Magellan Maestro Loses the Clutter
The Good: Bright, wide screen; vastly improved maps; trip information from AAA included
The Bad: A few midtrip resets needed; touch screen could have been more responsive
The Bottom Line: A navigation device that shows real improvement over previous Magellan models
Depending on whom you ask, the future of personal navigation systems may or may not lie with the mobile phone. The cellular industry argues that increasingly sophisticated phones with ever-faster wireless data networks will be just as good at steering you around as any standalone device using global positioning system (GPS) satellite technology.
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