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Magellan Maestro 4210 4.3-Inch Portable GPS Navigator


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  • New 4.3" wide-screen, full-color, anti-glare touch display
  • Customers can easily search for restaurants, hotels, airports, gas stations, and more.
  • Newly designed, intuitive user interface makes the Maestro series the easiest to use
  • Customers can search for any destination by address, street intersection, and point of interest using fingertip touch interface.
  • Includes pre-loaded maps of the United States, Puerto Rico, and Canada.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions5.1 x 9.8 x 2.1 inches
Item model numberMagellan Maestro 4210
Display Size4.3 inches
Display Resolution480 x 272
WarrantyOne Year
  
Additional Information
ASINB000V4X26O
Best Sellers Rank #109,244 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 14, 2007
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Magellan
  • Model: Magellan Maestro 4210
  • Receiver Description: 12 channel
  • Display Size: 4.3 inches
  • Native Resolution: 480 x 272
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Product Description

The Magellan Maestro 4210 delivers the best navigation experience possible by featuring a new, intuitive user interface that guides drivers to their destination via voice and on-screen prompts. It also includes a new, ultra-thin design, an advanced, easy-to-use feature set, and more.

Customer Reviews

Display is wide, bright and excellent in day light as well as at night.
gurugi
Because of my experience with Mitac, I can not recommend this Magellan product for anyone to purchase.
Don Krajewski
Needless to say, that went badly as Magellan's Non-existant Customer/Technical support lost the unit.
Robert G. Lyons

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By gurugi on February 12, 2008
I got a 4210 2 weeks ago. Used to have a Roadmate 760 before. 4210 is very quick to run on and get satellite reception. Extremely easy user interface - my 10 year old daughter got it without any instructions. Display is wide, bright and excellent in day light as well as at night. Very compact and easy to carry in a pocket. Will work in pedestrian mode as well - really neat and a nice feature over my previous bulky unit. It has AAA assistance but not detailed information on AAA sites. Does not announce street names like Roadmate 760 did (but I don't care for that feature - it is annoying). Lacks bluetooth connectivity. I have not found any accuracy problems. Bottomline - a pretty good unit.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By T. McGinnis on August 27, 2008
I just purchased the unit in Aug. 08. The unit is easy to use but the maps are outdated. The maps are the whole key to a GPS system. Of course, new maps come out 2 weeks after purchase and they want me to pay $80 to get them. This will not happen. Garmin offers a 1 time download to upgrade to new maps after purchase of a new unit. I will take my $80 and use it to invest in a garmin. I cannot believe Magellan is allowed to sell a product with old maps and charge you to make current on a new product. I will NEVER buy another Magellan product.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By F. Kelly II on May 20, 2008
This is my Tomtom review:

I brought this as an upgrade to my Magellan 2200t, and even through it had more features than my 2200t the directions were terrible. I know that any GPS device is not 100 percent on the money and in a lot of cases it is off a little. The Tomtom was often trying to make me take turns onto roads that I didn't have to take to get to my destination. One time I followed the directions to see where it would take me. I made a right and then just a little while later it told me to make a left. That left would have put me in a ditch and into the woods. And the deal breaker was the way I had to access the Point of Interests (POI). I now have a Magellan 4210 and while driving if I see a POI on the screen all that I have to do is tap the screen to view a list of all the POI in the area. Now with the Tomtom I would have to work my way to the menu screen to see something or find something of interest. Also in bright sun light forget about looking at the screen. And my Magellan screen changes from a daytime screen to a nighttime screen. But I will give them credit for a few things, free map updates, and you can customize the voices. I'm very happy with my Magellan 4210 and even happier Amazon allowed me to return the item.

Short but sweet Magellan 4210 review:

Brought a Tomtom to replace an old Magellan 2200t big mistake because the Tomtom sucked in my opinion. This 4210 works great and is as accurate as any other, I'm grateful that I was able to return that piece of crap Tomtom. I would highly recommend this GPS to anyone looking for a great toy for the car. Get a Magellan it will not disappoint.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By D. Lahrman on June 2, 2008
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I've been using various types of GPS units over the last nine years and the Magellan 4210 is my latest model. I first purchased the 3250 but only used it for about a week before switching to the 4210. The major differences between the two are the voice recognition commands, the bluetooth connectivity, and live traffic compatibility. The voice recognition on the 3250 did not work very well as it was very finicky in recognizing any commands. The car had to be as quiet as possible, no radio. The bluetooth feature worked well enough but callers on the other end said calls sounded strange. Traffic is not an issue in my locale so this feature wasn't going to be used. Once I saw the 4210 was on sale locally for less, I made the switch and I'm very satisfied with the 4210. All the features function very well and I don't miss anything from the 3250. The larger screen is a must-have.

I also spent some time with a TomTom XL One recently and prefer the 4210. I like the flow of the menus better and find the Magellan easier to use. I especially like the ability to find a restaurant by type of cuisine, something you can't do with all other GPS units.

Another plus for the 4210 is its size. Very compact and easy to carry around if you don't want to leave it in the car.

I didn't use to be a fan of Magellan products but this unit has swayed me. I've even bought the same model for a gift to a family member.
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55 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Robert G. Lyons on February 4, 2008
I had a Magellan Roadmate 800, which I really liked. Magellan's Map Upgrade wiped the hard drive clean. After spending several days on the phone with their Indian Tech Support, a supervisor gave me an RA number to ship it to Houston, where they would reinstall the original maps and the upgrade. Needless to say, that went badly as Magellan's Non-existant Customer/Technical support lost the unit. They finally agreed to ship me the new Maestro 4210. The 4210 does connect to the satellites quicker than the 800 but is not as accurate. My home address is about 3 miles away from where the 4210 says it is... The position hops back and forth between the road I'm driving and any parallel roads nearby - and it always tries to reroute me when it thinks I'm on a different road. Problems I did not have with the 800. Only ATMs POI's show up on the map as I am driving. And only the female voice is available. The maps on the 4210 still show streets that have been gone for 7 or 8 years - and I know that Tom Tom's maps are accurate in this regard. I wish I had bought a Garmin or a Tom Tom.
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