Sunday, March 18, 2012

Magellan Maestro 3210 review

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The Magellan Maestro 3210 is one of Magellan’s new thinner (0.7″) line of Maestros. It has a 3.5″ screen, six million points of interest (POIs), pre-loaded maps of the U.S. and Canada, and the SiRFstar III chipset. What it doesn’t have is text-to-speech, so you’ll get “turn right in 200 feet” rather than “turn right on Oak Street in 200 feet.” Nor does it have Bluetooth or live traffic capabilities.

Step up to the Maestro 3220 to get maps of Mexico too. Meanwhile, the Maestro 3250 adds text-to-speech, Bluetooth, traffic and voice commands to the 3210’s feature set. Going the other direction, the basic Maestro 3200 has a very weak 1.3 million POIs and drops the maps of Canada and Alaska. Finally, the 4200 series boosts the screen size to 4.3″.

The Maestro 4210 offers the same feature set with a 4.3″ screen. To see how the 3210 stacks up against other units, check out my Magellan auto GPS comparison chart.

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