Summary: This is one of the top of the line units, and was very reasonably priced. I'm very pleased, but should have done alittle more research. Would have liked more user adjustments from the map screen and changes. Overall I am very pleased.
Summary: The big screen is nice. The response for the touch screen is fast. What I don't like the product is the waitting time that you need when you first time turn on the GPS. Usually it will take couple of mins before the recalculate starts.
Summary: The Magellan Maestro 5310 Car GPS is a very easy gps to use you would have to be a idiot to not know how to use lol it gets the job done the screen at 5in is easy to see and easy to nav.For my first gps a very good investment.The only down side is the battery life is very limited but for the size of it's no wonder it a battery sucker.I give this gps a 4/5 but still a badass gps.
Summary: I really like this GPS. The screen is large. The volume is plenty loud enough. I keep the volume set at medium. At dusk it switches from a bright to a dark screen. The voice is pleasant and easy to understand. It is easy to enter street data. The directions are accurate. I give the device a mediocre review for two reasons. I purchased two (not from amazon). Both were new and the battery would not hold a charge. However, it is easily replaced for about $19.
Summary: I purchased this unit after evaluating several different vendors and models. It was exactly what I wanted however - PLEASE NOTE THE UNIT DOES NOT HAVE BLUETOOTH NOR VOICE COMMANDS. Amazon has yet to change the descriptions as someone else noted this months ago. The unit works well and I have done the free OS upgrade .
Clarification on unit specs. - Magellan Maestro 5310
Daphne Santiago, Amazon
17 December 2009
Summary: Just to clarify: I own this unit and while it's exactly what I was looking for (needing neither Bluetooth nor Voice Command) I can clarify the inaccurate information stated above - the 5310 has neither of these features. The Magellan Maestro 4050 4.3-Inch Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator has both features available for those who are interested. It is possible that we'll see Voice Command came out as an upgrade for the 5310 as it did for the 4050, but it's not there now.
Summary: This is a beautiful new toy! I love my Magellan Maestro. I have had several GPS's ... usually settling for value over quality. This time I went with what I knew I wanted...larger screen, brighter picture (the others you could not see the screen during the daytime - this one is very clear and bright!