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Garmin Nuvi 755T
By: Joe Eitel
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    The Garmin 700 series has always been top-of-the-line. Thatís why almost every release has earned high ratings from "PC Magazine." So, how could Garmin compete with their own track record? The answer can be found with their latest device: the Garmin Nuvi 755T.


    The improvements made in the Garmin Nuvi 755T are quite profound. Not only is the device more slender, but it also features a much more innovative interface. For instance, instead of seeing your directions on a map, you get an opportunity to see them in photo-realistic 3-D. This makes your navigation much easier, especially when you're on the highway.

    In terms of price, the Garmin Nuvi 755T is pretty much in the same range as its predecessors. On average, it costs $499.99. However, if you don't mind purchasing from a lower-end retailer, you might be able to get it for $399.99 or less. Refurbished systems might even be cheaper (though they are not the same as systems that are completely new).

    Still, for many people $400 is a very high price to pay. So it's important to know whether or not the Garmin Nuvi 755T is worth the investment. And if you're unsure, you can use this article as a guide, as the upcoming sections will delve into the 755T's most prominent features.

    In the Box

    • Garmin Nuvi 755T

    • Suction cup mount (for use inside a car)

    • Vehicle power cable

    • USB cable (to connect the device to a computer)

    • Dashboard CD

    • Quick start manual

    • Preloaded maps of the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico

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