Short Take on Magellan Maestro 4370

January 12, 2010

Magellan has come up with its latest auto GPS, the Magellan Maestro 4370 that is designed to help it capture more market share. The device is meant to replace the long dated Magellan Maestro 4250. It promises to provide you with hassle-free navigation through your preferred locations.

It has been fitted with a new and more practical interface that showcases an advanced feature called OneTouch. This facilitates quick and easy access to different destinations. I love the fact that it saves precious time while navigating through frequently visited locations.

The design of the device has really managed to attract a lot of eye-balls and would make a real feature enhancement to any car interior. The 4.3-inch touch screen is nice and bright. A back-lighting option is there as well, but there is no option to tailor colours of maps and have to make do with the day, night, and standard or automatic modes.

Convenience and flexibility seems to be the main focus of the unit as it has a host of many navigating features as well apart from the new OneTouch interface. The GPS feature is loaded with an amazing 6 million points of interest covering many prominent places of the world.

The trip planning process is not tinkered much and is similar to most other PNDs and follows a simple procedure. I like it that once I have saved a location I can get back to it at anytime via the OneTouch menu.

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