Excerpt: We have had a lot of requests for a comparison of the . Both are mid-tier priced GPS units for the car that are good performers in their own way. We have used them both at the GPS Lodge, and wrote up reviews on them. Let's take a look at the two GPS units.
Conclusion: The StreetPilot c340 is quite easy to use and I would be pleased except for the misleading navigation directions and upcoming street announcement problems (see Practical Use, above). I'm not sure if I would be comfortable with that.
Pros: Some misleading navigation directions, Upcoming street announcement too late
Cons: Relatively mall size, Can be used while on foot, Optional traffic information capability
Excerpt: We are happy to have yet another automotive GPS for review here at the GPS Lodge. We have been cycling through a few, and this time we get to drive around with the for a couple of weeks. The StreetPilot C340 is in the upper part of the mid-tier for the automotive segment.
Excerpt: and has a few more details on the new unit. specifically they add some info on the traffic avoidance features:"The c340 also shows you congested traffic areas via color-coded maps, but to take advantage of this feature, you'll have to purchase the optional traffic receiver for $199.99, which...
Excerpt: today along with the other crop of new models. The Streetpilot c340 is a compact lower priced model that has adopted the traffic ready feed features of the higher priced Streetpilot 2720. (See related coverage
Excerpt: Modello di punta della serie StreetPilot, il c340 incorpora la cartografia dell'intera Europa, precaricata nella memoria interna dello strumento. Le sue caratteristiche esclusive sono la possibilità di collegare il ricevitore di informazioni sul traffico e la funzione "Text To Speech", che pronuncia...