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Magellan RoadMate 5175T-LM Lets You Plan Your Day (1)

Magellan is not gonna give up on providing a standalone GPS navigator, a category slowly being beaten by GPS apps in smartphones. It has recently introduced the Magellan RoadMate 5175T-LM, a smartphone-like device with full WVGA display, WiFi, native web browser, and AAA TourBook app complete with Diamond ratings. The RoadMate 5175T-LM can be viewed on both portrait and landscape modes, adapting to personal viewing preference. Its 5-inch high-resolution touchscreen displays free Lifetime Map Updates, Lifetime Traffic Alerts, automatic updates, and other features. The TourDirector lets users choose attractions and plan the day's itinerary by searching for venues of interest within the local area. The cost: $299.99. Pretty expensive if you ask me, but I'm not gonna discourage you from buying it. Source: Engadget Read More

Magellan SE4 Navigation Unit (0)

Although no official announcement has been made, the Magellan SE4 navigation unit has appeared in Best Buy and it is available for purchase.  For only US$119.99, you get a 4.3-inch touch screen, as well as NAVTEQ maps of 48 contiguous states in the US, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.  Its navigation software includes over six million points of interest, text-to-speech capability, and turn-by-turn prompts, while the unit itself has a battery life of up to three hours.It's a good thing Magellan pulled the price for up to $60.  With the introduction of Google's free navigation software, the GPS market has to contend with the seemingly unfair competition.Image source:  Magellan Read More

Magellan Roadmate 1412 North America (0)

For drivers who wish to know their way around most of North America, having a device such as the Magellan Roadmate 1412 would greatly be a necessity.  Traveling around the US or Canada no longer have to be such a complicated experience once you have this gadget to guide you. The different features allow users to easily know their way in and around North America while driving. First and foremost, the Magellan Roadmate 1412 has maps covering the entire North American continent for such a compact GPS receiver. It is displayed on a 4.3 inch wide colored touch screen which ably shows the different features of this handy GPS device. There are about 6 million points of interest provided in the maps for whatever North American locations you may be. From gas stations, restaurants, hotels to landmarks, drivers no longer have to worry finding such when driving in some unfamiliar territory in North America. The Magellan Roadmate 1412 also offers SayWhere text to speech feature that offers voice instructions so that drivers would have a clear understanding of the directions provided without taking their eyes off the road. All the maps are pre-loaded into an expanded memory card so that drivers like you may be able to travel the entire North America as well as Puerto Rico with some helpful map to go around with. Priced at US$ 300, the Magellan Roadmate 1412 would be quite useful for the frequent road traveler in North America.Image source: MagellanGPS  Read More

Magellan Maestro 4700 Available for Pre-Order (0)

The long wait is over for all Magellan fans, as its Maestro 4700 GPS will hit the shelves on July 15 at a suggested retail price of $299.99.  The Magellan Maestro 4700 has a spanking new design, starting from its 4.7-inch color touch screen display, OneTouch user interface, built-in voice command, hands-free Bluetooth calling, and a predictive traffic mode that uses past traffic patterns and suggests alternate routes.The Maestro 4700 also features a "pedestrian mode," which remembers the location of your car in parking lots so you do not have to guess where you left your vehicle before heading to that basketball game.  This GPS also gives you instant access to all points of interest, giving you results from both standard POI database and the Magellan-exclusive AAA Tourbook guide.  Landmarks and other visual cues are also displayed in 3D, helping drivers perform maneuvers and find destinations.  Ordering your Maestro 4700 comes with a windshield mount and cradle; 12-volt vehicle power adapter; USB cable; on-dash mounting; adhesive disk; a protective pouch; and a quick reference guide.Image source: Read More

Magellan Maestro 4700 (0)

The personal navigation device industry may not be as profitable as expected, but other companies continue to push the envelope in providing the latest PND models.  After several months of "hiatus," Magellan introduces its latest addition named Maestro 4700.  The Magellan Maestro 4700 has cleared the FCC just in time for the summer, when driving is expected to go up.  According to its user handbook, which has been leaked online, this latest navigation device will include support for voice commands, OneTouch user interface, Bluetooth, and traffic alerts, all presented in a presumably 4.7-inch display.  Nothing special, really (that is, unless they are hiding something amazing from our midst).Expect more updates about Magellan's Maestro 4700 in a few months, as it may hit the shelves right before Memorial Day.Image source:  Magellan Read More

Magellan Explorist 100 GPS (0)

The Magellan Explorist 100 is a pocket sized GPS receiver that can be used for recreational purposes. It can be an affordable option for people who like to use a GPS device when going out hiking or traveling on an occasional basis. Such people do not require the use of highly complex GPS systems that may also fetch higher prices on the market. A GPS receiver such as Magellan Explorist 100 would do just fine for the occasional user. This handy recreational GPS receiver is rugged enough to handle the rough and tumble of that occasional hike or the stress of travel with its rubber armored and impact resistant plastic case. This gadget is also water resistant so you do not have to worry about it getting wet. This gadget features TrueFix technology which takes advantage of 14 parallel channels that provides reliable location accuracy within three meters. Its high resolution screen allows users to clearly see images put on display. A backlit feature allows users to see the information displayed in poorly lit conditions. The gadget also features easy one touch control with easy to navigate menus that are simple to understand. Navigation information come in four screens such as Map, Compass, Locator and Satellite Status. The Magellan Explorist 100 has the capacity to store three track files with 2000 waypoints each. Using it requires no activation or service fees so it comes ready to use when purchased. Read More

Magellan Triton 2000 GPS (0)

A trusted name in GPS receivers, Magellan unveiled in 2007 a line of handheld GPS devices each with a unique selling point and markets. All units possess the ease-of-use that makes Magellen a successful brand in GPS technology. Today we feature one of their high-end products, the Triton 2000.The Triton 2000, like all recent models, have a completely new interface that promises to be easier-to-use than ever. It has a large color touch screen, a 2-megapixel camera, voice recorder, LED flashlight, and SD-card expandability. This does not only help you aid in outdoor navigation, but also enables the user to take pictures and capture sounds, saving every adventure into a rugged and waterproof case. Other cool features include a 3-axis electronic compass and a built-in barometer.It uses the VantagePoint sofware, an exclusive to Magellan, that easily manages and uploads detailed maps, user-generated content, updates, and upgrades on your PC. It also lets the user view saved routes, customizing them for future trips or even create new ones. The Triton 2000's antenna is so reliable, it can even receive good signal reception even in heavy cloud cover, canyons, or deep woods.Overall, the Magellan Triton 2000 is worth the $500 tag with its forward-facing features that makes every adventure a memorable journey. Read More

Magellan RoadMate 1200 Car GPS (0)

If you wish to find your way in and out of traffic as well as in places that you are not familiar with, having a GPS receiver in your car can be quite a godsend. The Magellan RoadMate 1200 GPS receiver might just be the one that you are looking for. Portability and a wide variety of features of the Magellan RoadMate 1200 can help you always find your way anywhere in the US. The Magellan RoadMate 1200 is a portable full-function personal auto navigation system that you can have in your car. It is composed of a 3.5" color touch screen packed in a 3.63 x 3.30 x 0.69 body and at a handy 4.94 oz. weight. A pretty portable gadget that is packed with powerful features that you might need in case you get lost somewhere. The Magellan RoadMate 1200 is designed for efficient and accurate vehicle navigation. It makes use of a simple and easy to understand interface that enable the user to get access to its different navigation features in an instant. With an uncluttered interface, no longer would the user need to deal with complicated menus and lists just to know where he or she is. With the Magellan RoadMate 1200, this is possible without reading through lengthy instructions.The Magellan RoadMate 1200 also comes with maps to the US, including Puerto Rico and Hawaii, stored in a pre-loaded SD memory card. Also included are the pre-programmed Point of Interest on the different maps to allow users to locate hotels, gas stations, restaurants and more in a certain area. The Magellan RoadMate 1200 is also capable of giving turn-by-turn voice instructions that will help guide users to the quickest route available for any destination. The Magellan RoadMate 1200, with its useful features, portable and rugged design as well as affordability, makes it a must have for your car. Read More

Magellan EXplorist 600 Hiking GPS Navigator (0)

Light, and compact, the Magellan eXplorist 600 GPS is the perfect companion for your weekend hike. But this 2.2 x 4.7 x 1.3 inches Magellan is not just compact in size but is a full featured GPS device as well. The eXplorist 600 has enough memory for a lot of topographical maps and the GPS mapping can be expanded using a high-speed USB data port and through secure digital (SD) card storage.  By default the map of the eXplorist 600 does not provide detailed information except major highways and cities. Magellan provides downloadable topographical maps for the entire U.S. But you need to purchase the MapSend program that contains the topographical maps separately. The maps themselves feature locations of points-of-interests such as popular campgrounds and trails for your use during hiking and camping trips.The eXplorist 600 was made to fit ergonomically in the hand. However, the compactness it offers may not work well with other people that have bigger hands than normal. The size is really up to you to consider but at only 5.4 oz (164.4 g) with batteries, this GPS is one of the lightest and smallest in the market.The screen is small, which is to be expected in a GPS this size. It does, however, seem to provide adequate color and brightness than those in previous series. But aside from the upgrade on the screen quality, the overall design of the eXplorist 600 does not deviate much from the rest of the eXplorist series. In other words, it pretty much looks the same as its predecessors.Nonetheless, having a waterproof and shock resistant design, the eXplorist 600 is quite useful in the wilderness where it could unexpectedly start raining anytime. Finding a decent shade or shelter from the rain before you take your heading is quite annoying. The device is sealed per IPX-7 specifications. Dipping the device in pool of water will not make it malfunction.Another useful thing in the wild is the fact that Magellan claims that you can get a total of 17 hours of life from the batteries, that is if the back light is turned off. With back light on, however, the company claims you can squeeze up to 8 hours of use from the battery. That could be sufficient for your use but don't take things to chance. It is still ideal that you carry an extra battery pack during your hiking trip, remember, you're in the wild and the next charging station can be miles aways.There are some other features that the GPS has to offer. Some of the more interesting ones include a Hunt/Fish menu were it shows you when is the best time hunt and fish at a particular location. The Sun/Moon menu, meanwhile, shows the Sunrise, Sunset, Moonrise, Moonset and Moon Phase for a particular location. The usability and importance of these features will really depend on your present needs.At a price range of $300 to $520, the eXplorist 600 is not half bad. However, you could settle with the eXplorist 500 instead if you find the new Magellan too expensive and if you find that you really don't need the extra features. Read More

Top 5 Car GPS Receivers (0)

The Global Positioning System and Digital-Mapping Technology have enabled people to navigate in different places with much ease and control. These complex technologies are packed in a single unit called a portable navigation system, which is now available in different models from different companies at different price ranges. Since it has become an essential tech tool, and the variety of models in the market, it is hard to decide what to buy without having to return it to the store. has released its list of the Top 5 GPS receivers used by car drivers to help you in picking up a device that suits your needs and budget. Garmin Nuvi 660 - A solid-performing and versatile GPS device that features navigation basics, text-to-speech capabilities, integrated Bluetooth connection, FM transmission, MP3-quality audio among others. All of these are put together in a big-screen, small-sized casing. Its Travel Kit feature is also an interest for the world traveler. However, its hefty price tag is not worth the basic navigation it provides, especially if you want to avoid certain roads. Price ranges from $300 to $700. HP iPaq rx5900 Travel Companion - A GPS and PDA all in one, this device runs on both Tomtom Navigation software that delivers voice-guided and text-based directions as well as maps that can be viewed on both 2D and 3D; and Windows Mobile 5 that enables the user to access Microsoft Word and Powerpoint among other features. It also has Bluetooth and WiFi capabilities, as well as an extended memory slot for more music and videos. However, as a GPS it is slow acquiring an initial satellite fix as well as a below-par battery life. Magellan Maestro 4250 - This GPS is one of the earlier devices that feature a voice command function, which at the time was cool as it is today. But what's really impressive about this is its accurate directions, along with integrated Bluetooth, and traffic capabilities. However, its points-of-interest database is a little outdated, and its voice control does not have an address entry. Price ranges between $325 to $500.  Mio C520 Navigation Receiver - At $400, this good-value, sleek-designed GPS device contains decent features such as advanced turn-by-turn navigation, a 4.3-inch screen, Bluetooth, text-to-screen, and multimedia capabilities. However, the routing can be a bit off, and the screen tends to fade when struck by sunlight. Tomtom GO 720 - Some of its features stand out among the competition such as the one-touch location finder that helps pinpoint where you are and where is the nearest police station or hospital, and the Map Share community tool that lets you customize your maps and share it with other Tomtom users. It also has a safety feature that lets you automatically call emergency at the touch of the screen. However, its Bluetooth connectivity is only compatible to a few selection of mobile phones. Price ranges between $368 to $505. Read More

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