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    Nuvi 765T Reviews

    Garmin may not have the ubiquitous branding of TomTom here in Europe, but the company has actually been in the navigation business a couple of years longer. Its experience is obvious in the solid build and careful design of its products. This is particularly true of the nvi 765T, which is an update to the nvi 765T we looked at earlier in the year. For starters, the Garmin Nuvi 765T marks Garmin’s leap onto the lane guidance’ bandwagon. The corner graphic showing your next turning already illustrates quite clearly which lanes you should be in on a multi-lane carriageway. But Garmin has now also added a trendy realistic full-screen lane graphic to show more clearly where your car should be positioned on the road. We didn’t find it popped up quite as often as TomTom&
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    Garmin Garmin nvi 260 Portable GPS Navigator

    Bring the ultra-cool nvi 260W along for the trip, and arrived on time and in style. Similar to nvi 250, nvi 260 is the price attractive and easy to use. Plus, this sleek, slim navigator comes with turn-by-turn voice directions that announce the name of streets as you navigate, so you can keep your eyes on the road. With nvi 260 you’re just a few screen taps away from anywhere. Garmin Nvi 260W comes ready to go straight from the box with preloaded City Navigator NT street maps, including points of considerable interest (POIs) database with hotels, restaurants, fuel, ATMs and more. Even announces the name out and the roads so you do not need to take your eyes off the road. Simply touch the color screen to enter a destination, and nvi takes you there with 2D or 3D maps and turn-by-turn


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