There are other GPS (Mio) avialable which are cheaper then this high end GPS
M. Dedhia, Amazon
4 January 2007
Summary: I purchased Nuvi360 for just more than 900USD, features and other things are good, but during Thanksgiving i got GPS from Mio for little less than 200USD. Both GPS worked well, i used Mio GPS in NY downtown under highrise buildings but there was no problem of finding signals, when we travelled via...
Excerpt: The unit is relatively simple to set up and use, though it is too easy to mis-hit the touch sensitive screen, this is especially annoying when entering the pin (if using the security feature). Accuracy in urban areas and on trunk routes is generally good, but becomes quite poor in hilly terrain.
Pros: Easy to use & set up, good price .
Cons: Localisation issues, lack of spoken information with TrafficMaster and Safety Cameras
Excerpt: The Garmin Nuvi 360 is a great GPS navigation system that has some useful extra facilities but some niggles which I will explain more about. As soon as you see it you realise it is only 1/2 inch deep, much thinner than most competitors. Navigation. The menu system is very easy to use.
Pros: Compact Sat Nav with street names and many additional functions
Cons: Routes sometimes use poor roads, Only one waypoint