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141. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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142. MapSend BlueNav XL Chart - Lake
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143. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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144. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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145. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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148. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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149. Magellan GPS Companion Springboard
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150. Magellan SporTrak Color Bundle
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151. Navman Navigation iCN 630 Vehicle
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152. Magellan 330M Marine GPS
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153. Magellan SporTrak Color GPS
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154. Magellan 750M Plus (12 Channel,
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155. Magellan Meridian GPS Receiver
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156. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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157. Magellan RoadMate 760 Portable
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158. Magellan GPS Companion for the
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159. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart -
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160. MapSend BlueNav XL Chart - Lake

141. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - Lake Michigan South
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Asin: B0000A0VEN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
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The Local version of the MapSend charts covers highly detailed geographic areas. This marine navigation chart will help you maximize the navigation capabilities of your Magellan GPS receiver. The chart will work with the following units: Magellan Meridian Gold, Marine, Platinum and Color, Magellan FX324 MAP and FX324 MAP Color, or Magellan SporTrak Pro (CD-ROM only), SporTrak Pro Marine and SporTrak Color. Magellan has made it easy to download the chart into your GPS using a preprogrammed Secure Digital (SD) memory card. Derived from Navionics GoldTM charts, the chart offers a complete range of detailed marine cartography for your GPS. MapSend includes information on marine currents, tides, port services and much more.

What's in the Box
Preloaded 32MB or 64MB SD memory care and plastic case. ... Read more

Features

  • Detailed marine cartography
  • Available on SD memory card
  • Derived from Navionics Gold charts
  • Information on marine currents, tides, ports, etc
  • Use on Magellan GPS units

142. MapSend BlueNav XL Chart - Lake Huron
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Asin: B0000A0VCT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
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Features

  • Detailed marine cartography
  • Available on SD memory card
  • Derived from Navionics Gold charts
  • Information on marine currents, tides, ports, etc
  • Use on Magellan GPS units

143. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - OTTAWA RIVER WEST
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Asin: B00009XFO8
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144. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - CAPE FEAR
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Asin: B0000A0VDG
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145. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - SAN FRANCISCO
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146. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - LAGUNA MADRE
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147. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - LAKE HURON SOUTH
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148. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - SAN JUAN ISLANDS
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149. Magellan GPS Companion Springboard Module for Handspring Visor
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Asin: B00005AC7L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 13072
Average Customer Review: 3.46 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 12-channel GPS receiver slides into Visor's Springboard expansion slot
  • Compatible with all Handspring Visor handhelds
  • Provides navigation information and detailed street maps of the entire United States
  • Up to 10 hours of battery life--doesn't drain Visor battery power
  • Includes Map Companion CD-ROM containing Map Companion and Nav Companion software

Reviews (52)

5-0 out of 5 stars Much Better than Nexian - Great Product
I bought the Nexian Handy GPS as a Christmas gift. It was an embarassing dud. It failed to lock to any satellite. The manual did not provide help. I then went to the web site for Nexian. It was down... for 3 days during Christmas.

I tried suggestions provided by Amazon users. That failed. I asked the recipient of my gift to go ahead and take their trip and see if it was just a location issue. No, it failed to work at any point in a 1200 mile journey. I returned it and bought this Magellan.

It gets 5 *'s. First, it worked. Second, it has so many utilities to let you know how many satellites it sync'd with, their individual signal strengths, their constellation. Not sure whether they have a help desk, but their web site was up whenever I needed it.

If you're comparison shopping, this one beats the competition in both functionality and (in my experience) reliability.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful, Useful, and A Fun Techtoy
I purchased the Magellan GPS Companion and I was wowed from the start. It shows your position on the included map software (includes maps broken down by state, county, and city) and can calculate your current speed, direction, position, ETA, and other useful travel info. I'll never get lost again!

A few downsides, but nothing earthshattering: the included maps are based on 1998 data. Maps based on 2000 data are available from Marcosoft for an additional $20. Also, the GPS can't lock on to the sattelite signals if you're indoors near a lot of computer equipment (such as at my office).

Overall I'd recommend this device to anyone looking for a basic, top-of-the-line GPS plugin for your Visor. You'll always know where you're going when you've got a Magellan GPS Companion!

4-0 out of 5 stars get updates from magellan website for map display, etc.
do NOT use firmware update - it trashed my GPS and I had to hassle an exchange.

So, DON'T load ANYTHING from the CD included EXCEPT MAPS - and do THAT after you load all the updates from the MFG website, EXCEPT DO NOT use the update labeled "gps updater" that they tell you to download to the unit - delete it - do not run it.

You will be VERY happy with the new software for GPS and MAPS.

The unit is fantastic

4-0 out of 5 stars Magellan GPS for Visor
The Magellan GPS for the Visor works like a champ and I'm very pleased with it. The navigation program that comes with it however, is not very good in details and accuracy. Using it, it gives you the impression that you are off the street you are on. I first thought it was the GPS receiver's fault but it turns out it's the map's fault. I now use the Mapopolis program and the GPS position is spot on with Mapopolis map.

It should be noted that due to the Visor limitation, there's no program I know of that would gives you voice prompt. Without prompts, the utility of using this device for navigation is not that good. The screen is too small to use the Visor as the sole navigator. I find that you still need a paper map. None of this is the magellan GPS fault. In itself, it works great!

1-0 out of 5 stars You can do a lot better
I recently had a chance to test this unit "in the wild" when I spent a week hiking in Yosemite Valley, doing extended hikes each day. In a nutshell, this unit gets a thumbs down. Although it behaved reasonably well on my first hike I found the following problems towards the end of that hike and on most subsequent hikes:

It frequently lost it's fix on the satellites. It could take anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes to re-establish a connection.

Several times on each hike, it powered down my Visor with no indication that it had done so. I'd take the unit out to look at how my tracklog was going only to find it had missed a big chunk of it.

After one of these powerdowns, when I turned the unit back on, it typically took a VERY long time to relink to the satellites...10-15 minutes was not uncommon and, in one case, I gave up and just packed the unit away after an hour of waiting.

Some of the software is pretty cool in concept but very buggy in execution. On my first hike, I recorded Waypoints at every significant point of interest on the hike. At the end of my 6.5 mile hike, I told the unit to convert the tracklog to a Route. It auto-generated a ton of it's own waypoints (understandable given that this was a very twisty, windy route) but it didn't use any of the ones I had recorded and, when it was done, it told me that the 6.5 mile route was now 19.5 miles long!

... this unit here says he got up to 8 hours on a set of batteries. While that's nominally about right based on my experience, I also found that if the batteries were used for more than about 3 or 4 hours, there was a very noticeable decrease in the unit's ability to keep a fix on the satellites.

My impression of this unit went from "REALLY COOL" upon first powering it up to "I WANT MY MONEY BACK" within the first couple of times I used it. ...

A final thought to consider...the Springboard concept is cool but do you really need your Visor to do everything? Certain specialized tasks are just better done by a dedicated unit ... Read more


150. Magellan SporTrak Color Bundle with Magellan SporTrak Color GPS, MapSend Topo CD-ROM and Case
list price: $549.99
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Asin: B0000C7G9D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 23495
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Amazon exclusive bundle features:

Magellan SporTrak Color Navigate through all your outdoor adventures in vibrant color with the Magellan SporTrak Color. The SporTrak Color provides superior tracking and accuracy, showing your position to within 3 meters, even in difficult environments such as cities or mountains. Featuring an impressive 10 MB North American or 11 MB European, built-in mapping database, SporTrak Color puts rich color maps at your fingertips. The large, high contrast, full color 240 x 160 pixel display enables you to easily find your location, heading and route. An additional 22 MB for North America or 21 MB for Europe of memory enables you to expand your mapping capabilities by uploading detailed maps from optional Magellan MapSend software products. A clear advantage over the competition, SporTrak Color also offers a built-in barometer, giving you an advance on the weather and an innovative 3-axis compass for superior navigational accuracy no matter how you hold it. Built tough, SporTrak Color is waterproof and rugged enough to go with you on any adventure.

Magellan Mapsend Streets TOPO CD-Rom Maximize the potential of your Magellan GPS receiver. The MapSend Topo for the United States CD-ROM provides the capability to download highly detailed maps into your Meridian and MAP 330 family of products. These are detailed topographic maps including trails, streets, rivers, lakes, coastlines, and recreational points of interest for the entire United States. Customize the map sizes and regions to your needs.

Create waypoints and routes and then download them directly into your Meridian or MAP 330 for use in the field or save them to your PC. Download your tracks from your GPS handheld to view on MapSend. Use the search function to easily find elevations, trails, street addresses, cities, lakes and waterways, parks, airports, campgrounds, geysers, waterfalls, towers, caves, mines, summits, dams, bridges, and more.

The MapSend Topo for the United States CD-ROM is compatible with Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0 or later. You will also need PC cable for both the Meridian series and the MAP 330 series.

Magellan Carrying Case

  • SporTrak Belt Clip Carrying Case secures to your belt
  • Durable clear vinyl window
  • Reinforced opening allows easy access to battery panel
  • Made from water resistant neoprene
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Features

  • SporTrak Color provides superior tracking and accuracy, showing your position to within 3 meters, even in difficult environments such as cities or mountains.
  • SporTrak Color features an impressive 10 MB North American built-in mapping database that puts rich color maps at your fingertips.
  • The large, high contrast, full color 240 x 160 pixel display enables you to easily find your location, heading and route.
  • An additional 22 MB of free memory enables you to expand your mapping capabilities by uploading detailed maps from optional Magellan MapSend software products.
  • Exclusive Amazon.com bundle includes software and carry case

151. Navman Navigation iCN 630 Vehicle GPS Navigation System
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00008KRGV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Navman
Sales Rank: 2997
Average Customer Review: 3.64 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether driving across country, around town or anything in between, the Navman iCN 630 12-channel GPS receiver includes everything you need for a complete street navigation solution. It features Navtech map data--found in 100% of North America's in-car vehicle systems--and Navman's powerful street mapping software. It includes a windshield/dashboard mounting bracket and vehicle power adapter.

The iCN 630 gives you precise, vocal turn-by-turn instructions throughout your journey. It indicates which lane to get into when approaching difficult intersections, such as motorway entrances and large roundabouts.

Other features include:

  • Variable map and navigation screens allow you to choose your preferred navigation screen, including Map Display only or Map and Navigation Instructions.
  • Navigate by an address to a door, a street name, an intersection, or to a point of interest selected from the integrated map database.
  • Automatic calculation of any route brings you Back-On-Track fast if you take the wrong turn.
  • Automatic zooming occurs when driving with overlay arrows showing the exact turn to take when you approach an intersection.
  • Edit the Destination menu to navigate to your Home, Office, Hotel, Restaurant etc. without having to enter the same details over and over again.
  • Two-inch advanced TFT color display with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution; large 2-inch speaker for vocal instructions.
The iCN 630 has 64 MB of internal memory available for storing maps, and is also compatible with Secure Digital (SD) and MultiMedia (MMC) memory cards for additional map storage.

What's in the Box
This package contains the ICN 630 GPS receiver, two CD-ROMs (with In-Car Digital Navigation Software and detailed street maps), vehicle windshield and dashboard mounting bracket, 12/24 V vehicle power cable, USB cable, protective carrying case, and quick start guide. ... Read more

Features

  • 12-channel GPS receiver for car navigation
  • Precise, vocal turn-by-turn instructions
  • Two-inch advanced TFT color display with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution
  • Map storage: 64 MB of internal memory, compatible with SD and MMC memory cards
  • Includes a windshield/dashboard mounting bracket and vehicle power adapter

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars The new Gold Standard for vehicle GPS systems
I have used several GPS systems in the past; Deloreme Street Atlas 2003 on my laptop with their Earthmate ,and the Garmin GPS III.

The Navman ICN 630 is far and away superior to all of the above. It is more accurate then the Delorme.

The screen is like the screen on a laptop computer. It is bright and easy to read. It is very easy to operate the unit. The accuracy is excellent. Regardless of zoom level I am always on the road. The 2 inch speaker provides clear verbal directions. Verbal directions are provided early and often.

I would recommend a 256MB SD Card. Each region is between 30 and 50MB. You can load two regions in the base memory of 64MB.

Software installation is smooth. All updates and map loads are performed via USB. Map uploads can take 15 minutes per region (no big deal). The software is bullet proof, you can do other tasks while performing map uploades.

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5-0 out of 5 stars Can't Beat It For The Price!
I cross shopped Garmin and Magellan units before buying the Navman, and I think I made the right decision. You can't get more for your money!

The unit works very well. Sure, it's a bit slow to enter your destination if it's not stored in one of the 100 shortcuts (a nice feature!), the voice is a bit low if your radio is on, the maps are slow to get you 'back-on-track' if you decide to go in a different direction (to get around traffic hotspots or avoid contruction), small internal memory that necessitates you having to buy a 256 mb SD card to store your maps, and the system is a bit slow to boot up.

But the Navman has a LOT going for it!
1) price!
2) a great screen that works in all kinds of light
3) small siz & portability
4) a windshield mount that lets you place it directly in your line of sight so you don't have to take your eyes off the road
5) excellent accuracy, considering the small small built-in antenna
6) the overall coolness factor of a small, portable, afforable GPS unit that works!

I recommend it without hesitation to those that need an afforable GPS system that is easy to use, easy to install (and won't leave any marks in your leased car!!), and one that works really well!

4-0 out of 5 stars Gets you where your going without the worry
I got the Navman iCN 630 after trying the Delphi Mobile Navigation system, as these units are based on the same hardware and similar (but not identical) software. The screen is sharp and easy to read, while the voice instructions are loud enough to be heard in a car traveling at highway speeds with the radio on.

I considered the Garmin 2610 and the Magellan Roadamte 500, but I went with the Navman because the Garmin doesn't have 3D views (which I find very useful for a quick visual of where you're heading) and the Magellan seems to have a host of quality control problems (see the forums at www.gpspassion.com).

Benefits of the Navman vs. the Delphi include:
(1) Navman bundles USA and Canada maps with the unit, while Delphi only provides the USA maps.
(2) Navman has released a couple of service packs to improve the display and the routing algorithms, and these service packs are NOT compatible with the Delphi GPS.

Be aware that the Amazon information is pretty outdated. The new Navman units ship with 4 CD-ROMs containing the software and Tele-Atlas maps, not Navteq maps. I've found the Tele-Atlas data to be pretty good in my area, but you'll have to make that determination for yourself.

Also, Navman just announced that it will be coming out with the iCN 635 in a few months, and that unit will include a remote control and more base memory (128 mb vs. 64 mb). If those features are important to you, then you may want to wait.

4-0 out of 5 stars I'll never get lost again..
This is my first ever purchase of a GPS. I just love it.. I feel like I've got a car for the first time.. I just feel so independant now that I can feel comfortable in going into unknown areas knowing that I won't get lost (i'm just not good at directions or my sense of direction !!).
The instructions it gives you can take a little getting used to. For example, on a roundabout it might say 'take the 4th exit' and you have to be in the right lane beforehand. Also in the roundabout it will say 'exit left' when the exit is approaching. Due to the GPS not being 100% accurate (which is expected) that can be a little confusing. However, should you ever take a wrong turn you won't actually be lost and it quickly adjusts the route and gets you back on track. It gives plenty of warning for upcoming turns, however it can be hard sometimes trying to judge say 200m. I've sometimes taken a wrong turn due to this- but it's really no big deal. As I said, if you want a device to enable you to always know where you are and never be lost- this is it. Personally, I think the imporvement in the quality of my life and mobility is worth the cost of this nifty little gadget.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love the Navman
This is my first GPS and I love it. It does exactly what I wanted and even if I miss the turning it very quickly corrects the route. The voice is very clear and if you happen to be talking it reminds you when you reach the turning. The screen is very easy to read. The information I received from my initial enquiries to Navman were answered immediately. I had one query after purchase and that again was answered straight away. It is my best mate now - I will never get lost again!!!!
Jeannie (Australia) ... Read more


152. Magellan 330M Marine GPS
list price: $269.99
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Asin: B000059ZZF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 22576
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Magellan's Map 330M GPS receiver provides a fix on your position whether you're on land or at sea. The marine version of Magellan's powerful Map 330 unit offers preloaded locations of waterways, lakes, and water obstructions in addition to all the maps and tools of the Map 330. The Map 330M ships with the MapSend Streets CD-ROM, letting you bolster the skeletal highways and city information by uploading detailed maps from your PC.

Even though it uses a serial port connection, we were able to upload a 200 KB map of the greater Las Vegas area to the Map 330M in about 10 seconds. Once the detailed map was uploaded, the Map 330M automatically took advantage of the sharper image, adding streets and roads to the display for local navigation.

Around San Francisco Bay, the Map 330M displayed marine details as well, including local marinas, floating buoys, and boating areas. To really put the Map 330M to the test, we took it on a weeklong road trip to see how well it worked as a map replacement. A major advantage of having a GPS receiver out on the road is knowing exactly where you are on the highway--no more wondering if you've missed an exit or waiting for a sign to tell you how far it is to the next town.

Although sparse when zoomed in to a view of 250 or 100 feet, the already loaded maps on the Map 330M contained all the highways and roads we took, as well as stopping points of note--monuments, state and national parks, and even the big ol' meteor crater out in the middle of Arizona. After uploading more detailed maps (the device stores 8 MB), we were better suited for in-town driving.

The Map 330M also holds waypoints, letting you select a city and then keeping you posted on how far away it is (as the crow flies or as the car drives if you enter the legs) and roughly how long it will take to get there at your current speed (after customizing this setting). In addition to speed, the Map 330M provides your altitude, heading, bearing (on a waypoint if set), and a directional display.

If you'll be using the Map 330M for extended periods of time--especially if you've got the bright, but draining, backlight turned on--you might consider picking up the adapter that lets you plug it into your car or boat's cigarette lighter. Using two AAs, the batteries ran out after a full day's drive. The Map 330M won't allow you to toss out your paper maps, but when it's used to complement them, you'll be assured of never having to stop and ask directions again. --J. Curtis

Pros:

  • Sharp map screen
  • Compact, easy-to-use
  • Bright backlight

Cons:

  • Batteries drain quickly
  • Can take up to a minute for a cold fix
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Features

  • Rugged, floatable 12-channel GPS receiver for navigating on land or water
  • Great for anglers and boaters
  • Features 9 MB built-in map database and additional 7 MB of downloadable memory
  • Database contains waterways, inland lakes, fixed navaids, buoys, obstructions such as wrecks and rocks, and more
  • 500 Waypoints, and 20 routes with 30 legs; includes free MapSend Streets CD-ROM for increased street-map detail and waypoint and route management

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not waterproof
At [$$$] it was a nice little unit for the money. Had many of the critical marine aids to Puget Sound navigation built-in. Over all, performance was as represented...EXCEPT for waterproofing. Mine bit the dust after one use in the rain. Not what I'd expect from an "M" for "Marine" Magellan nautical navigation device. Never even submerged the unit (which Magellan claims it can withstand for short durations in up to three feet of water). Simply, "waterproof" is a severe stretch. "Water resistant" is even a stretch. Buy the 330M because it accomplishes the electronic wizardry you expect in a GPS unit, but also bear in mind that in the rain it will need to be operated in a plastic Ziploc bag.

4-0 out of 5 stars Handy and fun toy
There are many things I like about this unit -- it's very light and compact, and I find it easy to use. I found the base map surprisingly detailed (for my area), and uploading the detailed map from MapSend filled in all the tiny roads. Now the downers: - MapSend needs some lovin'. I can't just pick the ...baud rate I want; it must "discover" it. Interestingly, certain mismatches between what it was trying and what the 330 was expecting made MapSend crash. Just let me pick a number, .... - MapSend doesn't try anything past 19,200BPS. The thing (supposedly) works at 115,200. - Still waiting for street maps of Europe. - It won't plot a (street) course for you. Not a big deal for me, but if your primary usage is in a car in places you don't know, you'll probably want one that draws the "right turn here" arrow and talks to you, etc... Since I use it on the water and for hiking the 330's behaviour is just fine (it can draw a straight line from your present position to any desired locale).

4-0 out of 5 stars Great item, very easy to use
It works very well, it is easy to use and for the price there is no better! The battery life is not very long, so I recommend to purchase the cigarette lighter power adapter to go with it! I have some problems downloading routes, which I have not resolved yet, but I also did not spend a lot of time resoloving it, so hopefully it is an easy fix. I also wish they had a nice portable mount for it since I use it in the baot and on land!

5-0 out of 5 stars Absolute Must for Boating and Land
The 330M is an absolute piece of work. Durable, floatable and easy to use make this little GPS a must for outdoor or travel activity. Accuracy is excellent. I have been able to lock down by coordinates, measure speed, distance between way points, and track my course with 98-99% accuracy. The interface software and cable between the PC and the GPS is fun and easy as well. Storing information, uploading or downloading is very easy. The software is stable on Win 98 and Win 2000. The GPS is small but a very powerful tool and I would recommend this to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Beats the eTrex by a mile!
I tried both the Garmin eTrex and the Map 330M. The Magellan has it hands down. First, the unit comes with the CD-ROM map software and a PC cable. Second, it is incredibly accurate and even pulled in sattelite signals from inside my house. Third, it links with the sattelites in seconds. Fourth, the display is great. Fifth, and most importantly for me, it has easy to use buttons on the front panel rather than obscure buttons on the side. The button configuration is important because when you are navigating in the car or boat you can one-finger the display to change screens, zoom in or out on the map and move the cursor around on the nav screen. I found that my hand covered the screen on the Etrex which rendered hitting the buttons a pain and I felt it would only be possible to use the Etrex by taking it off its bracket and holding it in the palm of my hand (great for hiking, lousy for cars and boating).

Everything is nicely laid out, the menus are easy to understand and the entire unit is very intuitive. There is a lot of information already loaded on the Map 330 and even more detail is available from the CD-ROM.

I think everyone is a little too impressed with the Garmin product line (I have an older unit). After only a few days I am convinced that this is the best unit for land AND sea. ... Read more


153. Magellan SporTrak Color GPS
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00008DHSS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 956
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Magellan's SporTrak Color GPS gives you all the great advantages of GPS navigation in one rugged, compact, lightweight, and full-color device. The high-contrast, full-color 240 x 160-pixel display lets you easily see your location and route, helping you differentiate between roads, interstates, and other designated points of interest, all at a glance. The unit shows your position to within three meters, even in difficult environments such as cities or mountains.



Navigate with ease using the SporTrak Color's intuitive controls.
Built to be both intuitive and easy-to-use, the SporTrak Color lets you rest assured knowing that all its major functions are described in step-by-step instructions built right into the unit. Start navigating right away with its 10 MB built-in mapping database of North America, which includes highways, major roads, parks, waterways, airports, cities, and marine navigation aids such as buoys, beacons, lights, and other items. You can expand your mapping capabilities by uploading detailed maps from optional Magellan MapSend software (up to an additional 22 MB for North America).

Store up to 20 routes, 500 waypoints and 2,000 track-points to easily find your way back again. The Save Track-to-Route feature lets you convert complicated track files into easy-to-follow routes. Save hundreds of routes by transferring them to a PC using the optional MapSend software.

Nine customizable graphic navigation screens include a map, compass, and speedometer with text readouts of heading, bearing, speed, direction, and ETA, among others. Choose from 12 built-in coordinate systems and 76 datums, including Latitude/Longitude, Universal Transverse Mercator, and Military Grid Reference System.

Built with rubber-armored, impact-resistant plastic, the unit nevertheless weighs in at a mere 6.8 ounces, keeping it compact and light enough to slip into your pocket and accompany you wherever your road leads. Further, the water-resistant SporTrak Color is sealed to IEC-529 IPX7 specifications--and it even floats.

The SporTrak Color uses WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) and the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS) to provide the maximum GPS accuracy and reliability available. A built-in barometer helps you forecast the weather, while an innovative three-axis compass offers superior navigational accuracy no matter how you hold it.

Other features include the ability to show when the sun will rise and set and the phase of the moon for any date and location in the world. Want to know when the fish are likely to be biting in your corner of the world? The SporTrak Color tells you that, too. It can also monitor the GPS satellites in view and get information about their status.

If you speak English, French, German, Swedish, Finnish, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Norwegian, or Dutch, you're in luck--so does the Magellan SporTrak Color. A pair of AA batteries powers the device for up to 14 hours of continuous use.

What's in the Box
GPS device, PC cable, user's manual (English and French), user's manual on CD-ROM (in nine languages), two AA batteries, and a wrist strap. ... Read more

Features

  • Large 240 x 160 pixel, high contrast, backlit, full-color display
  • Uses WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) and the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS) to provide accuracy to within 3 meters
  • Built-in barometer and 3-axis compass
  • Features include Save Track-to-Route, sun/moon positions, fish and game calculator, and satellite status
  • Compact, lightweight, rugged, waterproof design

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Super GPS
This is the first GPS I have bought. What a steal at $229.00 on amazon.com. It was very easy to use once you are familiar with the interface. I didn't really need the handbook to figure most things out. I highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars 1st Timer
I needed to find an address to a birthday party in a city that I wasn't familiar with. I typed in the street name via "gaming genre" A-Z list. The 1st street on the list of many streets in many different cities was the one I was looking for. Listed by closest destination, I guess. Anyway I pushed enter & it drew a route for me. I also entered the address. I decided to take a different (freeway) route which is longer than the suggested route. Since I disregarded the 1st turn, the turn instruction display stayed there throughout the entire trip until I reached the target street. At which point it guided me to the right address on the street with the highlighted route line. Anyhoo, I did not need directions to get to the general area of this city. I just needed details, which the unit provided perfectly.

The cursor moves diagonally too, though not marked.

I have no experience with any other GPS systems. I can only say, as a novice, that I love Sportrak Color!

$229 is a steal. Get one!

5-0 out of 5 stars 1st Timer
I purchased the Sportrak Color from Amazon for $229. My local retail stores listed it at $349-$499. The reviewer that stated that the this unit is hard to use and is non-intuitive gave me great pause before purchasing it. With such a great price vs. all other listings, I went for it anyway. I'm very pleased with the system. As a complete GPS novice and as a test of the systems ease of use, I did not read the instruction manual. I only turned to the page that identified the functionality of each button. Anyone who has ever used a computer or played a video game can operate this unit intuitively.

I also purchased the MapSend Direct route software. I uploaded most of Michigan on it and started browsing streets in my general area that would require several turns to reach. I put the cursor on a street and pushed the GOTO button. It instantly asked me if I would like to go there. Neat, huh? I used the unit in my vehicle, laying it down in the center console. It guided me to the street with audible prompts, visual direction arrows, and street names to turn at.

I don't claim to know anything about GPS, but I love it.

I intend to use it for street directions and fishing spots.

It has a compass, barometer, altimeter, Color disply, and is VERY easy to use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Reception, sturdy, BUT so-so Interface and screen
The Good:

As far as handheld GPS units I have used the Garmin GPSMAP 76, the eTrex Vista, eTrex Legend, and this Magellan unit. The first thing I noticed when I started the unit up in my house was that it was extremely good at finding satellites. None of the Garmin units could consistently get a fix inside the house, and when they could, they had to be next to a window. This unit can get a decent fix just about anywhere in the house and I am on the lower floor of a two-story duplex. This ability to get a signal is also true in a car and on the trail.

The feel of the unit is solid. It has a rubber rim, which feels good in the hand, and the smaller lighter form makes it a better fit in the hand than the GPSMAP 76. The buttons have nice backlighting and the placement at the bottom makes it easier to operate without obscuring the screen with your fingers.

The color screen makes topo maps and highway maps much easier to read than on the grayscale units. This is especially so with topo maps where water is blue, trails are black and topo lines are green as opposed to Garmin units where you have to put the cursor over some lines to check if they are topo lines or roads. The only downside to this is that the Magellan maps are not quite as good as the Garmin ones. Though they are decent.

The Bad:

First off, the unit has a Barometer, thermometer and compass like the 76S and the vista, but there is NO barometric altimeter, which adds to the GPS elevation accuracy. This came as a real surprise to me. I could not understand why that would be left out when it seemed like all it would take was software once the sensors were there. I talked to Magellan and they said there were no plans to update the software to include a barometric altimeter.

While the sportrak color has the best resolution of any of the Magellan handheld units, the screen is not nearly as sharp as the Garmin units. Colors are also a bit washed out even after adjusting the contrast. And the screen harder to read in daylight due to the background of the LCD simply being darker.

The interface is miles behind the Garmin units. It is hard to navigate through the menus. Thing are present under some screens but not others and there is little that is intuitive. I found I would figure out how to do something then could not repeat the process. Turning on and off the magnetic compass for instance takes digging into nested menus as opposed to the one button push it takes on the Garmin units. The vista comes with a little manual while the Sportrak comes with a large one. The reason is obvious.

One of my biggest bones to pick with the unit is the lack of field options. On garmin units you can display vertical speed, Stopped time/moving time, coordinates (Magellan only displays these on the coordinates screen), and many other nice fields. On the Magellan units the options are limited to the basics while Garmin offers fields I didn't know I wanted but I love.

Conclusions:

The strongest points for this unit are the color screen and its ability to acquire satellites. These points are sometimes overshadowed by the interface and the sharpness of the screen. Though, every time you are in a deep canyon or on a tree covered trail and all the other units are struggling you'll be happy. The alarms are something that no eTrex units have, while the smaller size is definitely something to think about when comparing it to a GPSMAP 76 or 76S.

I like the unit overall, but I wish the software would be updated to be more flexible and user friendly. You just can't have it all. ... Read more


154. Magellan 750M Plus (12 Channel, WAAS, Portable)
list price: $2,399.99
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Asin: B00009ZY3Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 36982
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The highly refined and portable Magellan 750M Plus car navigation GPS receiver offers full color, detailed mapping, and a wealth of rich location-specific information in a sleek and intuitive design. It uses the same Magellan technology found in the NeverLost system of the Hertz rental car fleet.

With turn-by-turn directions and friendly voice prompting, 750M Plus automatically guides you to your destination, recalculating your route if you make a wrong turn or decide to take a detour. The built-in database of detailed maps covers the United States and most of Canada. The large full-color screen and keypad make it easy to enter your destination information and find the best route. With WAAS-enabled GPS accuracy tracking up to 12 satellites, the 750M Plus can place your location to within 3 meters.

The 750M Plus is portable so that you can easily transfer it from one vehicle to another, leaving no evidence housing or cables visible when removed. You can quickly and easily install the 750M Plus yourself with the mounting accessories that are included.

You'll get seamless detailed mapping of the entire U.S. and key areas in Canada Travel the country with no need to load new data. A single database contains all major city streets as well as the federal, state and county roads and highways in the U.S. and most of Canada. The comprehensive POI database provides over one million listings, including businesses, banks, hotels, airports, gas stations, ATMs, restaurants, and more.

The 750M Plus features an Exit Service Directory Guide, enabling you to find services at specific highway exits quickly and easily. Get information about food, gas, lodging and emergency assistance for upcoming Interstate exits by accessing Interstate AmericaÕs Exit Authority information.

Other features include:

  • Three guidance screens to chose from with easy to use interface: True View (shows actual road layout and information about intersection maneuvers), Map View (bright, high-resolution display screen with bold and easy-to read icons and text), and Maneuver List (details when and where to expect turns along the route).
  • Voice prompting tells you when to turn so you donÕt need to watch the screen.
  • Route Method allows you to choose the shortest time, shortest distance, most use of freeways, or least use of freeways. Route Exclusion tells the 750M Plus to avoid certain roads.
  • With Auto Re-route, the 750M Plus automatically calculates a new route when you make a wrong turn or decide to take a detour because of heavy traffic, a closed road, etc.
  • Easily enter addresses with QuickSpell, which intelligently sorts, searches, and checks spelling for rapid address entry with minimal keystrokes
  • Store 100 personal or business contacts and calculate routes to their locations

Electronic Mapping
The Magellan 750M Plus has an electronic map of the contiguous United Statesand Canada stored on a hard drive.The map is divided into 10 separate regionscalled Map Areas, and your purchase provides you access to one (1) Map Area. Access to Map Areas is controlled by Unlock Codes that are provided when the product is registered, or when additional Map Areas are purchased or rented

What is WAAS?
GPS receivers have an accuracy of about 15 meters, but you can get to as close as 3 meters with a WAAS-enabled receiver. WAAS stands for Wide Area Augmentation System, which is a network of satellites and ground stations (in North America) that were designed to improve the accuracy and ensure the integrity of information coming from GPS satellites. Originally implemented by the FAA for aviation use, WAAS is particularly useful for serious outdoors enthusiasts as well as for precise in-city navigation. ... Read more

Features

  • 12-channel vehicle navigation GPS receiver with shoulder carrying case
  • WAAS-enabled for 3-meter accuracy
  • Built-in database of detailed maps covers the United States and most of Canada
  • Turn-by-turn directions and friendly voice prompting
  • Large full-color screen and keypad make it easy to enter your destination information

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply The Best Portablr Navigation Money Can Buy
Simply The Best Portablr Navigation Money Can Buy September 7, 2003
I live in Switzerland and keep going forward and backward to the USA doing business every time in a different place. I use to rent cars from Hertz with their Never Lost Navigation system which also is a Magellan 750 but not portable. It was okay for me except I had to rent Hertz every time, and sometimes I find better deals at other rent a car or even Price Line. So I looked for the portable unit at the time and found out that this system is the best comprehensive portable navigation available. This system is so easy to install in less than 2 minutes. Now it has West and East maps and it covers the entire USA on road and off road navigation. What makes this system so easy to use is it's huge database of all kind of point of interests from Airports, Restaurant, Tourist Attraction, Hospitals to Shopping Malls. You name it has it. It eliminates the need to enter addresses manually or look up the address for a hotel or a restaurant. You can also look up point of interests by their distance from your location, like the nearest restaurant from where you are.
I love this system because you do not need to change CD's for different states like other units. All the info is stored on a large hard drive for easy access. Simply take it with you from one city to the other and from one car to the other.

The only advantage DVD navigation has over the Magellan 750M is it's a bit faster in calculating routes, and until now I am not a ware of any company that makes DVD portable navigation systems.

Finally, I know this unit is expensive but it is worth every dollar you pay for it. ... Read more


155. Magellan Meridian GPS Receiver (12 Channel, Yellow/Black Exterior)
list price: $239.99
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Asin: B000066SUC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 22508
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get there easily and safely, and have a little fun along the way using Magellan's Meridian GPS. The rugged, cost-efficient global positioning system offers superior tracking and accuracy to 10 feet or under, assisted by the U.S. Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS). The Meridian GPS finds your location by tracking up to 12 GPS satellites simultaneously, and its built-in 2 MB mapping database of North America includes interstates, highways, major roads, waterways, cities, and airports, along with unlimited expandability. You can even download street-level maps to an optional Magellan SD memory card.

.Seven customizable graphic navigation displays show a map, compass, speedometer, and text readouts of heading, bearing, speed, direction, ETA, and other details. Choose from 12 built-in coordinate systems and 76 datums, including Latitude/Longitude, Universal Transverse Mercator, and the Military Grid Reference System. An intuitive interface and large keyboard provide direct access to key features.

Rubber armored, impact-resistant plastic allows you to confidently take your Meridian GPS on that next great adventure. It's also sealed to IEC-529 IPX7 specifications--and it floats.

Store up to 20 routes, 500 waypoints and 2,000 track-points to help find your way back again. The unit's unique, Save Track-to-Route feature lets you convert complicated track files into easy-to-follow routes. You can save hundreds of routes by transferring them to a PC using Magellan MapSend software (not included).

The Meridian GPS shows you when the sun will rise and set, as well as the phase of the moon, for any date and location in the world. Want to know when the fish are likely to be biting in your little corner of the world? The Magellan Meridian GPS can tell you. The receiver's built-in NorthFinder technology shows your direction--even when you're standing still. You can also monitor the GPS satellites in view and retrieve information about their status.

Last but certainly not least, the Meridian GPS is intuitive and easy to use, with all major functions described in step-by-step detail in its built-in help database. If you speak English, French, German, Swedish, Finnish, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese or Dutch, so does the Magellan Meridian GPS.

What's in the Box
GPS device, PC cable, user's manual (English), CD-ROM user's manual (in nine languages), two AA batteries, and a wrist strap. ... Read more

Features

  • Finds your location by tracking up to 12 GPS satellites simultaneously
  • Intuitive interface and large keyboard provide direct access to key features
  • Built-in mapping of North America and unlimited expandability (includes interstates, highways, major roads, waterways, etc.)
  • 7 customizable navigation displays show a map, compass, speedometer, and text readouts of heading, bearing, speed, etc.
  • Stores up to 20 routes, 500 waypoints, and 2,000 track-points to help you easily find your way back again

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awsome
After I opened the box and inserted the batteries, it was ready to go! The best thing that happened since sliced bread. Easy to use, accurate, good enough to use with just the base map. How did I live without it for so many years? Besides your location (with backtracking dotted line) it gives you your speed, accurate direction in degrees from North, and many many more, including fishing conditions, sunrise and sunset. I am still trying to figure out however if the moon rises at 9:05 AM (as they show on the Magellan GPS) or at 9:05 PM!! I think this is a booboo...
Buyer be aware of just as much cost for the accessories such as the mounting bracket ($...+), the Streets USA Map CD ($...), the cigarette lighter adapter ($...), the SD memory card ($...), etc.
Still, an excellent GPS for the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good low-cost GPS
After using it for several days, I am really impressed with the amount of technology that's packed inside. Satellite acquisition is pretty good, but it has trouble inside buildings, even wood-framed. The accuracy and repeatablity is better than the manual claims, but battery life is worse. Also, it is easy to accidentally hit the buttons, especially the power button. They should all be recessed slightly to prevent this. I found that the "backtrack" feature is really nice, as it shows a simulated street display that is easy to follow. The installed map of major roads is pretty much what it claims, so if you need more detail, the extra memory & MapSend S/W is necessary. I wish, however, that it was possible to use other (read less expensive!) software to upload map data (for example, Microsoft Streets & Maps). Overall, I like it and will probably upgrade the memory & add more mapping data. However, I am a bit leery of the reported errors in the Magellan S/W, so I'll check things out a bit first.

4-0 out of 5 stars Magellan Meridian GPS (Yellow/Black)
I am very impressed with the performance and reliability of this product. There is a learning curve with which one must deal, however, easily overcome by using the included CD Rom Users Manual. Secure Digital Cards from various manufactures can be purchased affordably, yet maps seem to only be downloadable from Magellan Mapsend Software, and not some of the other popular varities ... Read more


156. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - Lower Chesapeake
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000A0VDE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 62546
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether you're setting out on a vacation or taking to the water for work, Magellan's MapSend BlueNav local charts offer a range of detailed marine cartography for your Magellan GPS receiver. Derived from Navionics Gold charts, MapSend BlueNav charts aim to offer the most advanced marine cartography available. Large coverage areas and enhanced marine navigation information (with details like marine currents, tides, and port services) give you a nuanced view of what's ahead, increasing both the value and the safety of your journey.

The BlueNav local chart for Lower Chesapeake covers Onancock to Norfolk, including Gargathy Inlet and Rudee Inlet. The chart arrives on a convenient, preprogrammed Secure Digital (SD) memory card for instant navigation through your Magellan FX324 MAP, FX324 MAP Color, and Meridian (Gold, Marine, Platinum, or Color) GPS receiver. Your receiver must be running V. 4.00 minimum.

The innovative MapSend system grants fast, smooth, and seamless scrolling across and between charts, making navigation easier and more enjoyable. A handy Port Service Guide helps you find the nearest services or locate the closest port in an emergency. Highly detailed port and marina plans simplify and safeguard your approach to port.

What's in the Box
One navigational chart preloaded on a 32 or 64 MB SD memory card, one durable plastic SD memory card case, and an operating manual.

Note: Magellan MapSend BlueNav cartography is a database offering a wide range of information, which may be represented in different ways from one piece of equipment to another. It is a good idea to confirm, before purchasing, whether your equipment includes the capability to utilize specific information, such as tide tables. To use MapSend BlueNav charts on your Magellan device, your handheld receiver must be running version 4.0 software or higher. (At startup, your unit will display the software version.) Updated receiver software is available at www.magellangps.com. ... Read more

Features

  • Offers a range of detailed marine cartography for your Magellan GPS receiver
  • Preprogrammed SD memory card grants instant navigation
  • Works with your Magellan FX324 MAP, FX324 MAP Color, or Meridian (Gold, Marine, Platinum, or Color) GPS receiver, V. 4.00 minimum
  • Derived from Navionics Gold charts to offer the most advanced marine cartography available
  • Large, detailed coverage areas and enhanced marine navigation information such as like marine currents, tides, and port services

157. Magellan RoadMate 760 Portable GPS Vehicle Navigation System

our price: $1,099.99
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Asin: B0009MFQ12
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
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Features

  • Magellan RoadMate finds your location and the map continues to move with you by tracking up to 12 GPS satellites simultaneously, with WAAS support
  • Voice guidance and turn-by-turn directions get you there easily

158. Magellan GPS Companion for the Palm m500
list price: $229.99
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Asin: B000066SUD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 14971
Average Customer Review: 3.13 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Sleek and lightweight design
  • Combines GPS technology and Rand McNally Streetfinder navigation software
  • Provides turn by turn guidance to your destination
  • Graphical GPS displays your speed, heading, distance to destination, and more
  • Compatible with Palm m500

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars Works great but
Had to return the first one because it was broken. Second one works great, even in car (won't lock on when I'm flying a Gulfstream V but it's not certified for IFR Navigation anyway). Needs to include maps program for systems other than Windows (ie, Mac). This is easily remedied by using a web-based mapping program. Also would do away with need to update Streetfinder databases. Also, having trouble getting Road Atlas expansion card to recognize the GPS Companion. Don't know if it's Palm, Magellan, or Rand McNally. Have contacted Rand McNally. Just be aware that there might be an issue if your using this expansion card.

4-0 out of 5 stars Magellan GPS Companion GPS Software
The GPS unit is very slick. I have tried two software packages with it: the Rand McNally Streetfinder software that comes with the unit, and the Mapopolis software. Unlike another reviewer, I had no problem with the Streetfinder software scrolling slowly. However, there is a known bug that won't let you use the software with an SD card--the program hangs trying to find maps. I talked with their support about this, but the fix they gave me did not solve the problem. However, once you get it running with the GPS, the maps are great! They are much more readable to someone with aging eyes than the Mapopolis maps, and they scroll just as fast (on a Palm M515). They also have a lot of point of interest data (Hotels, parking lots, etc.)--more than Mapopolis has. Plus, it's free! Mapopolis isn't free anymore, and you have to buy Map Packs or individual maps and download them.

3-0 out of 5 stars Palm User
The StreetFinder software tends to have a problem when you have a large SD card attached (512MB - Even without map on it!) When you select the changing map option, the StreetFinder goes into la, la land (I only waited 5 min & soft reset). But if you pop out the SD card it will function normal again.

I'll try a 128MB card with 60x write speed. Probably not going to make much difference. Anyone knows a work around on this?

3-0 out of 5 stars first impressions
I compare my experience with the one of my co-worker with a Pharos PK012 Pocket GPS Navigator Kit for iPAQ.

The Pharos seems to be faster with the position update. The Pharos cannot work with batteries and comes with a cigarette lighter adapter. If you want to use your GPS outdoors or on a motorcycle the Magellan for Palm will have a little advantage. Otherwise the Pharos has an advantage.

I agree with many about the software from Rand McNally. I just don't like it. Even comparing it with the "no brand name" Ostia software, included with the Pharos, the Rand McNally immediately looks slower, harder to use and with way less features.
With Ostia you can invert the route, select origin and destination from your contacts, recalculate a route on the fly!
With the Rand McNally you have to prepare the route from your PC. The Ostia had a better way to display map and directions at the same time too (different ways to split the screen). Maps looks more readable on the Ostia.

I noticed that using the Rand McNally software and relative maps from the internal memory produced better results than software and maps on SD card. I will pretty soon try to have software on internal memory and maps on SD card.
My SD card is a Lexar 256Mb: does anybody know if maps will perform better on an original Palm SD card?

I also did the mistake of syncing and opening on the Palm a bigger map of metro Philly and got stuck 10 minutes to wait the high level map to load... and I did not sync any POI (point of interest)!!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Really just a toy
The GPS device is cool, but the Rand McNally Streetfinder software is junk, really worthless. In the Northeast corridor where you would expect the data to be a little more precise, the software often says you are "off course" even when the position icon shows you exactly on course. And the plotted course route is often not the best route, sometimes it is dowright wacky. Should I mention that I am still waiting (six months later) for my mail-in rebate? ... Read more


159. MapSend BlueNav Local Chart - LAKE SUPERIOR EAST
list price: $149.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000A0VEK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
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160. MapSend BlueNav XL Chart - Lake Erie and St.Clair
list price: $279.99
our price: $279.99
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Asin: B0000A0VCR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 54042
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Amazon.com Product Description

The XL version of the MapSend charts covers large regional areas. This marine navigation chart will help you maximize the navigation capabilities of your Magellan GPS receiver. The chart will work with the following units: Magellan Meridian Gold, Marine, Platinum and Color, Magellan FX324 MAP and FX324 MAP Color, or Magellan SporTrak Pro (CD-ROM only), SporTrak Pro Marine and SporTrak Color. Magellan has made it easy to download the chart into your GPS using a preprogrammed Secure Digital (SD) memory card. Derived from Navionics GoldTM charts, the chart offers a complete range of detailed marine cartography for your GPS. MapSend includes information on marine currents, tides, port services and much more.

What's in the Box
Preloaded 32MB or 64MB SD memory care and plastic case. ... Read more

Features

  • Detailed marine cartography
  • Available on SD memory card
  • Derived from Navionics Gold charts
  • Information on marine currents, tides, ports, etc
  • Use on Magellan GPS units

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