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Portable GPS navigator, traveler’s reference, and digital entertainment system, all in one. Combined with detailed maps, I provide automatic routing, turn-by-turn voice directions, and finger-touchscreen control—making it easy to find your way anywhere. I'm the ultimate travel companion.

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What People Are Saying About nüvi:

“The Nuvi plotted fast, efficient routes that usually matched my own time-tested directions turn for turn, and the best feature of the display is its simplicity, streamlined of all unimportant details.”
- Andy Inhatko, Chicago Sun Times, 12.15.05

“Garmin's nuvi 350 is one of the hottest GPS gadgets this holiday season. It's a multipurpose instrument…”
- John Stanley, Arizona Republic, 12.08.05

“The Nuvi 350 is insanely good. Next to the iPod it’s the best piece of consumer electronics I’ve purchased in the last 5 years. It really is that good. It’s perfectly executed.”
- Signal vs. Noise blog, 07.12.05

“Say bonjour, guten tag, and ciao to the Garmin nuvi, a sat-nav with a bewildering array of features – including Babelfish-style translation.”
- Adam Vaughan, Stuff Magazine, 11.10.05

“(nüvi)... is smaller – the size of a deck of cards, but slimmer – and comes pre-loaded with more maps and more data.”
- Stephanie Gruner, Wall Street Journal Europe, 12.09.05

“It's rare that a company can create a new product category, develop a product in that category, and get it right on the first try, but Garmin appears to have done just that with the nüvi 350. This reviewer is already reaching for his plastic.”
- Craig Ellison, PC Magazine, 11.01.05

“The nüvi will tell you where to go (in nine languages if you need it), but it can do so much more, too.”
- T.O. Whenham,, 10.27.05

“It makes getting lost almost enjoyable.”
- Adam Baer, The New York Times, 10.27.05

“Cramming a lot into a small space is an art that must be mastered by travelers... Garmin has taken that art form to a new level.”
- David Hayes, The Kansas City Star, 09.18.05

“9 out of 10” and first place among “MP3-capable GPS units”
- Joe Brown, Popular Science, January 2006


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