Summary: I've had GPS from TomTom, Magellan and now Garmin. The Garmin, by far, is my favorite. Being voice actuated makes it easy to use while on the move. It's not necessary to be overly deliberate in giving instructions. Just speak naturally and it gets it right the first time nearly every time.
We've used it on several road trips - Maps GREAT, need something else for Traffic (bummer)
16 February 2014
Summary: I bought this for my husband for Christmas. I have a built in GPS in my Honda CRV that I use daily, but when we take his truck we did not have a GPS unit. This was a daily deal thru Amazon. I purchased it and we are both VERY happy with the unit itself.
Summary: This GPS does every thing it's supposed to do. It has an adequately fast processor, calculating and recalculating are fairly quick. the touch screen works the first time you touch it, it's clear and crisp with the high res. glass screen. Voice operated features work pretty well.
Garmin is still the best but not as good as they apparently could be
11 May 2013
Summary: Still some quirky things about Garmin navigation but they are the best the market has to offer. No other brands compare to what Garmin is doing. You would think Garmin has figured out how to produce the shortest route but even after over a decade of writing this software they still don't have it...
Summary: This gps is incredibly easy to use. I use the voice command all the time, which is even more fun when you change the word that activates it to pretty much anything you want. I definitely recommend this gps and highly recommend the speed camera function as well (available on their website)
Great BUT... Nothing new in this version over the previous 3790LMT
20 January 2013
Summary: This is a GREAt product in comparison to what's out there on the market from competitors, BUT... there is plenty room for improvements. I owned the previuos version of this Garmin Nuvi, the 3790LMT, and I don't see any reason for getting this new version over the old one, in fact so much so I...
Summary: I have recently been shopping for a new Garmin GPS to replace my 755T. At first I focused on the 3490 LMT, but I ended up purchasing the 3760 LMT (at Amazon) when I learned the 3400 series and many other 2012 Garmin GPS units no longer have any alert when you miss a turn.
Summary: First I want to say I am a geek in profession and interests but not in personality ;<) No offense. Have had a few days and work in the DC area in multiple locations. I set up for the quickest time between locations. To start off I must agree that some of the traffic updates are off or not updated.