Summary: Well the concept was good and I was excited to purchase this item. BUT! How many times have you said this? This is a dinosaur item and I knew I was taking a chance purchasing it. I have know reason to complain.
Summary: I like the size, voice quality, and price. I do not like the fact that does not have all the newer roads in Atlanta, I cannot erase previous destinations, it will not connect to my computer to update with the cable included. It is probably an ESO problem - Equipment Superior to Operator.
Summary: I bought this item used simple because it was so damn cheap. It has been working great! Has all the basic features I have seen in every other gps, and the side part with the buttons may seem odd but it's very handy!! Things I like. -The rubber stand is nice and simple and works great.
Summary: This Magellan Roadmate 700 GPS was in perfect shape, complete as described. My son originally bought the same model when it first came out - and paid almost 1,200 dollars. OK, it was just released, with all the fancy features that are now available on the hundred buck variety.
Summary: I enjoy driving and traveling to new locations, by my sense of direction sometimes fails me, especially when traveling city streets instead of major highways. And, even if I am on the RIGHT road, I sometimes need that little assurance of seeing the street name - to be certain that my mind has not...
Summary: The user interface for this GPS is pretty good. It is touchscreen, has 3 users to set up but the only thing I didn't like was their website to get updates. It is not user-friendly. After navigating a while to find the update, you have to pay for it????
Summary: The Magellan RoadMate 700 was a breakthrough when it came out, well worth the roughly $1000 I paid for my first one. It's all the more impressive now that you can have one for well under $100. Pluses: The unit has built-in maps of the entire USA (and Canada, I think). That means it's plug-and-go.
Summary: I bought this for my oldest sons birthday. I did not know a lot about these systems. If I did, I would not have bought this one. Slow to locate satellite. Unit does not charge it has to be plugged in at all times. It could not find his home address, one of the oldest neighborhoods in my city.
Summary: Pros: I have yet to find one. Cons: This is an obsolete model with very old maps, perhaps 6-7 year old. Manufacturer does not provide any support, upgrading the maps is more expensive than a new GPS itself, of the same brand.
Summary: This GPS does exactly what I need it to do, get me from point A to point B throughout the day. Does it have it's quirks, sure. For instance, sometimes when a street changes names, it states it as a turn.