Garmin Nuvi 350 From 2005 Is Topselling GPS Device

Posted: Nov 17 2007, 11:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 10:30am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Garmin Nuvi 350 from 2005 is topselling GPS Device
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GPS devices are supposed to be one of the hottest Christmas gifts this Holiday season. And why not, prices came down dramatically and those things are just so damn useful. I could not drive around without one anymore.

Interestingly a GPS device from 2005 leads the sales charts on Amazon.com. The Garmin nuvi 350 was introduced in 2005. The low price is sure one of the reasons for making the Garmin nuvi 350 a top seller.
Amazon.com sells it currently for only $344.

Still there are many newer GPS devices with wide-screens and other new features (see latest Magellan, TomTom, Garmin) on the market that could be hotter sellers, but just are not beating the nuvi 350.

With the slim form factor the nuvi 350 still looks up-to-date. The features include QVGA resolution screen, 700MB internal memory, mp3 player, audible book player, and SD memory expansion slot.

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