Reviews and Problems with Magellan RoadMate 2120T-LM
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Bruce S., Newegg
18 November 2013
Pros: The GPS appears to be working as it should, all functions OK. Set up easily, and hasn't gotten me lost or taken me over a cliff, at least yet. I've only used it to check it out so far, navigating in areas I'm familiar with. It's put me on some roads I'd rather avoid (seasonal, low maintenance), and taken me a few miles farther than I would have on my own. It's generally easier to set up and use than my old TomTom, and seems to acquire the satellites more quickly on st...
Cons: My only con so far is the quality of the audio. It's kind of mushy, road names are frequently unintelligible. My old TomTom spoke much more clearly, and with a more pleasant voice.
Pros: Well, I to be honest have never owned a stand-alone GPS until I bought this one. I have been a computer technician and technohead for the better part of my adult life. Overall I am pleased with this unit. The unit is not perfect, and sometimes it has some problems locating specific streets and such. Overall after I went through the map update process with Magellans software, and creating a account on their website it seems to do real well. These are FACTORY refurbs fo...