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.
You get what you pay for, but you can change that...
Reynaldo Elias, Amazon
13 February 2008
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 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.
Worth the money and easy to use for first timer GPS user
Jennie Simms, Amazon
6 February 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: 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 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.