Garmin Nuvi 360
Manufacturer: Garmin Part number: 010-00538-00
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- Average user rating: 4.0 stars out of 90 reviews
- Navigator. Translator. Entertainer. Tour Guide. Garmin's nüvi 360 is one versatile little GPS. This pocket-sized Personal Travel Assistant now comes with hands-free Bluetooth wireless technology in addition to the popular features offered in the nüvi 350 - making it the go-anywhere travel companion.
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Worth the wait and the money
by earl.e.adopter on July 29, 2006
Pros: Size, weight, functionality, Bluetooth capability
Cons: Some POIs outdated, no ability to teach better routes
Summary: I have owned the new Nuvi 360 for two weeks now. Previous to this, I had the Nuvi 350, which is also an excellent device. Since the function is identical ...
Summary: I have owned the new Nuvi 360 for two weeks now. Previous to this, I had the Nuvi 350, which is also an excellent device. Since the function is identical in nearly every regard to the 350, there is little point in covering the basics in much depth, but it's worth re-stating some of them. I will go into great detail on the Bluetooth functionality below.
This is such a handy device, and is so well executed, that you would be hard-pressed not to love it. The first thing I noticed about the Nuvi was its incredibly small size and weight. I could not believe how light it was. I literally expected it to have at least twice the heft when I went to pick it up the first time - it was like picking up a deck of cards, but lighter.
The antenna is a flap that is raised from the back, maybe about the size of a matchbook. When raised the Nuvi immediately starts locking in on satellites, when lowered, the unit knows you are through navigating for a while. Intuitive and effective.
Navigation on the Nuvi is very good, fast, and intuitive. It's no different from many of Garmin's other offerings in that regard. Some buildings and businesses that you would expect to be shown as POIs are not there, but most are. One thing I would suggest: when a route is less than ideal, Garmin should allow you to correct it permanently so that it does not re-suggest the non-preferred route each time.
The screen clarity is good, but I understand that an antiglare screen protector is made which really improves the clarity. I will probably be researching and buying one, as direct sun does make the screen very hard to read.
I had a problem with my Nuvi 350 that I have not observed on the new 360. Sometimes the 350 would not lock onto the satellite signal. Once it went into this mode of searching for, but not locking in, for over a minute it just never found anything. The only way I found to correct this was to push the small reset button under the antenna. I notice that another reviewer found that his new 360 had the same problem. This must be a bug in some Nuvi units that would be worth following up with Garmin on. I can tell you that my 360 NEVER has required a reboot, and I've been using it continuously.
I did not test the MP3 functionality beyond verifying that it plays back the songs that are pre-loaded for demo purposes. I didn't care about this feature; I'm very happy with my iPod for song management and playback. I can verify that you would not want to use the Nuvi's internal speaker for song playback, though. It's good enough to use as a speakerphone and for voice prompts, but it's not a hi-fi.
Now, for the fun part: Bluetooth functionality. I have been using it with my BlackBerry 8700c with excellent results so far. I had no problems with the initial discovery and mating process. The interface is robust. What happens is that once your phone has made the connection with the 360, a phone icon appears on the Nuvi. You can now use the 360 to call ANY POI directly from the screen! This is truly amazing; you are now walking around with the yellow pages in the palm of your hand, sortable by your current location, or any other location you choose. I just find the Point of Interest, and touch the phone number of that POI, and the phone starts dialing it. The sound comes out through the speaker of the Nuvi, and conversations have been natural so far. It's working like an absolute charm, and this single feature moves the device beyond anything else available right now.
When you select the phone icon from the main screen, several phone-related icons appear. From the phone screen, you can make a call manually, access your address book, call a POI, etceteras. The manual dial function works fine from the touchscreen. The really cool news: Nuvi automatically downloads your phone's address book to its database when it makes the initial Bluetooth link. So, if your phone supports this functionality, you can use it for all dialing functions, since the display is so much nicer than most phones, and the touchscreen works really well. You can always break the BT connection once you get the number dialed if you want a private, non-speakerphoned conversation. I have done that many times already. Once your call ends, the connection to the Nuvi is reestablished automatically. One word of warning: BlackBerry does not support sending its addresses to the Nuvi, so I was unable to test the download feature, but this does not surprise me given BlackBerry's security obsession. I am confident that it would work fine with other supported phones.
Overall, the device is a joy to operate. The battery life is good, although I would not call it excellent. The menus are very intuitive. The accuracy is very high. Even the windshield mount earns my praise. I did a lot of research on the Nuvi, comparing it in excruciating detail to the latest Tom Tom 910, the Magellan Roadmate 800, etceteras. The 350 was a great unit, the 360's Bluetooth functionality makes it even better, and worth the extra money for me.
Note: I just returned from a 4 day trip to Banff, Canada during which I logged another 20 hours of driving. The unit continues to perform perfectly, including comprehensive POIs in the Banff/Lake Louise area. I also discovered an amazing feature I had not noticed before. I was unfamiliar with the Lake Louise area and had three hungry kids in the car. I pressed Where To, then Restaurants, and the list appeared, in order of proximity to my moving vehicle. Each listing showed the distance to that restaurant, with a little arrow next to it showing the exact direction to that restaurant. I just left it on this page and drove around, following the arrows, which moved as I did, until I found a restaurant that looked good. What an amazing device. I also have nothing but praise for the window mount. Seems like a small thing, but it's so solid and well-designed I had to make special mention of it. It has a lever to easily create a large suction force, the ball joints are very solid, and the method of attachment to the Nuvi is just extremely well designed.
100 out of 100 users found this user opinion helpful.
Go with the 350
by sq1972 on September 12, 2006
Pros: User friendly, Portable, Long Battery Life
Cons: Bluetooth causes unit to freeze, Expensive, X-tra $130 for FM traffic
Summary: I shelled out the extra $100 to get the bluetooth functionality, but it caused more problems than it was worth. I first linked my wife's LG phone to the ...
Summary: I shelled out the extra $100 to get the bluetooth functionality, but it caused more problems than it was worth. I first linked my wife's LG phone to the unit, but it could not open her phone book so all outgoing call have to be dialed on the phone's keypad. However, when I linked my motorolla phone to the unit, the phone book appeared on the 360 and I was able to make calls. The first call worked fine, but the second one caused the unit to freeze requiring a hard reset. Each time I tried using the phone function, it worked for the first call but froze during the second--which is a problem if you are driving in an unfamiliar area and need to rely on the map.
It would have been nice to have the phone function particularly because when you search any of the millions of points of interest (which came in very handy during vacation in southern cal), aside from full address info, you get a little phone incon on the screen that allows you to directly place a call to the point of interest without having to whip out your cell.
Aside from the phone glitches, directions provided are perfect and it works well with the FM traffic receiver to rout you around trouble spots if you are in a large metropolitan area (chicago for me). However, the traffic receiver is a separate connection makes for too many wires. I'm trying to decide whether to save a few bucks and go with the 350 since the phone function is useless or to spend a bit more when the 660 comes out in a few days which hopefully corrected the bluetooth bugs and already has the traffic receiver built in (only 3 months free though compared to the 15 month deal you get with the separate antenna).
36 out of 36 users found this user opinion helpful.
Pretty good so far
by DakranII on July 12, 2006
Pros: Routing seems accurate, size is great, very portable, nice looking maps and routes, POIs I have searched for are available, is fully charged right out of the box! That's a first for me.
Cons: Having a few quirks with bluetooth, a lot of features I'll probably never use, expensive
Summary: For everyone who is asking, they are available at some retailers now. Just do a little searching and you'll find it. And, if nothing else, you can get it ...
Summary: For everyone who is asking, they are available at some retailers now. Just do a little searching and you'll find it. And, if nothing else, you can get it on eBay too.
I've had mine for a week and this is the first GPS unit I have ever owned or used, so I may not be as insightful as others could be. I did a lot of searching online and what attracted me to this unit was the bluetooth and the size and Garmin's reputation. Plus, the positive reviews for the Nuvi 350 almost made me purchase that one despite no bluetooth, so when I saw this one I knew it was the one for me.
The routes have been great, it gives me routes that I would normally take. It does a great job of recalculating when you go off-route. The bird's eye view is great and the user interface is pretty intuitive. I had it working pretty easily right out of the box. There are a variety of voices to choose from as well, which is nice. Plus, one really nice thing is, mine came completely charged!! Thank you Garmin for not making me wait to use my new toy while it charges for 3 hours like every other piece of tech I've ever purchased!
The POIs seem to be pretty good, it has found everything I've looked for in the last few days, including a small neighborhood restaurant. Being able to dial the POIs is a great feature as well. I haven't tested it too extensively, but searching for maybe 10 things, it has been able to locate all of them for me.
The bluetooth has been pretty decent. I paired it with a Blackberry 7100g (cingular) and didn't have any problems pairing. I've had a few conversations that worked pretty well. My sister said that it sounded fine on her except that it was obvious she was on speaker phone. I wish the phone book transfer was available with the blackberry, but it isn't. I have a friend who has cingular as well and trying to call him a few times ends up not working. It shows that it is dialing, but it never rings and never disconnects. But, if he calls me, it rings right through and I can answer it on the nuvi.
I haven't used any of the travel guide/language/currency converter stuff. The audio books things would be nice if I travelled distances. The mp3 player isn't anything fancy, the speaker on the nuvi distorts with too loud of music, but I suppose you could use an fm transmitter or hook it directy to your stereo if you have the input. I synced a song to the nuvi using Windows Media Player, but I couldn't find it on the device with the mp3 player. I searched it on my computer when I got back home and it had created a folder for the song, but all of the other music (sample tunes) were in a different folder, so I transfered the song to that folder manually. The mp3 player still couldn't find the file. I haven't played around with it since then, as it wasn't a pressing matter, but perhaps I'm just missing something right now. The sample songs played just fine on the unit though.
The Garmin lock feature seems nice, but if it gets stolen, it's gone. The lock feature won't do much good then. I thought it sounded like a neat idea, but what's the point the lock now that I have it? I suppose if you use the Nuvi as a harddrive and put sensitive documents on there.
It comes with a windshield mount, a plastic disk with adhesive to create your own mounting space, a car/cigaratte lighter charger, a household outlet charger, a nice leather case to protect the screen (I throw it in my pocket or in my wife's purse when not in the car to keep it from getting stolen) and instuction booklets/quick start guides in several languages.
That's about all I can think of right now. If you ask questions, I'll check back periodically to see if I can answer them.
27 out of 27 users found this user opinion helpful.
Love it, but you MUST upgrade the software...
by toughsell on December 16, 2006
Pros: Size, Size, Size... Very User Friendly... Tells you the actual street names to turn on... Bluetooth Technology
Cons: (1) No external volume control (2) sound quality is a bit lacking when it comes to listening to your MP3s, (3) only plays MP3 format, (4) the map is not as realistic looking as the Tom Tom
Summary: Here's the deal, I have researched every GPS device out there and I have read just about every review AND spoken with seven of my friends who own everything ...
Summary: Here's the deal, I have researched every GPS device out there and I have read just about every review AND spoken with seven of my friends who own everything from a Tom Tom to a Nuvi. When it come to the Nuvi 360 - You CAN'T go wrong. The device is well made and loads of fun. By now you have read many reviews and you know all about the great features
One word of caution. I was having trouble picking up satellite connections for the first two weeks and I was getting rather frustrated. It was taking about three to five minutes or longer to acquire a signal and that was just unacceptable. I therefore contacted Garmin and that problem has since been resolved.
You see, the software on many of the Nuvi 360s out there is already out-dated by the time you buy it. As of the time of this write-up (12/15/06), you should be using software version 3.30 on your Nuvi 360.
So how do you know... You can check which software is on your Nuvi 360 by (1) turning on your device, (2) pressing on the "tools" icon which looks like a wrench located on the right side of the screen, (3) pressing the "System" icon, and (4) pressing the "About" button located on the bottom of the screen.
If you don't have version 3.30 (or better at some point in the future) then you must connect your Garmin to your computer via the USB cable and log on to Garmin's website to download the latest software (which is FREE)... There are quite a few updates so be patient. It took about 20 minutes to upgrade my system on a cable modem connection.
One more very important thing to be aware of... For the best reception, you want to keep the antenna at a 90 degree angle. That means you should ONLY open it half way. This will increase the surface area and allow you to pick up a satellite feed much faster and with much more signal strength.
Okay, one last thing... The Nuvi 360 offers WAAS technology. So what does that mean? It means that the Nuvi 360 will constantly search for the best satellite signal out there and give you better accuracy then the Tom Tom (only if you have the WAAS option turned on). So, that begs the question: Why not always have it turned on? The answer is: Battery Life. If you have it turned on, just be sure that you are connected to an external power supply (i.e. your car) because the uses a lot of power since it is constantly searching for optimal signals. To turn the WAAS option on, just follow the instructions I gave you above in steps 1 through 3 and then press the WAAS option at the top of the screen.
All in all, this is a fantastic GP device and definitely worth buying. Shop carefully because prices vary widely. I bought mine over the internet from a reputable source and saved $275 over the retail stores. As of 12/15/06 you should not be paying more than $575 (and the price is now coming down even further because Garmin has introduced a widescreen version: Nuvi 660).
In any event. Check out the prices on Cnet.com and find out who is offering it at competitive prices. I know this was a long review, but I hope this helps...
22 out of 22 users found this user opinion helpful.
Perfect for road trips, around town, or just killing time.
by tula90 on November 21, 2006
Pros: navigation, maps, user interface, touchscreen, size, bluetooth, features and functionality!
Cons: haven't had it for long, so none so far...
Summary: After doing a lot of research, I decided on the Nuvi 360 over everything else remotely in this price range. It was ready to go out of the box. I'...
Summary: After doing a lot of research, I decided on the Nuvi 360 over everything else remotely in this price range. It was ready to go out of the box. I'm one of those guys who enjoy reading the manual, but after a few pages it became very clear that the manual was unnecessary. No instruction was needed to get this baby on the road and you headed in the right direction.
The day I got it, my wife, friends and I hit the road for a 3 hour trip to make a concert AT NIGHT. I took no backup directions and relied entirely on the Nuvi to get us to a place we had never been before. The 360 took us right to the front door. I was relieved and excited at the same time!
The size is perfect. It looks compact and neat on the dash and it is not visually intrusive for the driver. The colors and back light is bright. The night time mode and the ability to dim at a user determined time is nice. The Nuvi is easy to place in and remove from the included window mount, which I highly recommend that you do considering that this little fellow would look mighty attractive sitting in the window to passing thieves.
The most impressive thing so far is the POI feature. The list is extensive and includes food, gas, lodging and even schools. My wife is in education and travels all over the state to different schools so this is perfect for her. On the way to the concert we all wanted to stop and eat. My wife, who is not necessarily technologically savvy, was able to navigate the menus and pull up a list of fast food restaurants. We found a Chick-fil-a that everyone wanted and set it as a via point. My friends were amazed and are now considering getting one.
There are a lot of other features that are both useful and fun, too many for me to go over. I’ll just say that this device is as advertised and then some. I highly recommend this to anyone looking to get a portable nav system.Updated
I noticed that other reviewers put price as a negative and to be honest, it is a nice chunk of change. I had to make it my early Christmas gift. However, considering that you can't get anything worth having these days for under a $200, the price I paid is not that bad. New gaming systems are $500 and I much rather have access to Roadways of North America and Europe for as long as it keeps working. So, for what it is, the money is worth it. Look around, I got mine for $560.
17 out of 17 users found this user opinion helpful.
I am thrilled that I bought this!
by civen on September 1, 2006
Pros: Bluetooth, Compact, Sharp Screen, Great Response Time, Fabulous Information about POI's, Tracks Travel Data
Cons: MP3 player is useless since there is one speaker only.
Summary: I just reurned from a trip with my NUVI and must say that it exceeded my expectations. I bought the NUVI 360 online for under $700.00. There is no ...
Summary: I just reurned from a trip with my NUVI and must say that it exceeded my expectations. I bought the NUVI 360 online for under $700.00. There is no reason for you to pay more right now, just search price online.
The Nuvi arrived and was ready for action right out of the box. I turned it on, mounted it in the window suction mount that holds solid as a rock. Immediately my location appeared and I was ready to punch in my destination. Within seconds my route was established and I was on my way. The voice prompts alone could have taken me where I was going, but the screen also highlighted my route clearly. The turns were noted in advance with a voive prompt that named the street as well, very cool. There are two voices to choose from, Jack or Jill. Others are available if you want different accents, etc. There are 8 languages to choose from with the NUVI 360. A few awesome features include the bluetooth that syncs to my phone and my phones contact list. I can make and recive calls handfree! Also, if you want to find a place to eat, gas station, golf course, etc. just ask NUVI and seconds later an array are choices are available with addresses, phone numbers, and of course directions with the touch of the NUVI's brilliant screen. I found a golf course in a flash driving in Westerly, Rhode Island. This unit is incredible and a must for travelers or sales people on the road. Another feature I like is the tracking data that is stored for your trip. The unit calculates your time of arrival to the minute and tells you your time driving, time waiting, average speed, max speed and direction. Included with the item is a home charger, car charger, pouch and USB cable, plus the window mounting device. Finally the unit has other applications that you can read about on the Garmin website that are somewhat useful, but mere throw ins after you consider the primary use of this device is a GPS. I hope if you are on the fence you take the plunge and buy this as it is well worth the cost! Also, if bluetooth isn't a feature you need you can buy the NUVI 350 for about $100 less.
13 out of 13 users found this user opinion helpful.
Better than the newer Nuvi 660 and the TomTom 910; I'll tell you why.
by chicago user on December 11, 2006
Pros: Truly portable (smallest size out there); Very accurate; Bluetooth and Traffic work great.
Cons: To back out of functions, you have to hit Back button many times, which is a pain; that's it.
Summary: I debated and tried many so-called portable gps units until finally buying (and keeping) this one. This is the one to get. The best ones on market are the Garmin ...
Summary: I debated and tried many so-called portable gps units until finally buying (and keeping) this one. This is the one to get. The best ones on market are the Garmin Nuvi line and the TomTom Go line. Within the Nuvi line, the 660 and 360 are identical, except that the 660 is bigger (negative for portability as compared with smaller 360) and comes with the traffic receiver integrated (plus over the 360). 660 is $200 more in list price and $400 more in reality (street price). 360 can do traffic, too, but have to buy traffic device -- but that purchase includes 15 months of free service, where the 660 only gives you 3 months and then you have to spend $60 for the extra 12 months. 360 fits in pocket (any pocket), but 660 is too long to fit in most pockets -- would only fit comfortably in purse. So, if portability is your driver, get the 360 and not the 660. If size and price don't matter, then you may prefer the 660.
Why Nuvi over TomTom? Well, the 910 is a fantastic model, but it is not very portable, and has maps and POI's that are more outdated than Garmin Nuvi line. On plus side, TomTom 910 has 20 gb harddrive, with 12 gb free for your music storage, and its routing software is much better than Garmin's. But in day to day use, Garmin's routing is good enough, and portability means that you will have it with you in all situations, including when you are traveling. Also, Garmin mount is truly clip on/clip off, where TomTom's is difficult.
I also looked at Magellan's new lines, but its routing was not very good (worse than both TomTom and Garmin), and it is much bigger than Nuvi -- even the new Magellan portable lineup of 2200T and Crossover models.
So, in end, if portability is your top goal, go with Nuvi 360 (text to speech (says street names), bluetooth, loud speaker volume (when mounted in car, sound reflects off windshield and sounds like it's in radio or center of car), and traffic function with add-on cable (I have it, and despite negative comments re TMC accuracy, I have found it to be very accurate in Chicago and a lifesaver)).
If you search around, you can find it in major chains and locally in reliable stores for $540-$550. At that price, it is an unparelleled deal -- given that 600 is $900 bucks ($750 at best, lowest, online price).
Trust me, and enjoy.
11 out of 11 users found this user opinion helpful.
Easy to use, solid mount, unit died after one week
by mrhowland on September 16, 2006
Pros: Touch screen operations were easy to use. Window mount easy to apply and very secure. Day and night display and ability to run that auto or choose. Easy to enter where to, allows favorites.
Cons: Unit died after one week of operation. Would not turn on. I am returning for exchange. Some routes are poor selections. No ability to save prefered route.
Summary: Based on other reviews, I had similar positive experience out of the box until unit would not turn back on. Called Garmin, after 20 minutes on hold, they were guick ...
Summary: Based on other reviews, I had similar positive experience out of the box until unit would not turn back on. Called Garmin, after 20 minutes on hold, they were guick to agree my unit was defective and offered to arrange repair under warantee. I opted to return to on-line store (Shipdog.com) who was quick to respond with return authorization. Will give it one more try as I seem to be an isolated case based on user reviews. Maps were good, but as you might expect, not up to date in areas of new constuction. I had not fully researched how often Garmin updates and policy to obtain updated maps yet. Other than defective unit, my only two complaints were that some routes left you scratching your head as not at all what you would select from reading a map and not ideal at all. Recalculate function corrected pretty well to route you were taking, but no ability to save the preferred route.....when you would take it again. The second complaint is that maps would add side detail, then not list names of roads. So, I knew where the parks, lakes, malls, golf courses where, but not the names of the major roads near and across my route? Did not have functioning unit well long enough to explore settings and map displays to see if this is correctable. My rating would have been higher, had the unit not died on me.
11 out of 11 users found this user opinion helpful.
So far (one day) Great!
by TavoD on July 19, 2006
Pros: Size, TTS, BT, mapping info, POI integrated to BT, etc
Cons: None significant
Summary: My 1st GPS was (still have it) a Garmin Streetpilot 330. I struggled following directions in very tight intersections and many times I took the wrong street so I got ...
Summary: My 1st GPS was (still have it) a Garmin Streetpilot 330. I struggled following directions in very tight intersections and many times I took the wrong street so I got a Nuvi 360 mostly for its TTS capability and secondary because the screen in the 330 is difficult to see in bright sunlight. I've had the nuvi for a couple of days and it's addressed this two issues very nicely. But I am additionally pleased with how fast it acquires satellites, it's accuracy and the fact that touching on the screen on POI gives you address and phone of the place, AND more pleased on how it integrates all that with my BT phone, I have a BT headset and it is now going to be used only when I'm not in my car. I have an iPod connected directly to my stereo, so the MP3 player is of no value for me. The only reason I don't give it a 10 is that occasionally when I turn it on it hangs with a message that it is updating the BT firmware and I have to reset it. I'm contacting Garmin to figure out why it does that.
11 out of 11 users found this user opinion helpful.
first gps unit
by 59klh on July 30, 2006
Pros: so small, so easy to operate
Cons: I wish it did not have the music/photo features
Summary: I have been waiting and it finally arrived, wow. I had it up and running in 20 minutes out of the box. I had read the manual on line weeks ...
Summary: I have been waiting and it finally arrived, wow. I had it up and running in 20 minutes out of the box. I had read the manual on line weeks ago. The size and Bluetooth feature is what sold me in my research of gps units for my car. I have a cingular 8125 and the two synched up with ease.Yes, the sound isn't like having the phone in your hand but its GOOD enough.I did get an ear piece as well, The functions are easy and convenient.I used the dash mount(stickey pad) with great thought about my new car dash but I wanted it to sit directly in front of my face(NO DISTRACTION AT ALL) with out obstructing my view.When I remove the mount you really don't notice the sticky pad, so I'm happy with that.This being my first GPS and after researching for 5+months I am VERY pleased with the Nuvi 360. I will probably never use the photo or music feature.I have lived at the same address for ten years and I am finding out the names of streets that I never knew, something kinda funny!I give the Nuvi 360 a 9+Updated
I stated in my original "opinion" that the sound wasn't that good. What I ment to say was, when I called some one from the Nuvi they stated that it sounded as though I was in a cave,mono like but they could hear me just fine.I puchased the external mic which I stated was a earplug, and have not tried it yet. As far as me being able to hear them through the Nuvi it sounds fine.Just wanted to clarify.Still give it a 9+Updated
I stated in my original opinion that the sound was not good,what I ment was that when I call from the Nuvi the other party said it sounded "mono" like,but could hear me just fine.I stated that I purchaced an earpiece as well, that was incorrect.I purchased an "external mic" that I have not tried yet which might make a difference when speaking to someone? As for hearing the other party through the Nuvi it is fine.I still give the Nuvi 360 a 9+Updated
Has anyone with a nuvi 350/360 had any issues with the suction mount not "holding" to either the dash mounted disk or windshield, say after a period of 20 miles/30 minutes?I am experiencing this problem while ALL surfaces are clean etc.
6 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
- Manufacturer: Garmin
- Part number: 010-00538-00
- Description: Navigator. Translator. Entertainer. Tour Guide. Garmin's nüvi 360 is one versatile little GPS. This pocket-sized Personal Travel Assistant now comes with hands-free Bluetooth wireless technology in addition to the popular features offered in the nüvi 350 - making it the go-anywhere travel companion.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Product Type GPS receiver
- Recommended Use Automotive
- Preloaded Maps North America
- Receiver 12 channel
- Integrated Components Digital player
- Card Reader SD Memory Card
- Interface USB
- Voice Warnings,
- Included Software Garmin City Navigator North America NT
- Compatible Software MapSource MetroGuide
- SBAS EGNOS,
- Antenna Built-in
- Accuracy Position - 33 ft,
Velocity - 1.64 ft/sec,
Position - 16 ft ( With WAAS ),
Velocity - 0.16 ft/sec ( With WAAS )
- Update Rate 1/second
- Features Alarm,
2D / 3D map perspective,
Hands-free calling via Bluetooth,
Optional external GPS antenna connection
- Type TFT - Color - Yes
- Diagonal Size 3.5 in
- Resolution 320 x 240
- Display Illumination Yes
- Features Anti-glare
- Warm 1 sec
- Cold 38 sec
- Waypoints 500
- Trip Computer Fast/short route,
Avoid toll roads,
- Supported Audio Formats MP3
- Supported Image Formats JPG
- Connector Type USB,
Headphones - Mini-phone 3.5 mm,
Antenna - MCX
- Type Lithium ion
- Included Qty 1
- Run Time (Up To) 8 hour(s)
- Included Accessories Car power adapter,
AC power adapter,
Automotive windshield mount
Dimensions & Weight
- Width 3.9 in
- Depth 0.9 in
- Height 2.9 in
- Weight 5.1 oz
- Service & Support 1 year warranty
- Min Operating Temperature 32 °F
- Max Operating Temperature 140 °F