Garmin nüvi 3760LMT 4.3-Inch Widescreen Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator with Lifetime Map & Traffic Updates
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- 4.3-Inch LCD Screen
- Preloaded with street maps for the U.S., Canada & Mexico
- Lifetime map updates
- Lifetime traffic updates
- Lane assist with Junction View
- Bluetooth wireless technology
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4.3" SMOOTH GLASS DISPLAY WITH PORTRAIT & LANDSCAPE MODES800 X 480 PIXELSSLEEK ULTRA-SLIM DESIGNMULTI-TOUCH DISPLAY ALLOWS USERS TO QUICKLY MAKE MAP SCREEN ADJUSTMENTS SUCH AS ZOOM IN & ZOOM OUT CHANGE FROM 2D TO 3D & ROTATE THE MAP 360 BLUETOOTH(R) WIRELESS TECHNOLOGYLANE ASSIST WITH JUNCTION VIEW ROUTE PLANNERTRAFFICTRENDS IMPROVES RECOMMENDED ROUTES & ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL USING HISTORY COLLECTED ABOUT TRAFFIC AT THE PARTICULAR TIME OF DAY & DAY OF THE WEEKMYTRENDS USING USER'S DRIVING HABITS PREDICTS DESTINATION WITHOUT USER ACTIVATING A ROUTE PROVIDING ARRIVAL TIME & RELEVANT TRAFFIC INFORMATIONTURN-BY-TURN DIRECTIONS WITH SPOKEN STREET NAMES ECOROUTE(TM) - SUGGESTS FUEL EFFICIENT ROUTES TO SAVE DRIVERS MONEY & FUELPUBLIC TRANSIT MODESPEED LIMIT INDICATOR GARMIN CONNECT(TM) PHOTOSWHERE AM I? FEATURE FINDS CLOSEST HOSPITALS POLICE STATIONS GAS STATIONS NEAREST ADDRESS INTERSECTION & COORDINATESAUTO TIME ZONEFM TRAFFIC COMPATIBLEHIGH-SENSITIVITY GPS RECEIVER WITH HOTFIX(R)MICRO SECURE DIGITAL CARD(TM) SLOTGARMIN LOCK(TM) ANTI-THEFT FEATUREBUILT-IN LI-ION BATTERY LASTS UP TO 4 HOURS DEPENDING ON USAGEINCLUDES POWERED SUCTION CUP MOUNT WITH SPEAKER FM TRAFFIC RECEIVER & LIFETIME TRAFFIC SUBSCRIPTIONDIM: 4.79"L X 2.85"W X 0.35"HINCLUDES FREE LIFETIME MAPS & TRAFFIC UPDATESUPC : 753759969837Shipping Dimensions : 5.30in X 5.30in X 2.60inEstimated Shipping Weight : 2.0
Experience uniquely personal navigation from the elegantly slim nüvi 3760LMT. It features a multi-touch glass display, nüRoute technology with trafficTrends and myTrends, lane assist with junction view, subscription-free traffic, and hands-free calling capabilities.
Less than 9mm thick
With free Lifetime Map1 and Traffic2 updates, you always have the most up-to-date maps, points of interest and navigation information available at your fingertips. Traffic information is updated constantly, and map updates are available for download up to 4 times a year. Both features are ready to go, right out of the box, with no subscription or update fees and no expiration dates.Award-Winning Design
Versatile and compact for car or pedestrian use
The new nüvi is less than 9 mm thick, about the same as a standard #2 pencil. It has a full glass 4.3" diagonal multi-touch display. Dual orientation capabilities allow you to use the nüvi 3760LMT either horizontally or vertically, fitting smartly in your hand when walking. Sleek design also disappears neatly into your pocket or purse. With a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, it's ready to guide you by car or foot.
Experience nüRoute Technology with trafficTrends and myTrends
Smart and good-looking, this uniquely personal navigator comes with advanced routing capabilities that include trafficTrends and myTrends. There's no subscription necessary, no added costs, your nüvi 3760LMT just does it.
With trafficTrends, your nüvi 3760LMT automatically learns daytime trends for traffic flow to improve your routes and better predict your estimated time of arrival based on time of day and day of week. And you get free trafficTrends updates every time you connect your device to myGarmin.
With myTrends, when you save your regular destinations in your "Favorites," your nüvi 3760LMT will, over time, begin to figure out where you're going even without your telling it! It provides time of arrival and relevant traffic information. So whether you're driving to and from work or a regularly scheduled weekly event, your nüvi 3760LMT will help you get there on time.
Know the Lane Before It's Too Late
No more guessing which lane you need to be in to make an upcoming turn. Lane assist with junction view guides you to the correct lane for an approaching turn or exit, making unfamiliar intersections and exits easy to navigate. It realistically displays road signs and junctions on your route along with arrows that indicate the proper lane for navigation.
Make Hands-free Calls
For hands-free calling, nüvi 3760LMT integrates Bluetooth wireless technology with a built-in microphone and speaker. Just pair it with your compatible Bluetooth phone and talk hands-free through the 3760LMT while staying focused on the road. Simply dial numbers with its touchscreen keypad to make a call. To answer calls, just tap the screen and speak into its built-in microphone. Enjoy convenient one-touch dialing for contacts and points of interest.
Dual orientation capabilities allow you to use the nüvi 3760LMT either horizontally or vertically, fitting smarly in your hand when walking.
With its enhanced pedestrian navigation capabilities and dual-oriented screen, nüvi 3760LMT is the perfect travel companion for getting around town. Download optional cityXplorer content to help you navigate the big city. In addition to knowing where to walk, where to catch the bus, subway, tram or other transportation you'll also have access to mass transit schedules and estimated travel time to your destination. cityXplorer maps are available for select cities throughout North America and Europe. And with prices as low as $9.99, you'll have money left over to spend in the big city.
Get Turn-by-Turn Directions
nüvi 3760LMT has an intuitive interface that greets you with two simple questions: "Where To?" and "View Map." Touch the color screen to easily look up addresses and services and get voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions that speak street names to your destination. It comes preloaded with detailed City Navigator NT street maps for the U.S, Canada and Mexico with nearly 6 million points of interest (POIs) such as stores, restaurants, hotels, entertainment venues, gas stations, ATMs and more, and speed limits for most major roads.
Go Beyond Navigation
Also offered on nüvi 3760LMT are standard nüvi features that go beyond navigation. For example, ecoRoute--a green feature that helps you calculate a more fuel-efficient route, tracks fuel usage and more. Also included are travel tools such as a JPEG picture viewer, world travel clock with time zones, currency converter, measurement converter, calculator and more. With photo navigation, you can download pictures from Garmin Connect Photos and navigate to them. With "Where Am I?" emergency locator, you always know your location. Simply tap the screen to get your exact latitude and longitude coordinates, the nearest address and intersection, and the closest hospitals, police stations and fuel stations. It also has Garmin Lock, an anti-theft feature, and is compatible with our free Garmin Garage where you can download custom voices and vehicles. Enhance your travel experience with optional plug-in microSD cards.
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What's in the Box
nüvi 3760LMT; Preloaded Street Maps for the U.S., Canada, and Mexico; Lifetime Maps and Traffic; Vehicle Suction Cup Mount With Speaker; FM Traffic Receiver/Vehicle Power Cable (vehicle power cable is traffic receiver); USB Cable Dashboard Disc; Quick Start Manual.
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Visit Garmin.com at https://www8.garmin.com/support/download.jsp to get the latest firmware updates for your nüvi to keep it current and performing at its best.
1Free Lifetime Map Updates entitle you to receive up to 4 map data updates per year, when and as such updates are made available on the Garmin website, for this specific Garmin product only until this product's useful life expires or Garmin no longer receives map data from its third party supplier, whichever is shorter. The updates you receive will be updates to the same geographic map data originally included with your Garmin product when originally purchased. Garmin may terminate your Lifetime Map Updates at any time if you violate any of the terms of the End User License Agreement accompanying your n�vi product.
2Free Lifetime Traffic Updates may not be transferred to another person or another Garmin product. Lifetime traffic extends for the useful life of your Garmin traffic receiver (as long as you own a compatible Garmin GPS) or as long as Garmin receives traffic data from its traffic supplier, whichever is shorter. Traffic content not available for all areas. See www.navteq.com/rdstraffic for traffic coverage areas and www.garmin.com/traffic/fm/navteq.html for program License Agreement containing complete terms and conditions.
Top Customer Reviews
Pros: The wide screen is a great improvement over the smaller screen I was used to on the 360. The color is much more vivid and the screen is much brighter. Even during a sunny day, I have the brightness turned down. I had my old 360 up to max brightness and it was difficult to see in bright sunlight. The sound is also much louder on the 3760. I had the sound on max for my 360. The 3760 has the volume at less than half and it is plenty loud enough to hear above the road noise.
Two functions I think should be a must for any unit are Lane Assist and Junction View. Lane Assist shows you which lanes you need to be in when approaching a junction on a freeway. So far, I have noticed that it is quite accurate as to the number of lanes and picking the right lanes to be in. Junction View shows you a rendered picture of what the junction signs you are approaching look like and an arrow is included showing with route to take. The junction signs shown in the 3760 are, for the most part, what you actually see on the highway. When the junction view is shown, it is up for only a few seconds and then the unit reverts back to the map display. When shopping for a unit, I highly recommend these options.
Another great function is the Trip Planner. With my old unit, I used to have to manually move to a starting point on the map, then select my destination to determine travel time for a proposed trip. Now, with the Trip Planner, the 3760 allows me to plan trips, including the entry of a desired arrival time, which shows a suggested departure time taking into account travel time for the trip. You can save the trips and then call them up when you're ready for them. This is another must-have option.
I was also really looking forward to the traffic information being delivered directly to the unit. With my 360, I had to use a smart phone to get traffic information, which was not very convenient while driving in traffic. I don't live in an area where traffic information is broadcast, but I do travel to Los Angeles frequently. My take so far on how well the traffic information works is that it is better than nothing. I've noticed that it is not always completely accurate. I've hit slowdowns that didn't show on the unit. I have also seen it be very accurate. I was traveling westbound on a stretch of freeway in an area where the eastbound traffic was moving very slow. The map showed the point where the eastbound slow traffic began, which corresponded closely to where the slowdown actually started. When traffic information is being received, a traffic icon shows up in the upper left of the screen. The icon turns yellow for slow traffic ahead and red if traffic is really jammed. The unit automatically re-routed me once when traffic on my route was report as red. The route it chose was the same one I would have chosen had I known about the traffic jam. If the traffic is reported as slow, you can ask for a suggested alternate route. The unit displays the travel time for the main route and the alternate route so that you can make a decision of whether the alternate route is worthy of consideration. If you have your estimated arrival time displayed, the traffic function updates your arrival time to include traffic slowdowns. When it is receiving traffic information, the displayed estimated arrival time is much more accurate.
Cons: Reception of traffic information is not flawless. The unit occasionally loses the traffic data connection. Powering the unit off and then back on restored the connection.
A major problem I have with this unit is that it stops drawing the map after it has been running continuously for about 3 hours. I noticed that another reviewer of the 3760T reported the same problem. My guess is this is caused by a software problem and, hopefully, it will be resolve in a future update. The only way I can avoid this problem is to turn the unit off and then power it back on every couple of hours during a long trip. This is rather annoying for a GPS that costs more than $400.
I can't say whether trafficTrends and myTrends are good options or not, because I've seen no evidence that either is doing anything. It's possible that I haven't driven in the same area enough where traffic data is available for this option to kick in. However, I would have thought there would be some indication of myTrends working. The way I understood myTrends was that the unit would watch where you like to drive and then start routing you that way. I have a route I travel frequently that has a shorter by-pass, which I always avoid since it's only a 2-lane highway. My 3760 has not realized that I don't take that by-pass, because it tries to get me to take it every time. My recommendation for these 2 options is to skip them and save some money. If you commute every day in a big city, maybe these might be useful.
When searching for a location in another city, the unit does not display the resulting city list in order of distance from your current location. I'm not sure what criteria it uses to order the list. At a point about 250 miles from Los Angeles, CA, when trying to select a location near Los Angeles, the resulting city list shows Los Angeles, CA as the 45th entry on the list. Paging down 5 at a time, 9 times, to get to the desired city is not very convenient.
In summary, knowing what I know now, I would probably have chosen the 1490LMT instead. It has all of the functions that I find useful in the 3760. But, at around $200, it's a much better value.
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i had the 3760lmt.. and i have to advise - just stay away from this and go get yourself a new phone or new phone plan for data.
-New style charger (micro usb)
-no advertisements on mine.. thou i have heard others have this
-good suction cup, mount, and bracket
-ilike having speed limit signs on my gps. i wish my google maps on the cell would have it... REALLLLLLY love that feature
-nice that you can have the map landscape or up and down, like a cell phone
-The front screen is reflective and super finger print prone
-Glass looks like it ll scratch really easy.. not sure what difference is tween this and a cell phone.. just doesnt look and feel like it ll stand up to the time
-it takes alot of pressure to push on buttons on the screen or slide (compared to a cell)
-i leave my house and it takes between 30-48 minutes for traffic to populate. i live in the 2nd most populous city in MD and work in the 2nd richest/corporate city in MD. I returned this unit and exchanged for another thinking maybe bad unit? anddddd nope - same thing. So traffic is aweful. by the time it appears im almost at work.
-traffic ISNT ON SCREEN. you have to go to another screen. if you use your google maps traffic on your phone traffic appears on the same screen on your route map. not on the garmin device.. you have to go to a different screen
- VERY IMPORTANT ***** the draw rate on this is AWFUL!! if you dont know what that means, its the time that it takes for the computer inside to "draw" the map or image on the screen. if i turn down a road and it zooms in to show finer details automatically, and than it zooms all the way back out automatically to show you a larger area (like side raod to a highway) the area that you are zoomed into at first stays and the rest of the area on the map is just black as it zooms out.. it takes about 3-4 seconds (yes, on both the 1st and 2nd garmin i had) to draw the rest of the map. its so annoying and if you are lost somewhere and are looking for roads on there it can hinder you.
-on the highway, a black (for day time) or grey (at night time) bar appears (appeared on both units) at the top of the map just under the info bar... i have no idea what this is. i do know when i manually zoom it in the bar shrinks in size but when it zooms out it re appears. what is this? only thing i can think of is that it helps buffer the draw because going down the highway the map needs to draw more of itself and this bar buffers it???
-sound is distorted when turned up (both units)
-bluetooth is GARBAGE GARBAGE GARBAGE. the reception is horrible and its just bad
-the mileage is WRONG. i ran this at the same time as my galaxy nexus on vzw. my phone was much more accurate, sometimes up to .4 of a mile. the distance until turn X was horrible on the garmin. i use the garmin my cell and my tripometer on the car. once again - garmin was off by up to .3 miles for "x many miles until turn".
-it doesnt pronounce things correctly. the main road out of our house is 'Robins Meadow Dr.' it states 'Robins Meadow Doctor'.......... really???
-its not nearly as nice as a capacitive touchscreen on a phone. no wonder gps prices have dropped.
-user interface is bad. it can be confusing to locate things
-traffic is also inaccurate. very inaccurate. id come up to a traffic jam andddddd.. nothing was there. :0)
When I first connected the 3760, I could not acquire satellites. Having read the nightmares about four hours of updating only to have failure to load, or failure to restart, I was nervous about trying to update the 3760. I figured I might have to return it.
I went to the Garmin update and downloaded the updates to my PC. I turned on the 3760 and plugged it into the pc, and then followed the update wizard. I updated the firmware and some voice updates. The process took about 5 minutes!! I have an Intel quad 7 processor, so an older PC might take a bit longer.
I then set up to take about an hour trip. The 3760 found satellites and calculated the route in less than 30 seconds. I love the screen clarity, and the external speaker gives sufficient volume. Then I intentionally went off route and the 3760 recalculated in less than 10 seconds!
I bought the 3760 because my TomTom took 5-10 minutes to startup and calculate routes, and it was hard to hear with any kind of cabin noise. It took a long time to recalculate as well.
Needless to say, I am completely satisfied with the 3760's performance and highly recommend it--- just be careful to have the unit fully charged before updating--- and follow the instructions.