Conclusion: The Maestro 4350, the new flagship navigator in Magellan's product line, includes features that make it a worthy upgrade. But bargain hunters may prefer the older yet still solid 4250, which you can pick up online for $200 less.
Pros: User interface is improved from the Maestro 4250. New OneTouch feature lets you access frequently used destinations or searches quickly. Six-million-entry POI database. Can calculate up to three route profiles simultaneously.
Cons: Voice recognition found in previous models has been removed. Current speed not displayed in map view.
Excerpt: The Magellan Maestro 4350 is one of several new models introduced by Magellan in 2008. This 4.3” wide screen navigator includes the updated “OneTouch” user interface, six million POIs , and text-to-speech. It also comes preloaded with maps of the entire U.S. and Canada, Bluetooth, live traffic and 3D buildings. Other features include AAA TourBook, an FM transmitter and QuickSpell auto-complete.