Summary: Comes with yoke mount (with internally wired cigarette power source), and a weighted dash mount (with second cigarette lighter source). Clear easy instructions. Use in car or plane. For at home and first use charging comes with USB charger to your home computer/laptop.
Summary: I've had this for over 6 months and still find it difficult to use. It's not intuitive and seems designed by someone with little aviation background ie, must exit the map screen and press several buttons to make a waypoint and then fly to it.
Summary: I have two of these units. They are the best you can get at the 700 usd price range but they are not perfect. I've had one of my units going off during the flight a couple of times so If you can afford, get two as they can become inoperative during flight. I don't like the touchscreen very much.
Summary: The adjustable back lighting is great. One of the brightest displays seen in full sun. Found it to be very easy and intuitive to use. Although there were some changes buried deep withing that were a surprise. Love the yoke mount and car mounts. Both worked great for me. Love the single power cord.
Summary: I bought one of these when they were brand new, and absolutely loved it. Of course, I bought it in December, and used it for the most part under a cloud cover until Spring, when I found the achilles heel of this GPS... Daylight.
Summary: Overall, I'm very impressed with this unit. It is exactly what I expected it to be. The Garmin Aera is great unit. The touch screen works great, just a matter of acostumbrace. Pros Highly interactive, Pretty easy to navigate through screens It's everything I ever wanted in an inexpensive GPS.