Magellan RoadMate

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Recensione esperto da : Jamie Lendino (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 9055

 

Not only does the Magellan RoadMate 9055 portable GPS device pack a huge 7-inch screen, it's a solid performer on the road, and it's exceptionally easy to use.

Extra-large, 7-inch LCD. Very fast UI and POI search. Unusually flexible mount works in a wide variety of vehicles. Free lifetime traffic with no ads. Useful AAA TourBook. A/V input.

Chosen routes aren't always the quickest. No speed limit signs. Map updates cost extra. Its sheer size could be an issue in smaller vehicles.

Navigation Performance, Other Features, and Conclusions Map graphics are the same as before; serviceable, but not exceptionally detailed. At least the roads themselves lack visible pixelation. Using the volume and zoom controls is easy thanks to their...

03/2011

Recensione esperto da : Jamie Lendino (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 2035

 

The bargain-price Magellan RoadMate 2035 covers all of the basics, and even includes free lifetime traffic alerts, but comes with frequent, sometimes-annoying ads.

Accurate routing. Clear, robust voice prompts. Fast recalculations. Free lifetime traffic alerts.

Frequent, persistent ads. No 2D or 3D lane assistance. No speed limit signs.

Navigation, Voice Prompts, and Conclusions In a series of routing tests, the RoadMate 2035 performed well. Magellan's route choices continue to differ slightly from TomTom and Garmin units, though the 2035 never steered me wrong. Map graphics looked...

07/2010

Recensione esperto da : Antuan Goodwin (cnet.com)

Magellan RoadMate 1470 review: Magellan RoadMate 1470

 

The screen features a matte finish that does a good job of diffusing glare which, along with the bright backlighting, keeps the unit usable when viewed in direct sunlight.

The Magellan RoadMate's OneTouch menu puts the most commonly accessed destinations and searches at a user's fingertips at all times. The smartly designed destination confirmation screen gives users a good deal of flexibility as to how they get where...

Poorly designed cradle interferes with power cable when mounting. The onscreen keyboard cannot be changed from its alphabetical layout to a more familiar QWERTY layout.

The Magellan RoadMate matches the competition's performance and ease of use, while providing a larger screen at a lower price.

11/2009

Recensione esperto da : Craig Ellison (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 1470

 

Besides packing a larger-than-average 4.7-inch screen, Magellan's RoadMate 1470 is easy to use and serves up six million POIs.

Larger-than-average 4.7-inch screen. Maps for U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. Excellent interface and POI search capabilities. AAA TourBook guide. Text-to-speech conversion. Multisegment routing. Lane assist.

No pedestrian mode or support for multiple vehicle profiles. Limited route avoidances. Limited language and voice support.

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04/2009

Recensione esperto da : Craig Ellison (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 1430

 

The widescreen RoadMate 1430 boasts many of the same high-end features of its premium Maestro siblings, without the premium price tag.

Multisegment routing. Live traffic information. Intuitive interface. Traffic receiver integrated into the case.

Some functions are sluggish. Occasional unexplained route recalculations.

Your calculated route is highlighted in bright green on the map screen. At the bottom of the display, one data field shows you the distance to your next turn. You can toggle between distance to your destination, estimated time of arrival, and remaining...

07/2008

Recensione esperto da : Craig Ellison (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 2000

 

The RoadMate 2000 portable GPS system is a good choice for the value-conscious consumers.

Sensitive Receiver. QuickSpell facilitates data input. Multisegment routing.

Some functions, such as finding the nearest gas station or changing map views take too many taps of the screen.

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10/2006

Recensione esperto da : Craig Ellison (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 860T

 

The Magellan RoadMate 860T improves on its predecessor, but it still doesn't compare with the best GPS devices out there.

Excellent POI categories. Live traffic data with automatic rerouting. QuickSpell facilitates data entry. Text-to-speech conversion announces street names. Supports multisegment trip routing.

Can't play music while navigating. Awkward software application required for transferring music and picture files. Traffic data lacks list view.

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06/2006

Recensione esperto da : John R. Delaney (cnet.com)

Magellan RoadMate 360 review: Magellan RoadMate 360

 

Intro The Magellan RoadMate 360 is the most affordable ($499.99) member of the company's RoadMate series of vehicle navigators, and like its more expensive siblings, it offers a powerful GPS receiver and accurate, turn-by-turn, voice-guided driving...

The Magellan RoadMate 360 is an affordable GPS device you can easily move from car to car. It offers voiced-guided driving directions, a large points-of-interest database, and a strong 14-channel receiver.

The Magellan RoadMate 360 lacks some of the extra features offered in similarly priced systems, such as traffic services and Bluetooth.

The Magellan RoadMate 360 is a good bet if you're looking for an accurate vehicle navigator for less than $500, but we wish it offered a few more features.

05/2006

Recensione esperto da : Oliver Kaven (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 360

 

The Magellan RoadMate 360's preloaded maps and turn-by-turn guidance are great, but maneuvering the interface is more difficult than it should be.

Good screen. Complete set of U.S. maps built into the system.

No 3D view. Unintuitive Interface.

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12/2005

Recensione esperto da : Craig Ellison (pcmag.com)

Magellan RoadMate 760

 

Despite its lack of a 3D map view, the excellent navigation options make the RoadMate 760 a very road-worthy system.

Excellent navigation features including Smart Detour and text-to-speech. Announces street names. Well-categorized points of interest.

Menu system less intuitive and more difficult to learn than other in-car GPS systems. Lacks 3D map view.

The 760's 20GB hard drive is preloaded with street-level maps for the continental United States (including Hawaii), Canada, and Puerto Rico. The database also contains close to seven million points of interest (POIs). European maps are conveniently...

08/2005

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