Sunday, March 18, 2012

Magellan Maestro 3250 review


The Magellan Maestro 3250 is one of Magellan’s new thinner (0.7″) line of Maestros. Like the Maestro 3210, 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.

The Maestro 3250 adds to this feature set, providing Bluetooth for hands-free cell phone use, live traffic info and voice commands. It also has text-to-speech, so you’ll get “turn right on Oak Street in 200 feet” rather than just “turn right in
200 feet.”

To see how the 3250 stacks up against other units, check out my Magellan auto GPS comparison chart.

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