Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS Navigator

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Specifications: The Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS navigator is optimized for road navigation on vehicles. It has a built-in antenna and comes with maps of North America, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. This model comes with a 3.5-inch anti glare touch screen that display images at a 320 x 240 resolution. It has a SD memory card slot and an internal lithium ion battery (that can last up to 5 hours on a single charge). This model ships with a manual, a suction cup mount, dashboard disk and a vehicle power cable.

Design: The Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS navigator weighs at just 5.2 ounces and measures at 3.8 x 0.8 x 2.8 inches. There are no external control buttons on it except for the lock/power-on button on top of the unit. All the controls can be accessed through the touch-screen. On the back you will find the power port/USB and speaker. It has a gray/silver external casing and overall, has a clean and sleek look.

Features & Performance: The Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS navigator is considered an entry-level GPS device so it has a set of basic features. You can choose to navigate by selecting the point of interest or keying in an address. The device can generate routes based on a variety of preferences, such as the shortest distance, fastest route, highways, toll roads, etc. Although it works best in cars, it also includes a pedestrian, bicycle, bus and truck modes.

Overall: The Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS navigator is not the zippiest nor the most advanced navigator in the market. From a cold start, the device took less than two minutes to get a satellite signal. Route recalculations were prompt and the controls were very easy to use. The Garmin Nuvi 250 GPS navigator is the perfect model for those who are looking for an affordable yet reliable GPS navigator.

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This article was published on 2010/04/01