Conclusion: A large screen, fresh new user interface, AAA's TourBook functionality, and a great price make the Maestro 4040 a compelling in-car navigation device.
Pros: Large, 4.3 inch screen. New, improved user interface. AAA TourBook and roadside-assistance location. Powered by SiRFStar III receiver. Supports multisegment routing and is upgradable to live traffic and voice commands.
Cons: Bluetooth phone interface isn't as robust as on other GPS products. No auto-zoom or auto-volume ability.
Magellan Maestro 4040 GPS Gets Me Where I Want To Go
Personal Electronics buzz
19 June 2007
Excerpt: My work takes me to the length and breadth of the lower 48 states. I may be in a small town or a major metropolitan area. It doesn't matter where I go the Magellan Maestro 4040 gets me where I want to go. The 4.3-inch display is easy on the eyes after a day of traveling it makes a big difference.
Excerpt: The Magellan Maestro 4040 is part of Magellan’s newest lineup — the Maestro series. Like all members of the Maestro family, the 4040 has a wide 4.3″ screen, voice-prompted directions, AAA travel information and a SiRFstarIII chipset . The 4040 also has preloaded maps of the U.S.
Excerpt: Il nuovo Magellan Maestro 4040 , lanciato insieme ad altri nuovi navigatori realizzati da questo produttore, è un dispositivo compatto e dalle levate capacità. Tra le sue caratteristiche principali uno schermo molto grande, ben 4,3 pollici di diagonale e con una risoluzione di 480x272 pixel, il...