Summary: I had a older model but it fell a broke. This model has more detailed directions and more features.This is a great value for a GPS. It's not big but that's OK you can put in your pocket and take it with you anywhere. It's hard to understand the voice with some of the street names.
Summary: I already had a Tom-Tom which I was pretty happy with, but I bought the Nextar on a whim because it was featured on one of those deal-of-the-day sites. I paid $39.95. I am now using the Nextar and have retired the more expensive Tom-Tom.
Summary: I actually didn't have much choice in the matter when using this GPS. My mother had purchased this a year before even opening it from some QVC sale. I'm glad she got it, since it's a decent enough GPS for the price. My experiences using the device have all be positive.
Summary: Bought one of these at Kohl's last week for $88. I was skeptical because I haven't researched these and thought the way to go was a Tom-Tom or Garmin. My wife had it in her cart and when I saw it had text to speech written on the box I thought we'd try it.
Summary: This little item offers map updating every 25 feet. It has a good response time if you drive within reasonable speed limits....lead footed speeders will find it to be a bit sluggish if they are driving over 80 m.p.h.. Make sure you download the ActiveSync program from the Microsoft Mobile website...