nice. '
'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.'
'The One 125 doesn't include text-to-speech functionality.'
'Navigation Navigating with the TomTom is easy, and continues to demonstrate its ability to get you to where you need to go in short order and with confidence.'
'The new EasyPort mount can be folded flat on the TomTom ONE 125 for easy transport or shifting it between cars, saving the need to purchase a second GPS mount.'
'The price is too high, especially without integrated Bluetooth..'
'new slim design'
'most accurate maps'
'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.'
'this portable navigator is priced right and ultra-easy to use.'
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