Magellan Maestro 4250 GPS Receiver

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What does the 27% ReviewGist Score mean?

Magellan Maestro 4250 is a not recommended buy as per the ReviewGist score of 27%. This is because even though the Magellan Maestro 4250 has garnered good reviews from most reviewers, it might not come with the latest specifications as it is a relatively very old model.

  • Good ratings from over 25 review sources with an average rating of 3.5 stars. Top review sources include CNet.com(3.5 stars), GPSMagazine.com, Gpsreview.net and PCMag.com(4.0 stars).
  • Released 7 years 4 months ago (May 2007) which makes it one of the very old gps devices in the market.

Specs

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Key Features
Designation Automobile
Enhanced accuracy Touch Screen
Form Factor Fixed
Input Method Touch Screen, Voice Command
Map capabilities Internal
Receiver type 30 Channels
Screen Size 5.0 inch
User interface Keypad, Touch Screen
Display
Display Size 5 in.
Display Type color
Resolutions 480 x 272
Technical Features
Included Software/Maps USA Maps, Canada Maps, Puerto Rico
Special Features Address Book
Trip calculator Real-time Traffic Reports, Detour Feature, Points-of-Interest (POI)
Other Features
Antenna Built-in
Built in memory 2048.0 MB
Expansion Slot Type SD (Secure Digital) Card Slot
PC Interface Audio - Line Out (1/8" Mini)
Environmental Protection High Impact Plastic Alloy Body
GPS System
Enhanced position accuracy 0.0 feet
Battery
Battery Life 3.0 Hours
Battery Type and Quantity Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery
Warranty
Warranty 1.0 Year
Dimensions
Depth 0.7 in.
Height 3.25 in.
Weight 0.42 lb.
Width 4.88 in.
Miscellaneous
Family Line Magellan Maestro
MPN 9800019001
Product ID 48347689
UPC 63357118033
ReviewGist ID 17795,48347689
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Manufacturer Description

Automobile GPS, Fixed, WAAS enabled, EGNOS enabled , Battery Life: 3 Hours
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