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.
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.
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