Summary: Overall, the Magellan Maestro 3100/3140 product is a bit of a disappointment; admittedly I had high hopes for this major re-design. The 3140 unit has the features; Text to speech, AAA information, broad map coverage, and some features like QuickSpell that help you along the way. However, the unit has some interface trouble that creates a drag on the user experience.
Excerpt: The Magellan Maestro 3100 is the entry level GPS in the Magellan Maestro series. It has a 3.5″ touch-screen, the super-sensitive SiRFstar III chipset, 750,000 points of interest (POIs), and is pre-loaded with maps of the 48 contiguous United States.
Conclusion: Compact et sans fonctions élaborées, le Maestro 3100 est l’entrée de gamme des nouveaux navigateurs Magellan. Bien plus moderne que son prédécesseur, il vient se mesurer aux Garmin Nüvi 200 et Mio C220.