So I could add maps to my GPS and manipulate paths, waypoints, and other cool stuff on my computer. But the installer is really stupid First, check out this picture. I'm being asked to choose from a list of exactly one.
Garmin has screwed up again no surprise. I never really had a prob with it. Only thing I would change would be the minumizing of the window before loading unit feature.
Garmin Nuvi T, a reasonably affordable, full-featured, ad-supported portable navigator from Garmin—possibly the last PND we'll ever review. The Verdict: Portable navigators are great, but they've reached equilibrium: Prices have never been better for the functionality you get, but if the T proves anything, it's that there's nowhere they can go from here. I hope you recognize that's not a complaint: Forget all those frilly features like voice command and Bluetooth, stuff that you love for a short while but I fully admit never use later on in the product's life.
The unit is designed to snap into a small suction cup mount and attach to your windshield. The NuVi continues Garmin's marketing plan of "Market Specialization" which means to position various models for specific functionality and leave out specific features of interest to a specific group of users. Lets see how the NuVi fits these requirements.
As the name implies, the Nuvi series is designed to set a new mark for the entry level Nuvi series. Here is what we think of the Nuviand where it fits into the bigger picture of auto GPS devices. The Nuvi is almost the exact same size as the Nuvi series.
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I bought a fully loaded because I wanted leather, I already own a Garmin W. Nonetheless I decided to give the prius nav a real chance, and I read the entire book and used it on a few trips. Wow, it really just sucks.