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Magellan RoadMate 1340 3.5-Inch Portable GPS Navigator


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  • OneTouch(TM) favorites menu affords instant access to your personalized bookmarks of favorite places.
  • Highway lane assist points you to the right exit.
  • Spoken street name guidance lets you hear directions so you can keep your eyes on the road.
  • 3.5-inch color touch screen provides powerful navigation that's easy to view and use.
  • Multi-destination routing with route optimization lets you plan your trip with multiple stops in the order you want or optimize a trip for the most efficient route, saving you time and money.
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight14.4 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 3.7 x 3.1 inches
Item model numberRoadMate 1340
Display Size3.5 inches
Warranty1 Yr
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0021L9C00
Best Sellers Rank #108,922 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 6, 2009
  
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Product Description

Magellan RoadMate 1340 Automobile Navigator RM1340SGXUC Portable / Handheld Navigators

From the Manufacturer

The Magellan RoadMate 1340 includes many premier features, starting with Magellan's exclusive OneTouch™ favorites menu, QuickSpell® with SmartCity search, and highway exit point of interest (POI) search, to name a few. Magellan's attention to detail delivers a superior user experience. Intuitive and robust navigation The RoadMate 1340 lets you bookmark your favorite destinations and searches with the OneTouch favorites menu so you can access them anywhere you travel. With a single touch, find your favorite café or restaurant when you're traveling within any city. QuickSpell with Smart City search help you quickly enter addresses and narrow your address and city searches, making destination entry easy. Multi-destination routing with route optimization lets you plan your trip with multiple stops in the order you want or optimize a trip for the most efficient route, helping you save time and money. Safety first on the road You can keep your eyes on the road as you drive because spoken street name guidance announces the street name along with audible turning cues. Highway lane assist offers visual aids to point you in the right direction and ensure that you'll choose the correct lane well before your next turn. Ready to roll You're ready to travel with preloaded maps and points of interest for the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico that make the Magellan RoadMate 1340 ideal for both business trips and vacations. When you're traveling down the Interstate and need to find gas, food, or lodging in a hurry, touch the highway exit POI icon to see which upcoming highway exits have the services you need. Do you often find yourself tied up in traffic? The RoadMate 1340 is Traffic Link compatible, offering live onscreen traffic-incident reports. (The Traffic Link accessory is sold separately). Turn it on and go!™ The Magellan RoadMate 1340 is loaded with premier features you'll need to get you where you want to go.

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Customer Reviews

This is my third Magellan 1340 GPS.
Anthony Gasparetto
THe LCD screen is typical and I noticed little issues with sunlight hindering my view of the screen during brighter days.
RPK
The main reason I will probably return the unit to Costco is because, as I said, I don't really think I can trust it.
Evie M.

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74 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Jerry D. Stevens on May 14, 2009
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I recently purchased a Magellan Roadmate 1340. This is one of the first new releases by Magellan since they were acquired by MiTAC (parent company of MIO)

I am using the Magellan 1212 as a basis for comparison, since I have been using that for the past 3 months and been very pleased with it, other than some occasional routing quirks.

The 1340 is very similar, but does add some significant extra features and improvements, for relatively little price difference:

1) "One Touch" Favorites menu offers quick access to many of the most used features and shortcuts.

2) Customizable route method lets you instantly view and compare and select the shortest distance, fastest time, most use of freeways, or least use of freeways to customize your route.

3) The AAA TourBook is a nice addition that provides ratings and descriptions on AAA approved places to stay, play, dine, and save.

4) Several other features such as Highway Points of Interest have more conveniently positioned shortcut buttons.

5)A new "Highway Lane Assist Signs" feature show highway signs to point you in the right direction when approaching interchanges and exits, and ensure that you'll choose the correct lane well before your next turn.

That being said, the 1340 has 2 "glitches" that need to be corrected by Magellan:

First, in any kind of sunlight, the screen is very difficult to see! The 1212 is very visible in all kinds of light, but the 1340 almost seems as if there is some kind of coating on the screen that makes viewing very challenging in sunlight.
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45 of 45 people found the following review helpful By David Arnstein on June 21, 2009
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Introduction
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I am going to compare the Magellan Roadmate 1340 with the Tomtom One 130-S. These two navigators are similar in size, cost, and features. If you are thinking about buying the 1340, you should also look at Tomtom's navigators. In the Tomtom line, the 130-S has been replaced by the 140-S, but these two navigators are very similar.

I will refer to the Magellan Roadmate 1340 as "the Magellan." "The Tomtom" is what I will call the Tomtom One 130-S.

First impressions
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The Magellan and the Tomtom are the same size, except that the Magellan is a few millimeters thinner. Thin is good. You're going to be carrying or hiding your navigator every time you use it, to avoid theft. Both navigators have a front side entirely occupied by the display screen. Both navigators have a speaker on the back.

The mounting system of the Magellan is excellent. It stays attached to both your windshield and your navigator. The mount is easy to position, and easy to take down. The Tomtom mounting system is also excellent, but different. The Tomtom mount folds flat. You can buy a small carrying case that swallows up the mount along with the navigator. Once again, small is good (see previous paragraph). The trade off is that the Tomtom mount is more difficult to position, and will pop off from the navigator quite easily.

Start up time is a problem with the Magellan. It will be fully 30 seconds after power-on before the Magellan will respond to you in any fashion. It can be minutes before the navigator acquires satellite signals. By contrast, the Tomtom becomes responsive within one second of power-on. If you haven't traveled far since power-off, the Tomtom will re-acquire satellite signals within seconds.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Lynn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 14, 2009
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Being a first time GPS user, I was intimidated by the Magellan Roadmate 1340. My hubby read the directions & explained them to me. I decided we needed to use the GPS instead of trying to memorize all the directions. That was a good choice. We found the Magellan Roadmate 1340 very user friendly. (Of course, I suggest reading the User Handbook before using the unit).

We used this GPS in our town, & North Central Ohio when we went to "Amish Country," as we call it in this neck of Ohio. :) My hubby had trouble viewing the Roadmate when it sat on the dash; it was too far away from him and he couldn't get his bifocals at the right angle to read it quickly. I found the unit very easy to read. We haven't experienced the washed out screen that others have mentioned, but usually sit it in the console beside us. However, I have a 'washed out screen plan.' If we experience that problem, I am going to use heavy paper & devise a type of cover similar to the ones over traffic lights. It'll be a simple solution and I'll make sure that it can be removed quickly. It found the Amish Door Restaurant for us, the Sol store (I think that's the name), and we added two more stops to our original destination w/o any problems. At one point, when we were nearing a fork in the road, the Roadmate instructed us to stay or veer to the right.

Setting a route is simple using QuickSpell & Smart City Search; as far as routing goes, you can pick fastest, shortest, or most use of freeways. After you select a destination & it's calculated, the Roadmate 1340 can show the ETA (estimated time of arrival), your speed, compass direction, the distance to your destination, & time remaining. All of this info is in the lower left part of the screen & is selected by tapping the screen.
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