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This review is from: GARMIN 4.3" GPS Navigation w/ Lifetime Map Updates
Pros: Large screen
Clear voice directions
Split screen at major intersections
Cons: Battery live can be a bit longer
Screen sometimes is slow to refresh
Question it's logic on the routes is sends me on.
Touchpad doesn't always work on the first try.
Other Thoughts: After reading all the reviews, I was a bit worried when I got the nuvi 40LM as a gift.
But after a test run home & a trip to Baltimore, MD, it got my to the desired destination without any major problems.
Good GPS for the first time buyer, or someone looking for an easy to use model.
This review is from: SABRENT SBT-ESU52 Aluminum 5.25" IDE USB 2.0 External Enclosure
Pros: USB2.0 & 1.1 compatible.
Large area to houses everything an IDE can in a desktop.
Uses a generic power cord found on any desktop or monitor.
Cons: connection for mounting 3.5 hard drives a bit tight.
Screws for mounting hard drive come loose.
Materials feel cheap.
No SATA hookups yet.
Other Thoughts: Great hard-drive,cd or DVD housing for making an external drive.
Mounted an old 40gig Western Digital HD in it with minimal fuss.
Dosen't feel like it would take alot of abuse.
This review is from: Nintendo DS Platinum
Pros: Backwards compatible to Advanced Games. Long battery life. Good sound without headphones. Dual & very bright screens. Nice PDA/Palm computer feel. Wireless connection
Cons: Even after a year, there still seems to be a lack of media for the DS. Don't really care for the touch screen game play.
Other Thoughts: I've owned every GB since the beginning. There seems to be more games released for Advanced than the DS. With Nintendo releasing the Micro after DS, make me wonder how much support their putting behind the DS sometimes. The stylist-touch screen is nice, just personally don't like it for game play. Haven't had a chance to use the wireless.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Kenneth O.
Date Joined: 02/19/02
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