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Magellan RoadMate 2035 4.3-Inch Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator with Lifetime Traffic


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  • GPS navigator with 4.3-inch touchscreen features lifetime traffic alerts, OneTouch favorites, and more
  • Pre-loaded maps of contiguous U.S., Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, with 6 million searchable points of interest
  • OneTouch favorites menu affords instant access to your personalized bookmarks of favorite places
  • Real-time, subscription-free traffic updates sent directly to your GPS unit
  • Spoken street name guidance lets you keep your eyes on the road
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Size: Traffic
Technical Details
Item Weight5.1 ounces
Product Dimensions0.6 x 5 x 3.3 inches
Item model numberRoadMate 2035
Display Size4.3 inches
Warranty1yr
Memory Card SlotFlash
Battery Life2 hours
  
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ASINB003CYKYU2
Best Sellers Rank #47,693 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableMay 17, 2010
  
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Size: Traffic
  • Touch Sensitive Screen

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Magellan roadmate 2035

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This is one very easy to use GPS.
Duffer.
I bought this one brand new over a year ago (14 months ago), but last week the unit could not receive any satellite signal.
J. Dinh
GPS Accuracy: Garmin beats Magellan on this one.
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242 of 251 people found the following review helpful By Traveler TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 23, 2011
Size Name: Traffic, Lifetime Maps Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
UPDATE follows this review
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I've owned and used GPS units from all three of the major manufactuers - Garmin, TomTom and Magellan.

When it comes to interface Magellan units usually shine. The 2045T is no exception. However, as at least one reviewer noted, the edit function within the address book is not user friendly. That, however, is the least of my complaints about this unit. Before I get to my complaints, I want to mention the things that are great about this GPS.

Unlike my TomTom, Magellan GPS units are very logical as you enter in a destination. When you enter the first letter of the town or city it automatically starts to suggest places near your current location. If your near Bangor, Maine it doesn't suggest Boston. That's exactly what my TomTom does and it drives me insane. So Magellans are intuitive on this count.

Secondly, the AAA guidebook that comes with Megellan units is just great. It's perfect for finding stores, restaurants and attractions when you're in a place you don't already know. A major kudos for this.

Despite these great features, I have two major beefs.

One, there's something wrong with Magellan's software and how it determines fastest route. In the space of two days the unit failed to know the fastest route at least half a dozen times. These weren't just mapping errors, these were the unit's inability to just know that one route is faster than another. This is NOT a problem I've seen in any of the units I've used up until now, including older Magellans. These weren't major mistakes, but they added a minute here and there. On a long trip I could see them adding up.

The second beef I have is with the traffic function and estimated time of arrival.
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201 of 208 people found the following review helpful By A. Boston TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 26, 2010
Size Name: Traffic Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
Length: 4:59 Mins
Here's my video review, if you have any questions or something I didn't cover, please feel free to leave a comment and I'll do my best to answer!

UPDATE Nov.'10: On a recent trip to visit my parents, it alerted me to a car accident on the highway. It gave me a few options to detour and told me how long each one would take in comparison. Telling me there's an accident is helpful, but I absolutely ADORE the specifics with the timing.

Big Pros!:
- I often use a traffic app on my iphone. So I'm sitting there with all these devices, all with different info. Now, with this GPS, it's got it all. Live traffic updates and I won't have to pay attention to multiple screens. In order to get the lifetime traffic updates for free, there are little banner ads now and then. They don't block the map or directions, so they don't bother me at all.
- The screen is large and bright, and the voice is nice and loud. Sometimes I have issues hearing my garmin, with this I was only 1/2 way in the sound level and it was clear as a bell.
- My garmin has a flip up antenna that I'm always convinced I'll eventually snap off. The Magellan is internal, so that makes me a lot more comfortable.
- I LOVE the fact that it adjust so fast to wrong turns, but it doesn't shout "recalculating" at me, which really usually just makes you feel dumb that even with a GPS you're still going the wrong way. It just quickly decides the next best way to continue on my route. Sometimes my Garmin will send me on the most ridiculous back tracking journeys, the Magellan so far hasn't done that to me.

I love this Magellan RoadMate 2035 GPS top to bottom.
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By J. Melton on August 30, 2010
Size Name: Traffic Verified Purchase
I have had this unit for a week now after returning a refurbished Garmin NUVI 1370 I had purchased from Amazon as well. The Magellan was heavily discounted and had decent reviews so I thought I would give another brand a try. This GPS does exatly what a GPS is designed to do, tells you where you are, and how to get where you are going. It reroutes within about 50 feet following a missed turn and provides you options for minimizing or maximizing highway use, fastest/shortest route, and avoiding toll roads. The touchscreen is much more responsive than the Garmin was and navigating the menus was very intuitive (I have yet to open the manual). The only negatives I have about this unit are there are occasional banner ads that pop up which I could definitely do without, in direct sunlight the screen gets washed out a bit but not to the point of being indecipherable. That being said, if you don't need bluetooth, MP3 player, voice recognition and a game player in your GPS, but just want a GPS that does its job and provides you with up to date traffic information, then this is what you are looking for.
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54 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Eagle Vision TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 25, 2011
Size Name: Traffic, Lifetime Maps Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I have had two Garmin Nuvi 600 and Nuvi 660. The original Nuvi cost $500. The 660 a couple of years later cost me half as much. This Navigator comes in at a fraction of those models, and it has a more robust menu system, better screen brightness/resolution and features that make my Nuvi's antiquated. The integrated GPS in my Acura MDX is not even as user friendly as this model.

What comes in the box:

Navigation device
USB Cable
DC Charger
Cradle

Pros
Intuitive design
Fast startup
Easy to follow map and turn guidance prompts
Extensive menus
Expansive Points of Interests (POIs)
Lifetime map updates
Lifetime traffic alerts

Cons
Only one voice
No other selectable icons
Carrying case is not included

Setup:

For me, I have a Mac OS system which is not supported. I resorted to charging the unit and turning it on. The cradle is cumbersome. The power cable must be placed in the slot of the cradle and then the GPS must be guided along a track to snap into place. This is a two handed operation, unlike my Nuvi which can be released rather easily with one hand.

Use

First time the unit powers up, the satellite localization takes no longer than its competition (except for when it is compared to an integrated GPS in a vehicle). Subsequent startups are rather faster than a Garmin.

Finding points of interest (POIs) is rather easy, as well as entering destinations by address. The estimated time of arrival is at the bottom left of the screen, the toolbox for settings is in the bottom center of the screen, and the menu is accessible in the bottom right hand corner.
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