I found this test this guy did the other day and thought I would share it here. It's a test of day and night views of several brand/models of GPS units. Thought it would make for a good discussion for those thinking of purchasing a different GPS unit
It's interesting how everyone looks for different features. I was talking to a friend the other day and what he liked best about his gps is the fact that he can stick it in his pocket. I am the exact opposite. I found with the smaller units, I was always hitting the wrong thing on the screen; especially when typing names. The 7500 has large buttons so I rarely get an error and the Qwerty keyboard dramatically speeds up the typing process. The other nice thing is that with a larger screen you can see the display with your peripheral vision. Most of the time I don't even look at it.
The online comparison of the displays was good. Having only had Garmin units I did not realize that some units suffer from poor contrast. That would be awful if you were driving into a sunset.
fletch really gets into the details of each brand/unit.
That would be awful if you were driving into a sunset.
We're all "driving into the sunset" in one way or another.
The site seems like an infomercial for Garmin.
The Garmin reviews are almost identical, just replace the model number. Wish they would review other brands.
The site seems like an infomercial for Garmin. :-)
Didn't you see the reviews of Magellan, Tom Toms, LG, Novogo & Pocket LOOX? or the comparison chart? or you just looked at the main page only?
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