Excerpt: This GPS from Garmin is very easy to use from the box, with a large clear screen and really simple functions, such as â€œMark and Findâ€�. A great selection of pages and itâ€™s easy to switch between them, or even change the order, if necessary. Inputting routes or waypoints by hand is a slow process, but can be done quickly ...
Summary: Although the GPS 60 looks like it means business, it doesn’t live up to expectations. A USB connection and Garmin’s MapSource software are small consolation for the lack of mapping and slow signal acquisition. There are better — and cheaper — handheld GPS options.
Pros: MapSource software, external antenna port, USB connection
Cons: City-point mapping is no substitute for graphical base map, slow signal acquisition, cluttered with irrelevant software