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Magellan CrossoverGPS 2500T

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Overall 7

Magellan CrossoverGPS

PC Magazine
23 May 2008
  • Conclusion: For the biking, hiking, or boating enthusiast who also wants good, solid vehicle navigation, the CrossoverGPS is an excellent choice.
  • Pros: Excellent battery life. Built-in topographical contour maps for continental U.S. IPX-4 waterproofness rating. Text-to-speech conversion.
  • Cons: Marine maps are optional. No vehicle profiles for bicycle/pedestrian modes.
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Overall 6

Magellan CrossoverGPS

20 October 2007
  • Summary: The Magellan CrossoverGPS is a versatile GPS, offering navigation help to drivers, boaters, and walkers, but it's tripped up by sluggish performance.
  • Pros: The Magellan CrossoverGPS offers navigation for drivers, boaters, and walkers. The unit is also water resistant and comes with a sport guard for protection. The receiver did a great job of tracking our location, and driving directions were accurate.
  • Cons: General performance was sluggish, and the unit was slow to recalculate routes. It's also too big and heavy to carry on long walks or hikes, and you can't enter specific addresses in Outdoor mode.
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Magellan CrossoverGPS review

GPS Tracklog
10 January 2007
  • Excerpt: For the past few weeks I’ve been trying out the Magellan CrossoverGPS , which is billed as marrying auto navigation features with those of a ruggedized outdoor handheld. When first announced, this receiver was referred to as the Magellan RoadMate 2500T .
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Overall 7
Performance 8

Magellan CrossoverGPS

PC Authority
6 December 2007
  • Summary: Not the best road handling, but the offroad features could make it very attractive.
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Overall 7

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
8 November 2007
  • Summary: Magellan's CrossoverGPS unit is a fair effort, but it's lacking in some areas. If you do your fair share of walking and boating though, this is definitely worth a look.
  • Pros: Crossover unit means flexibility, solid build quality and rugged design, water resistant
  • Cons: Can't enter addresses in walking mode, a little sluggish, user interface looks outdated, volume could be louder
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