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- DescriptionLet the Garmin StreetPilot 2620 show you the easiest way to reach your destination. Follow the voice navigation instructions on this Garmin automotive GPS for exact turn by turn directions. The power microprocessors of this Garmin GPS enable a faster route calculation and redraw of map. The 12 parallel channel GPS receiver in the Garmin StreetPilot 2620 continuously tracks and takes the help of up to 12 satellites to compute and update your current position. Moreover, an amazing resolution of 305 X 160 pixels on the LCD display of this Garmin GPS eliminates the possibility of missing a single lane. Stay smart, stay ahead with this Garmin automotive GPS that has an update rate of 1 per second.
- ModelStreetPilot 2620
- MPN100035703,GARMIN2620,GRM0035703,GRM0035703 STREETPILOT2620 100035703 RB0100035703 RB0100035703 100035703 GRMBGSTP2620 GARMIN2620 GRM0035703 STREETPILOT2620 GRMBGSTP2620 GARMIN2620,GRMBGSTP2620,RB0100035703,RB0100035703 100035703 GRMBGSTP2620 GARMIN2620 GRM0035703 STREETPILOT2620,STREETPILOT2620
- UsageAutomotive Mountable
- System TypeFixed,Plug-in,Portable
- Map CapabilitiesInternal
- Screen Size3.7"
- User InterfaceTouch Screen
- WAAS FeaturesWAAS enabled
- Number of Channels12 Channels
- Display Size3.3 in. x 1.7 in.
- Display Type256 Color LCD Display
- Resolutions305 X 160
- FeaturesRemote Control,Waypoint Icons
- Audible FeaturesVoice Navigation Instructions
- Trip calculatorCurrent speed,Maximum speed,Moving average,Odometer
- Accuisition Time - Cold45 sec
- Accuisition Time - Initial Time15 sec
- Update Rate1 per second, continuous
- WAAS Position Accuracy< 49 feet
- Height3.2 in.
- Width5.6 in.
- Depth2 in.
- Weight0.93 lb.
- PC InterfaceUSB 1.1
- Antenna TypeBuilt-in,External Antenna Hookup
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- wintersriggingi...Aug 16, 2016by
Used but in good Shape
We like this version of garmin so we buy gently used and keep them on the shelf until we need them.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Refurbished
- earthly555Nov 08, 2013by
Easy to operate. Great value. Love it.
I bought the Garmin StreetPilot 2620 because I was tired of pulling off the road and holding my iPad on my lap when I was looking for an address. It was a real problem. I don't want to be distracted when I'm driving. I don't have GPS in my car and this devise makes traveling to unfamiliar locations easy. Also, it's just so simple to operate. The only thing I don't like about - it slides on the dash so I had to have Velcro strips attached to the bottom and to the dash to keep it in place. Also, to prevent theft, I take it off the dash when I reach my destination.
- realliso66k7Aug 02, 2006by
Never ask for directions again.
I have the previous model - Garmin 2610. This model (2620) comes standard with more memory, and the entire US map pre-loaded (that will save you a *bunch* of time & hassle!) I believe this model (2620) also has slightly more precise GPS positioning (WAAS). This GPS holds the entire US map down to the street level. It tells you via voice prompts when/where to turn. It is very good, but sometimes gets a little confused around very tight/densely-packed exits (don't we all? ;) You can pick your favorite language for the voice prompt. The GPS is only as good as the maps, of course! If you live in an area with a lot of road construction, you're gonna want to buy the latest/greatest maps as often as they're available. They seem to be available about once a year - the first time they were $150, but this last time they were down to $75 (I anticipate the price of map updates will probably continue to drop, as GPSs become more common.) One thing I like about this GPS is it is fairly waterproof, and can be used on a motorcycle. It is a little big/bulky in size, compared to the latest Garmin GPSs (my neighbor just bought a new model Garmin, and it has a rechargeable battery, which seems like a good idea). ----- Oct 2007 update - just loaded the "2008" maps. The map update cost $75 again this year. Note that at some point, as the price of GPSs keeps coming down, the map updates are going to cost more than the hardware... Also note that the complete set of US maps would no longer fit on my 2Gb CF memory card, and I had to delete off Alaska & Hawaii. The software was kwirky (again), and I had to reboot my computer and start it a 2nd time. It took somewhere between 1 and 2 hours to transfer all the maps from the comptuer to the GPS unit (very slow USB-1 connection, I guess?). Read full review
- jpur9189Mar 12, 2009by
I recently bought a used garmin 2620 for my dad, the unit is about five years old. When i first got the unit it wouldn't read the satilite right. I thought i got ripped off, then I noticed a hotline number and called it. The staff at garmin are real helpful and easily helped me get my unit up and runnig.Once I got the unit to work I noticed it had alot of good feature that other units didn't have. First I noticed that you can type in a city without any address and look up all the attractions and places of interst.I can't do that with my streetpilot c340. I also noticed that you can do numerous address with unit, set it up to go from point to point. Over all I think this is a good unit.
- go-msftAug 07, 2007by
Garmin 2620 GPS receiver
This is a great unit for traveling across the United States or just within the city. Even though many times I know how to get to where I'm going, I still use the Garmin for the feature ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival). This will inform me if I'm running late and I can call ahead. Many time while I'm out with the wife I need to find an ATM and the Garmin have always been able to find the closest ATM. This unit also save many arguments with the wife. I just listen to "Betty" (this is what we call the 2620) for direction and when to turn, she hasn't steer me wrong let.
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