New York, NY, July 05, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Fletcher Previn, founder of GPS Magazine, is proud to announce the immediate availability of its in-depth review of Garmin’s StreetPilot c550 unit. The review is available now at http://www.gpsmagazine.com.
Putting the Garmin StreetPilot c550 through the usual rigorous review criteria, GPS Magazine has awarded StreetPilot c550 its highest rating of Editor’s Choice. The Editor’s choice award had previously been held by the TomTom GO 910. However, better customer support, and overall more refined product development ultimately tipped the scale in Garmin’s favor.
Garmin's latest GPS in it's popular StreetPilot c-series is the highly anticipated StreetPilot c550. The c550 is Garmin's first GPS to utilize SiRF's high performance SiRFstarIII 20 channel GPS receiver. The c550 also supports WAAS, Bluetooth, and uses NAVTEQ mapping data. The Garmin c550 retails for $857 and is currently available at Circuit City and a few online retailers for $799 (not so coincidentally, the exact same price as TomTom's GO 910). Here, we put the StreetPilot c550 through it's paces, and determine how it stacks up against the competition. The review is available at www.gpsmagazine.com
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