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Garmin nüvi 275T GPS Navigator review

Our Review of the Garmin nüvi 275T Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator

What we like

The Garmin nüvi 275T includes maps of both North America and Europe, it also includes free live traffic updates a feature originally brought to the GPS world by the brand Navigon. It also has bluetooth compatible hands free calling so you can use it instead of a headset when driving. We find this feature extremely convenient.

We also like how light and compact it is, this allows for it to be easily carried around with you if you are the type of person who likes to take their GPS out of their car with them. You can sync it up to google maps or mapquest with ease. It provides text-to-speech driving directions. It does come with a microSD card storage expansion, and its price is at the low end for GPS's that include all these features in its class.

What can be improved with the Garmin nüvi 275T

While the live traffic updates are free, you will have advertisements pop up in exchange for usage of the feature. You also will not be able to swap out the battery for extended battery life, however this shouldn't be a problem for people looking to use this in a car, and lastly If you plan on updating your maps through Garmin you will have to pay for updated maps.

The Final Verdict
Most GPS enthusiasts will tell you Garmin is the premier brand. The Garmin nüvi 275T doesn't disappoint. Features such as the free live traffic updates and hands free bluetooth for your cell phone will add even more convenience to your GPS. For the price point, it's a great buy.

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Garmin nüvi 275T Product Features

Bright 3.5-Inch Diagonal Touch Screen Color Display

320 X 240 Pixels, Qvga Tft Display With White Backlight

Sleek, Ultra-Thin Design Fits Easily In Pocket

Preloaded With City Navigator(R) North America Nt & Europe Nt

Bluetooth(R) Wireless Technology For Hands-Free Calling

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