GPS Review highlights a “beautiful” device


Nuvi760lf After taking the nü nüvi 760 out for a test drive, the guys at GPS Review call this flagship nüvi, a beautiful GPS device! Upon first glance, they liked that the 760 has nearly all of the advanced features GPS connoisseurs look for: a widescreen display, Bluetooth hands-free calling, traffic updates, and an FM transmitter… just to name a few. Aside from diggin’ the new physical look (this nüvi, unlike it’s counterparts, is black and sports a non-flip-up antenna), they also examined the routing engine, and particularly loved the multi-destination routing (also nü to the nüvi line)! This tool automatically sorts all of your destinations, and provides you with the most efficient route. And while you’re out, keep track of where you’ve been and where you need to go by viewing your trip log that keeps an electronic bread crumb trail of up to 10,000 points.

Traffic, detours, voice and text-to-speech (speaking street names), and the debuting "Where Am I?" feature are also among the features reviewed. The new "Where Am I?" lets you keep track of yourself and your car, and will also help you navigate to the closest hospitals, police stations, fuel stations etc.

So with all this and more, what’s not to love about this nüvi? Check out the entire review, along with the 760 demo and experience it for yourself!

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