One of the cheaper bluetooth, mp3, and 3d max nav gpses around.
9 June 2011
Summary: I think this product is a big step up from the 750 offering on top of mp3 player assisted navigation of lane changing and better 3d display of maps, plus the bluetooth, while a bit flaky, is still a sweet feature. I don't know if the unit itself can be to blame however I had a lot of trouble with FM Transmitter in this gps just randomly quitting and not working at all until I powered down the unit and started it back up.
Summary: I like that it comes with US and Europe maps. One must be accurate with where one touches the screen. It is sensative and a stylus would help. I have not tried out all the features but it has a ton.
Summary: I have a couple of similar Nuvis 700 series , these are extremly handy in Europe , u can use pedestrian mode and walk in Rome for hours and not get lost . Than you can get back to your car if u mark a spot when u left it . Englands video speed cameras very well marked. speed traps area well marked in whole Western Europe but absolutely unuseful in Poland and Slovakia countries. FM transiter and Bluetooth very handy if u need to use cell phone in Europe .
Summary: This is the first car GPS that I have purchased although I have used and seen many. This is a good one. Comes with all the US and European maps preloaded. Very simple to use. No need for a long setup or Manual reading. Follow the prompts and go. Clear screen.
Summary: I bought this unit to replace a nuvi 760 that was lost. As great as the 760 was, this unit is better. I keep the unit set for maximum detail, which slowed the screen refresh rate significantly on the 760. So much so that at 45mph I would be through an intersection before the screen showed I had gotten there. I must say, however, that the voice promps were not delayed. With the 775T on maximum detail the screen stays up with the actual position with no apparent lag.