Review: Garmin Nuvi 350 GPS Review
Garmin launched the Garmin nuvi last year and broke into small handheld smart GPS devices that marked a bold move to add features that are not commonly found, targeting business travelers. With included MP3 player and the ability to play audiobooks downloaded from Audible.com, it may just help you pass the hours in the airport too.
In their Review of the Garmin Nuvi 350, Businessweek recently called it the Easiest, Smartest GPS yet in a review. They seemed to like it a lot for its GPS capabilities including its fast satellite fix times and its easy intuitive interface.
"It strikes a good balance by giving you plenty of warning of maneuvers without becoming a nag. Within seconds of your missing a scheduled turn, the voice announces that it is calculating a new route and quickly offers new instructions."
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Posted by Scott Martin at January 20, 2006 7:01 AM