Summary: I ordered it and it does not work. This is very disappointing. I've ordered products from Amazon before and I'ver never had this problem. It came on but the only thing on the screen was Magellan, the name. The operatyin system never came on. I'm not discouraged though.
Summary: This unit was much easier to use than I had expected. The size of the operator's manual was impressive and appeared confusing. But after using the unit for the first time things began to click and using it was simply easy.
Summary: The product is working fine and very easy to use. I has problem in connecting the unit to PC using USB. Magellan support team asked me to send the unit to them for repair. Except USB issue, i have no other issues with the unit.
Summary: I have had the unit for less than a year and find it very convenient, but its maps are outdated and Magellan wants $79.95 for an update. Also, online support is not what I would call helpful, as it fails to give simple instructions on how to update maps.
Summary: I bought this product and found out the map and POI list was out of date. So I ordered the map update from Magellan for $80. It took Magellan 20 days to get it to me. I tried ordering the update on the web.
Summary: I purchased this Magellan Maestro 3210 GPS as my first GPS. I did not want one with all the bells and whistles (just more to go wrong on them anyway). My GPS has performed very well so far and is easy to set up, understand and use.
Summary: When my Garmin StreetPilot's hard drive failed, I panicked. I had become used to having a GPS device in my car. Since I had recently purchased a for our other car, I couldn't justify getting one of the more full featured models.
Summary: I was super excited to use this GPS after getting my parents a Magellan Maestro 3140 with great results months before. To it's credit, the unit was packed with more than 6 million Points of Interest, a ton of AAA hotel information, and camp site locations and info for the US and Canada! Amazing!