Review: Magellan RoadMate 760 GPS
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Reviewed by Ryan McLaughlin on 11/02/2005
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  • cneedelman

    Don’t buy this one. Whenever I turn it on it can take up to 10 minutes to find the satellite. The cord fell apart and now the connection on the body is flaky. It’s overly complicated to use. Buy a Garmin, I’ve used that one also and it works perfectly.

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  • jkellett

    I purchased a 760 in 2006, with the promise that updates would be available on a regular basis. Several times in 2007, the unit itself prompted me to go to magellangps.com for new updates, but the website said each time that the update woldn’t be available until “x”, X being a few months in the future.

    But yesterday, there WAS an update available. For $80 (well, I could live with that if it was a good update), but – a really, really HUGE but – it was NOT available by download, and the DVD they offered could ONLY BE USED ON A PC!!

    I was stunned, and called their customer support, which confirmed that I COULD NOT UPDATE THE UNIT ON AN APPLE COMPUTER!

    What a HUGE ripoff.

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  • joe

    I purchased a Magellan 760 in 2005. You have to pay for updates. Forget Magellan, I am going to buy a Tom Tom, they update maps automatic every time you turn them on (FREE.)( Wake up Magellan )

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