Excerpt: If there’s a GPS Navigation Device on the market that offers more navigation and easy-to-use multimedia features like stereo MP3 playback and picture viewing, we haven’t seen it. From precise visual and audio guidance at every turn, to a 3.5” diagonal TFT touch screen, the Lowrance iWay 350 has it all. The iWay 350 is built around a 16-channel WASS-enabled GPS receiver and a NAVTEQ database that includes maps for the entire continental U.S.
Conclusion: A great value for a full-featured turn-by-turn GPS navigation system.
Pros: Full-featured, voice-prompted turn-by-turn GPS at a great price. Highly configurable screen with large choice of overlay data elements. Rechargeable internal batteries. Screen visible even in bright sunlight.
Cons: Fewer routing options than in competing units. Use of SD card to play MP3 files seemed to slow down GPS functions.
Excerpt: The Lowrance iWay 350C is a touch-screen GPS with pre-loaded maps of the U.S. and Canada. It includes an MP3 player and photo viewer, along with an FM modulator to stream music and voice-prompted directions to your stereo.
Excerpt: The Lowrance iWay 350C arrived for review at the GPS Lodge and we are pretty happy to see it. Lowrance has been ramping up production on these and I had to wait for Santa to get all of his delivered before I could get a review unit - I don't resent it; it's great sounds like business is brisk. The was recently released and is in the crowded mid-tier automotive GPS segment. It has lots of features laid out in a nice compact product.
Excerpt: Lowrance is moving into the lower end of car GPS units with the Lowrance iWay 350C. It's a feature packed GPS unit that extends the GPS unit with some great extras like photo viewing, MP3 playback, and FM modulation for facilitating the MP3 playback. All of this fits in a tight bundle of GPS features that makes the Lowrance iWay 350 an appealing product in an ever crowded lower tier of the automotive GPS segment.See our Review of the Lowrance iWay 350c:GPS Review:...