You get what you pay for, but you can change that...
Reynaldo Elias, Amazon
15 September 2009
Summary: I got this unit for cheap at Office Max as well. The original GPS software was decent, but on long trips it took a long time to recalculate your route if you changed the itinerary to take an alternate route.
Summary: I bought Maxx Digital Explorer I from Office depot.My decision was price driven. Model is well design, comes with MP3 and picture viewer. GPS works fine and tell in advance where to take a turn. battery life is good. Rerouting is good.
Summary: This little thing is handy, and really saved me a couple of time when I got off the freeway. The problem is when I search for an address and it isn't in the list. I can browse to the location on the map but can't find it on a search. That's annoying.
Summary: I, too, was impressed by the price of this product. While I wasn't blessed with an $89 tag, $129 was far better than the $300+ the other big boys were asking. Not being at all familiar with the fancies of the more expensive models, I was thrilled for something simple.
Worth the money and easy to use for first timer GPS user
Jennie Simms "Disco Jen", Amazon
2 January 2008
Summary: I got this at Office Depot for an incredible deal of $89 after rebate. So far it does pretty much everything that I needed. It recalculates quickly and has been very accurate with driving directions. My only complaint is with the limited POI's.
Summary: I got this gps at Office Depot. Upsides: I've tested it out on about 7 different trips (all of them I was familiar with already) I took in NY and can say the audible turns and what not it told me to take were nearly flawless.