Excerpt: (1 items) Magellan's Maestro line of GPS devices has always been designed to appeal to consumers who are willing to pay more for more features. And that's still true of the new Maestro 4700 . However, Magellan has also added more features to the models in its budget-friendly RoadMate line—so much so that you have to wonder whether the Maestro 4700 is worth even its slight price premium. The Maestro 4700 has an impressive list of features.
Pros: Magellan One Touch interface is handy, Big, 4.7-inch screen, Excellent POI handling with built-in AAA tour book
Cons: Voice-recognition feature is poorly implemented
Conclusion: A slim and flexible navigation device, the Magellan Maestro 4700 features a big 4.7-inch screen and serves up clear and accurate turn-by-turn directions; forget about talking to it, though.
Pros: Responsive touch screen. Detailed voice prompts. Fast route recalculations. Handy "Find Your Car" feature helps you locate your vehicle in a crowded parking lot.
Cons: Inconsistent voice recognition. Takes a long time to lock location. A little buggy.