Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Garmin Nuvi 850

Garmin Nuvi 850
Amazon’s taken $35 off the Garmin nuvi 850 GPS system, from $200 down to $165 (today only) with free shipping. The nuvi 850 features a 4.3-inch touchscreen, voice recognition, and a built-in FM transmitter. Other goodies include optional traffic information via MSN, microSD expansion slot, MP3 player and photo viewer, and direct address transfer from Google Maps through the GPS unit’s USB port. So all in all, nothing terribly fancy except that voice recognition stuff if you think you’d use that on a regular basis.
We found another great deal today, and this time it comes from Amazon who is selling the Garmin Nuvi 850 GPS navigator for only $164.99 down from $799.00. That’s a $535 save that you can use to buy something else. The Garmin Nuvi 850 features a 4.3-inch touch widescreen, voice commands, FM transmitter, built-in antenna, pre-loaded maps for North America with 6 million POIs and the ability to add custom POIs, multi-destination routing, Where Am I? tool which shows you the emergency services near your location, and Where’s my car? tool which is very useful if you forgot where you parked.
The Garmin nüvi 850 4.3-Inch Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator with Voice Command and FM Transmitter is available in Soft Black, and it measures 6.4 x 6.4 x 3.3 inches while weighing 1.3 pounds. The GPS device also features a microSD card slot, easy-to-use UI, photo viewer, MP3 Player, Garmin Lock, and the abilities to send addresses to it from Google Maps or Mapquest, and to customize your on-screen vehicle icon. You can tell from its dimensions that it’s very small, and we assure you that it features a sleek design. You can buy the Garmin Nuvi 850 GPS Device from Amazon here for only $164.99. Take your time to read the reviews before you purchase it!

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