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- DescriptionPlug the Magellan RoadMate 700 GPS device in your car and navigate through confusing lanes and roads effortlessly. Integrated with 20GB hard drive, this Magellan automotive GPS stores mapping database of every streets efficiently. The 3.8-inch TFT touch screen display of this Magellan GPS receiver gives clear and bright graphical view. The Magellan RoadMate 700 is WAAS enabled which gives you accurate information of your desired destination. This Magellan automotive GPS also gives you 2D and 3D view of your surroundings for better perception of the roads. Get this Magellan GPS receiver and enjoy your road trip without any hindrance.
- ModelRoadMate 700
- MPN05794398000P,22149,90001000001,90001300001,90001400001,90001500001,90001700001,90002300001,90002400001,90002800001,90003600001,9000500001,980649,98065201,98065201 98065203 TOM9002800 90001700001 90001500001 90001300001 90002300001 RM1212SGXNA 98065211 MJ381021C TOM9003000 05794398000P 980649 TOM9001400 TOM9001600 ROADMATE700 9000500001 90002800001 M2004E15681 22149 90001400001 90003600001 90002400001 RF9806,98065203,98065211,M2004E15681,MJ381021C,RF98065203,RM1210SGXUH,RM1212SGXNA,ROADMATE700,TOM9001400,TOM9001600,TOM9002800,TOM9003000
- UsageAutomotive Mountable
- System TypeFixed,Portable
- Map CapabilitiesDownload maps,Internal
- Screen Size3"
- User InterfaceKeypad
- WAAS FeaturesEGNOS enabled,WAAS enabled
- Number of Channels12 Channels
- Display Size3 in. x 2.25 in.
- Display TypeLCD TFT Display
- Resolutions240 X 320
- FeaturesAddress Book
- Audible FeaturesVoice Navigation Instructions
- Trip calculatorLeast use of freeways,Most use of freeways,Points-of-Interest (POI),Route Recalculation,Shortest distance,Shortest time,Track Log
- Accuisition Time - Cold120 sec
- Accuisition Time - Initial Time60 sec
- Accuisition Time - Hot15 sec
- Update Rate1 per second, continuous
- Max. Horizontal Accuracy< 10 feet
- WAAS Position Accuracy< 10 feet
- Height3.25 in.
- Width6.5 in.
- Depth2 in.
- Weight0.81 lb.
- PC InterfaceUSB
- Installed Memory10.00 GB
- Expansion Slot TypeCompact Flash (CF)
- Antenna TypeBuilt-in
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- scarlejrJun 03, 2009by
Has all your basic functions, works reliably
I bought this item used simple because it was so damn cheap. It has been working great! Has all the basic features I have seen in every other gps, and the side part with the buttons may seem odd but it's very handy!! Things I like. -The rubber stand is nice and simple and works great. -You can change voice to male, female, and UK male, UK female. (I live in the USA but I set mine to UK cause it sounds cooler) -You can update the points of interests and maps online for a few bucks -Has a built in tutorial on the gps There are also a few minor things that do bother me. -The screen is a little hard to see during the day, even after toying with brightness and contrast. -The gps does not say the name of the road outloud, so you have to take a quick glance at the gps to see the next road ( but it is printed rather large at the bottum and easy to see and find) Example - "In 1.5 miles turn right" instead of "In 1.5 miles turn right on Jefferson Street" -How you find points of interest (POI) is not done too well. And you can't search for POI while the gps is directing you somewhere. (you have to cancel route, search, then start route again) -and lastly the gps reminds you of your turn at, if i remember correctly, 5 mile, 1.5, .5, and then right at the turn. which sometimes is VERY useful in a busy area where you are hopping roads, but on a straight forward route it can be annoying (you can easily fix this with the volume control on top of the gps) Read full review
- mimi*dollJan 09, 2011by
I like the size, voice quality, and price. I do not like the fact that does not have all the newer roads in Atlanta, I cannot erase previous destinations, it will not connect to my computer to update with the cable included. It is probably an ESO problem - Equipment Superior to Operator. It is all I need, though, and for the price, I am quite happy. I bought it because the brand X that I bought a year ago for $100.00 quit on me, and this was the best name brand GPS I could find for the money. It was listed as NEW, but when it arrived, the box said RECONDITIONED. It serves its purpose for me to get around Atlanta. I do not travel much, so it's fine.
- smahmoudAug 29, 2008by
Great unit, but don't buy one!
The Magellan RoadMate 700 was a breakthrough when it came out, well worth the roughly $1000 I paid for my first one. It's all the more impressive now that you can have one for well under $100. Pluses: The unit has built-in maps of the entire USA (and Canada, I think). That means it's plug-and-go. Attach a suction cup, plug into the cigarette lighter, and you're ready to navigate. You don't have to take it to your PC and download maps of your region into it, as you have to with many of the low-end newer units. This also means you can take your RoadMate when you fly across the country. In a few seconds, you can stick it into your rental car and drive off navigating. I've done this and been very glad I did. Having good directions in an unfamiliar city is even more valuable than at home (duh). The routing algorithm is as good as any unit out there. The user interface is simple and intuitive, so you won't need to read the manual. The voice is pleasant, easy to understand, and not gravelly like a small Garmin that I tried. The receiver is excellent, usually gets a fix quickly, and is usually able to maintain a fix under reasonably dense tree cover and in all but the deepest of "urban canyons." Newer units with the SirfStar chip set are probably even better, but Magellan had among the best pre-SirfStar receivers, and it's definitely good enough to keep you navigating in most places. The maps will be a little out of date now that this unit hasn't been made for a while -- but all GPS units' maps seem to be out of date and it doesn't seem to me that these are noticeably any more behind than other units. Minuses: Here are what I see as the major disadvantages to the RoadMate 700: 1. Mounting it is a pain. The gooseneck suction cup it comes with really isn't adequate for the size and weight of this unit (it's bulkier & heavier than newer units). I had a hard time finding a mounting method I was really happy with. 2. The touch screen isn't very responsive, especially compared to newer units. Expect to have to press several times, sometimes get a delayed response, and sometimes you'll get the next letter, like you type "M" and the unit thinks it was "N". 3. The software is buggy in small, strange ways. For example, I put a place in my address book and then changed its name and it stayed at the bottom of the list instead of moving to where it should now be in alphabetical order. And sometimes I press a button and the speaker will give me 3 or 4 seconds of static, as if it was trying to play a pre-recorded voice message but nobody remembered to record that one. 4. There are a lot of bad units out there! I have now had five of these units at different times, and had to return three of them. One of them had a bad touch-screen. One had a touch-screen that stopped working when it got hot. One came to me with no map installed. I think this model had manufacturing or reliability problems even when it was new, leaving a trail of bad units in the field. Some of these bad units show up on eBay, sometimes with good disclosure and sometimes not so much. For this latter reason, I think you'll be happy with the RoadMate 700 if you get a good one, but the odds might be against getting a good one. I highly highly recommend this unit -- if you buy it from your mom! If you're buying from a stranger, choose something else. Really. Read full review
- bigschuckApr 05, 2008by
Reliable GPS does the Job
This GPS does exactly what I need it to do, get me from point A to point B throughout the day. Does it have it's quirks, sure. For instance, sometimes when a street changes names, it states it as a turn. Not a huge deal though, if you look up, you can see the routing and realize it's just a road name change. Haven't had it for that long, so I'm not sure if it has this feature, but it would be nice if you could look things up by zipcode as opposed to city or town. I live in the suburbs of Baltimore, so sometimes areas are considered Baltimore, other times a specific town, but being able to look up a street in the Baltimore area under just Baltimore or zipcode, instead of the specific town would be nice. Example, if you live in Pikesville, your return address could be either Pikesville, MD 21208 or Baltimore, MD 21208 and both would be correct, but not so in the GPS, you have to choose Pikesville. This GPS is a little on the bulky side, but I like it, and enjoy having all the buttons right up front. That way I'm not stuck using the touchscreen, although it has not given me any reason not to like the touchscreen. I have no problem seeing the screen, no matter what time of day. Buttons light up at night, which make it easy. And when I make a wrong turn, or make a detour, it automatically recalculates a new route so I can still find my intended destination. Overall, I'm very happy with this GPS. It doesn't have many of the extras other GPSs have now days, but if I want to watch a movie or listen to music, I have better devices for those activities. Devices which are intended to do those things. And this GPS does a pretty good job at what it was intended to do, get me where I need to be. Read full review
- drap504Jul 23, 2006by
Great gadget for being lost and found but cannot update
I bought 2 for my wife and I to use. The more I used it the more features I found it had. If it was too bright and sunny, I would change the color and contrast of the screen. If I wanted to preprogram my route I would use the A/C adapter to use at home. The unit was simple to use and it also gave tutuorial instructions and diagnostics in the unit itself. The only drawback is we don't take enough trips to use 2 of them so I had to get rid of 1. So I put it in eBay. I recommend it to anyone who gets lost easily like me. You have a choice of picking either a man or a womans voice for prompts during turns. If my wife gets mad and don't speak to me, I turn her on. They have updated software version to bring it up to a 760 model, but it would cost another $100 dollars if your willing to dish it out. The only big drawback is they quit making software to update new roads or points of interests. You can be on a road that doesn't show a road and wondering where your at. Its scary at times to know that 12 satellites are tracking you. The nice part is if your car breaks down your unit will pinpoint exactly where your at to give the local authorities or tow truck your location. They have newer updated ones that are more compact and allow you to update with their software for free like the Tom-Tom models. Beware of others that charge you extra to upload software. Read full review
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