Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Garmin Nuvi 350 Review

The Garmin Nuvi 350 is the perfect GPS device if you want an "out of the box" simplicity. The very slim and sleek design is perfectly carried in your pocket, which makes it especially great for business trips and use in rental cars. You could even use it for hiking or walking through strange cities, as the light weight makes it very easy to pack around.

The Nuvi 350 comes with many extras that come in very handy while on vacation or business trips. Although many of the maps are a bit outdated, the Garmin Nuvi 350 GPS still makes for a wonderful GPS device, as far as functionality, and it comes preloaded with City Navigator NT street maps to get you started. The touch screen is great, and features an anti-glare screen that helps you keep directions clear even in direct sunlight. The inclusion of an Mp3 player and an audio book player also makes the Nuvi 350 well worth the money. The Nuvi 350 has an SD card memory slot to upload newer maps, audio file, and pcitures. The voice navigation feature is valuable for keeping your eyes on the road when driving to a new place.

If what you really need is a great, compact designed GPS device that will effectively get you to where you need to go, with a few great extras thrown in, then the Garmin Nuvi 350 GPS is right up your alley. It is highly dependable, low priced, and with the added features and great satellite connection, you really can't go wrong with the Nuvi 350.

David Waymire is a gadget guru. He enjoys travel and geochaching with his family and dogs. He is the proprietor of http://www.gpsdiscountsonline.com/
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