Summary: I used to have Magellan Roadmate 800 and a few weeks ago I purchased Magellan Roadmate 1412 then I found a coupon for Navigon 2100 max. And here is the comparison chart; some of the entires are my personal opinions and might not reflect everyone's opinion... here it is:
M08- Magellan Roadmate 800
M14- Magellan Roadmate 1412
N21- Navigon 2100 max
Device specific features
M08- Heavy; can play mp3s; can store JPGs
M14- Slim and light
N21- Slim and light (not as light as Mag...
Summary: Well, it GOT me to SC, but couldn't find half of the addresses I needed to go to. The POI selection is also quite limited. When I got to NC it was worse. I was driving up and down one section of hwy 70 for 30 minutes. I finally stopped and asked directions. It turns out I was within .5 miles of my turn, but the maps hadn't been updated on the unit. The new road system has been in place for nearly 5 years in that area.
Summary: The Magellan® RoadMate® 800 in-car GPS unit provides reliable turn-by-turn GPS guidance, plus includes a built-in a MP3 player and photo viewer. The 3.5-in color touch-screen shows your position with multiple views including a maneuver list. Simply...
Summary: I bought this unit specifically to navigate around New England during a 10 day vacation. I agree that the display brightness is terrific, the voice queues are great, and the unit is easy to figure out without reference to documentation. The mounting bracket works well and holds fast. While it took several minutes to initialize in Southern California, when I turned the unit on in Boston it immediately updated.