Summary: This device doesn't allow me to enter a street name that is valid. It isn't a new street by any means. The street is a major road with businesses. Also, this device doesn't do a good job of finding many places I've searched for. Sometimes it doesn't find any of the stores and sometimes it finds only some of the chain stores. It brings up some stores that have been closed for years. I've resorted to using OnStar. Sometimes I use the map for the speed limit information.
Summary: In the end I sent this unit back...Found the navigation just kept taking long routes...The unit itself was very nice...Got very hot when updating..I will keep my tomtom and garmin 50lm...Traffic on 3760 was not so great...
Summary: I bought this GPS last year after my old Nuvi died. I bought it full price as it was just released and I see it still carries a high price tag. Overall, I think this is a very good GPS and it works great. My biggest complaint, and the reason I am giving this nav system only 3 stars is the traffic feature. In short, it is completely worthless.
Summary: I bought this unit after doing a detailed selection in the Garmin WEB site. This unit doesn't accept routes created in MapSource but there is no warning in that site. I do long trips visiting little towns and not frequent places, so I use to plan my route in advance using MapSource. Of course as soon I received my new GPS I tried to download one of my routes without success.
Summary: This is the best looking GPS I have owned and I have been a long time user of Garmin GPS for cars. I have previously owned: StreetPilot III (2 of them) c550 Compared to the 2 previous GPU units, the design, form factor and ease of mounting of this 3760T is unmatched. The reason for the 3 stars rating is because I discovered today that the unit can hang due to issues with its Bluetooth connectivity.
Summary: This product did not live up to what I expected based on it's write up on Garmin's website. I like the slim footprint which does allow for easier portability but when it comes to the actual gps' functionality it's definitely lacking when compared to the 765T that I was using (seems I'll have to go back to) which gives way better directions.
Summary: Not a bad GPS , typical Garmin, it is light weight , the multi tocuh is clumsy in the way it works, after you have been using and Iphone or an iPod the feel of this is disappointing. This is too much money for how it works.
Summary: I decided to buy the 3760 after having the 250W Garmin for several years. I wanted a GPS unit that would warn me of traffic issues and could route me otherwise, and also one that had a sleeker design. The only problem I had with my 250W Garmin was that it took a long time to pick up satellites and then route me to the place that i wanted to go. The 3760 has upgrades like a better design, sleek, can be hand held horizontally or vertically and it does look like an IPhone.
Summary: This GPS is head and shoulders better than my previous NUVI GPS. It is slim, sleek and has some really great features. I love the builtin bluetooth, the red-light camera alert is very helpful. Much easier to work with the sound. it is far more responsive and the routes are excellent. Much more improved. However ... periodically it just blanks out ... loses the route and leaves me high and dry. I have to re-start it to get it back. The traffic function is laughable.
Summary: The first thing you will notice is the screen; sharp, bright and viewable in almost all conditions. Garmin adopted an iphone design (aka iphone 4) and some of the gui. You can see it landscape or portrait mode depending on how you are holding it. You can also use two fingers to zoom in and out, change perspective and even rotate the map. Though after trying the unit, it was hard going to other gps interfaces.