Summary: Its a good gps with a few annoyances. Nice wide screen text to speech easy to use gps The worst problem is that if you buy it used, usually you only get a mini usb charger if one at all. The problem with this is that the gps has 2 charge ports, the mini usb and the oem one built for the traffic receiver (of which can be plugged into the oem holder that in turns has a jack that docks to the gps when you plug the gps holder).
"Poor accuracy,poor speech,bad direction change warning"
26 March 2009
Pros: POI very good. Bright screen. Good address entry.
Cons: Bad speech. Bad speaker.Unreliable accuracy.Funky routing.Hard to see proper lanes on maps Not nearly enough warning on lane changes or upcoming info.Would very much like to have seen (heard) a beep or chime when lane change or merge were coming up.
Summary: I have been using my 760 for about 3 months. It has a great screen, the fm transceiver is good Bluetooth works well with my iPhone 3G. What does let the unit down is the Sensis maps. They are often wrong and I have had quite a number of bad directions. I also have a Mio GPS which does not use Sensis maps and I have never had bad directions from it. This leads me to probably selling the unit and buying a new widescreen Mio.
Pros: Great Screen, Bluetooth works with iPhone 3G, FM transceiver
Cons: The Sensis maps are poor (not a good result for a GPS). Not enough customisation available through settings.
Summary: I bought the 760 rather than the 750 precisely for its Bluetooth capability. The product blurb states "you can match your nüvi to any bluetooth-capable phone." Untrue! As per Garmin's website, it does not pair with a Treo 755p. No reason (or apology) given. I am extremely disappointed in both Amazon and Garmin.