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Magellan Meridian Color

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Magellan Meridian Color

PC Magazine
8 December 2005
  • Excerpt: With its comparatively large 16-color, 120- by 160-pixel backlit display, the Magellan Meridian Color adds a whole new dimension to GPS receivers. It's the first color standalone GPS device in the industry. Yes, it's the most expensive of the devices reviewed here, as well as the biggest, bulkiest, and heaviest, but it displays in color.
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Magellan Meridian Color

16 April 2004
  • Conclusion: The Meridian Color GPS receiver is one of the few handhelds with a color display. It has an SD slot allowing for expandable memory. A slight drawback is having to remove the batteries to access the SD slot. With its larger buttons, many will find it easier to use. If your activities can accommodate a little more room for its larger size, you can benefit from its larger screen, quadrifilar helix antenna, and many other features.
  • Pros: PC cable is difficult to attach., Display is somewhat dim without backlight on., Compass unsteady at speeds under 6-10 MPH.
  • Cons: Holds fix well under heavy foliage and in vehicles., Large screen, Display is color!, Expandable memory slot
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