Garmin Oregon Handheld GPS REVIEW & RATING (450, 450T, 550, 550T)

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The Garmin Oregon handheld brings the intuitive touch-screen interface to the world of rugged handheld GPS devices, and without sacrificing high-end features for even the most rigorous of backcountry expeditions. As About.com states in its editorial review, “Garmin takes another giant step toward taking the “geek factor” out of handheld GPS navigators and making them easy-to-use and consumer friendly.”

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Garmin nüvi 1400 Series REVIEW (1450, 1450T, 1450LMT, 1490T, 1490LMT)

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Garmin remains at the top of its game with constant innovation that is keeping the manufacturer solidly on top in sales and customer satisfaction for vehicle GPS units in the U.S. What we’re especially intrigued by is how the pace of innovation continues to accelerate and just how quickly yesterday’s luxury feature becomes today’s essential “must-have.” With prices remaining competitive, the number of features per dollar gives you, the consumer, the best value ever, and those features are fitting into more and more compact units. Garmin’s nuvi 1200, 1300 and 1400 series introduce the thinnest, most pocketable units yet as the new CityXplorer feature brings a wealth of new GPS features to the pedestrian, navigating an unfamilar city by foot or mass transit…

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TomTom XXL 540TM, 540M, 540T, 540S LIVE: REVIEW

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If the typical screen size of vehicle GPS units still leaves you squinting, TomTom’s XXL 540 series repackages the features of its successful and highly-rated XL 340 series into an eye-pleasing unit with an ample 5″ (diagonal) screen at a competitive price for a unit i this size class…

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Garmin nüvi 1300 Series REVIEW (1300, 1300LMT, 1350, 1350T, 1350LMT, 1370T, 1390, 1390T, 1390LMT)

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Garmin remains at the top of its game with constant innovation that is keeping the manufacturer solidly on top in sales and customer satisfaction for vehicle GPS units in the U.S. What we’re especially intrigued by is how the pace of innovation continues to accelerate and just how quickly yesterday’s luxury feature becomes today’s essential “must-have.” With prices remaining competitive, the number of features per dollar gives you, the consumer, the best value ever, and those features are fitting into more and more compact units…

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TomTom XL 340, 340S, 340S LIVE: REVIEW

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TomTom’s value-packed XL 340 and XL 340S (wide-screen versions of the TomTom ONE 140 and 140S) offer an attractive upgrade to the XL 330 and 330S, competitively positioning them in the entry-level category of in-vehicle GPS systems, which includes Garmin’s popular 2×5 series. Most significant, TomTom has now included its Advanced Lane Guidance feature into the XL 340 series, a feature until now seen only on midrange and top GPS units. The new XL 340S LIVE includes a built-in receiver for TomTom’s LIVE Services, including live traffic, weather, fuel prices and Google Local Search…

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Garmin nüvi 755T, 765T, 775T, 785T (7×5) – REVIEW

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Garmin’s nuvi series has been all about constant innovation and improving on what just a few months ago seemd to be as top-of-the-line as the series could get. Hence, dozens of nuvi models and many with top 4.5- and 5-star ratings. The 7×5 series, which includes the 755T, 765T, 775T and 785T does it again, with the addition of some compelling “gotta have” features and smaller touches that continue to refine this excellent product without undermining its performance…

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Garmin nuvi 265T, 265WT, 275T, 285WT Vehicle GPS: REVIEW

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Garmin’s popular 2×5 series, building on the success of the 200 series, designed as a budget-friendly GPS, continues to blur the lines between “entry level” and mid-level with the 265T, 265W, 275T and 285WT models which sit at the upper end of this category…

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TomTom ONE 140, 140S GPS: REVIEW

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TomTom’s value-packed ONE 140 and ONE 140S offer an attractive upgrade to the ONE 130 and 130S, competitively positioning them in the entry-level category of in-vehicle GPS systems, which includes Garmin’s popular 2×5 series. Most significant, TomTom has now included its Advanced Lane Guidance feature into the ONE 140 series, a feature until now seen only on midrange and top GPS units…

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Garmin nuvi 205, 205W, 255, 255W Vehicle GPS: REVIEW

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If you’re a bit overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices — really good choices — in the top-rated nuvi line, Garmin’s not about to make your decision any easier. The 2×5 series, including the 205, 205W, 255 and 255W adds so many features to the 200 series that the term "entry level" just might not cut it any more. In fact, the 205/205W and 255/255W incorporate both higher-end features as well as features not even seen in some of their higher-end siblings.

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Garmin Colorado 400t, 400c, 400i, 300 Handheld GPS: REVIEW

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The past few years have seen dramatic advances in the GPS units we use in our cars, with intuitive, user-friendly interfaces and an ever-growing number of features. Though handheld units have certainly benefited from new, more sensitive GPS chips and other advances deep in their electronics, they haven’t realized the same sort of game-changing advances as their vehicle-based cousins…until now. Garmin’s Colorados series ushers in the next generation of handheld GPS units, offering a rich feature set while incorporating the ease of use you’ve grown accustomed to in the car, within a rugged, waterproof shell. Outside Magazine sums it up, "The Garmin Colorado 400t was born for serious backcountry time, and you won’t find a more user-friendly or durable handheld GPS" while About.com concludes that the "400t lives up to its promise of being a next-generation handheld GPS."

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