Summary: the touch screen seem to have a problem when selecting, complicated to get the map updates and berry slow for selecting destination. This is my first time owning a Magellan GPS, and might be the last. I will return this product. I have owned a Tom Tom for 3 years and quality seems to be much better. Only thing Liked about Magellan GPS is the free map updates.
Summary: I have a Magellan RoadMate GPS. Two stars because the functionally of the unit is good. Only two because of the rest of this review. When I bought my RoadMate it came with lifetime map updates. Recently I have have been trying to update them. We use iMacs and MacBooks at our house and for work, I can run Windows, but only in a virtual machines. We do not have a "Windows native machine".
Summary: I have been using farming for many years and tries this Magellan. Although it has many bells and whistles and a lot of info on points of interest , it fell short on simple addressing. Like havin to type in my city every time.. Not finding addresses. INCLUDING where I live. The more complex an electronic device is the more it can mess up. Don't even talk to me about TomTom. That GPS showed me driving in the middle of fields !
Summary: The customer support in Manilla does what it can to help you thru their poorly designed software for updates and map downloads. You need to add a program to your computer to do any updates to the GPS. The server software has many errors which force you to call for support. Purchased software is sent to your email account and then you have to back to Magellan's website to install it. Map update took an hour where my old Garmin was thru the process in 10 minutes.