Garmin Nuvi 1350LMT
Released August, 2010
The Pros:Accurate directional and locational data for US and Canadian maps. Points Of Interest are constantly refreshing, and load quickly when selected. CityXplorer feature contains comprehensive and accurate public transit information for all major cities.
The Cons:Touchscreen sensitivity issues when using the keypad. Poor Touchscreen sensitivity. Traffic updates often occur only after the user has entered heavy traffic.
The Nuvi 1350LMT is a portable global positioning system receiver from Garmin that offers a step-up from the company's Nuvi 1350T model. Featuring a 4.3-inch backlit TFT touchscreen, this model is equipped with an FM transmitter for free lifetime traffic updates.
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With this function, users are consistently updated with the latest information concerning accidents, construction and other road blocks with automatic detouring offered in time to avoid major delays. The unit's map software can be updated four times a year, ensuring the most up-to-date map interfaces to to include of new streets, houses and businesses. Voice-prompted turn-by-turn navigation is available throughout all of North America and Mexico, with zoomable two and three-dimensional featuring a simulated elevation function with shaded contours. "Lane Assist" provides users with a virtual first-person view of the given street or freeway they are driving on, with arrowed illustrations ensuring that the right lanes are being used at all times. Over six million "Points Of Interest" are included that can be organized based on the user's personal interests, with added "HotFix" satellite technology applying predictive locational data when signal drop-off occurs. Slimmer than many of the other Nuvi models, the 1350LMT is suitable for pedestrian navigation and can be used in conjunction with "CityXplorer" software for accessing public transit information in a wide variety of major towns and cities. In addition, "EcoRoute" mode helps to discover the most fuel-efficient routes with an integrated fuel-consumption meter based on the settings of a given vehicle, offering automatic detour options along the way.
- 4.3-inch backlit TFT color touchscreen
- Lifetime traffic updates
- Lifetime map updates
- MicroSD support
- Voice prompts
- Lane Assist function
- Route avoidance
- Speed limit indicator
- EcoRoute mode
- Custom Points Of Interest
- Garmin Garage car maker and voice customization
- Photo navigation
- Digital image viewer
User Reviews (11)
Accurate directional and locational data for US and Canadian maps
Points Of Interest are constantly refreshing, and load quickly when selected
CityXplorer feature contains comprehensive and accurate public transit information for all major cities
Sunlight-readable display enables omni-directional readability in bright conditions
Lane Assist function allows enough time to safely execute lane changes
Touchscreen sensitivity issues when using the keypad
Poor Touchscreen sensitivity.
Traffic updates often occur only after the user has entered heavy traffic
Sometimes requires extensive interaction to gather directional and locational data
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