Question about Magellan Maestro 4040 GPS Receiver
Hi any suggestion for a new gps. i used to have a magellan roadmate 700 until someone broke in my car and stole it. i really love magellan or im just being biased. anyway im just looking for a gps that doesnt have that much but like to be accurate. i saw a magellan maestro 4000 off buydig and was thinking of buying it. but im also considering mio's line. anyone can tell me differences on same lines. like difference between maestro 4000 to 4050? also the Mio seems good. also have anyone ever heard of the plenio vxa3000??? thanks
I have maestro 4000 works well but need to update, coast to update is about $90.00
Posted on Nov 22, 2011
Do not bother i had a 700 roadmate they start having lots of problems like fozen screens to losing satilite signals ,get the magellan mastreo 4000 or higher or the roadmate 800 or higher both are portable and has rechargable internal battery,800 you can buy extra batterys,the 4000 has no extra batterys to buy,they both have windows core 5.0 and i have both of them the are real good with no problems.belive me .
Posted on Jan 06, 2008
Don't buy a Magellan. There is little to no support, and their web based support redirects to no where useful for upgrades. I'd sell you my 4040, but can't in good conscience sell it to anyone.
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
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