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The Garmin nuvi 3760T is one of three 9mm thick auto GPS devices (3750, 3760T, 3790T) released in late 2010.

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Pros

MicroSD memory card slot

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only 9mm thin

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built-in waypoints with an efficiency sorter (trip planner)

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overall improved routing - now includes a intelligent MyTrends engine, learns what your favourite routes are

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great highway junction view with real life signs displayed on screen

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free lifetime traffic data

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extremely slick industrial design

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4.3" high resolution WQVGA (800x480) multi-touch display

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trip information view gives you all the data there is to know about your current trip

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FM traffic receiver is built right into the power cable - easy and uncomplicated

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high quality, adjustable mount

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slick interface, only improving after years of refinement by a leader in stand-alone GPS

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designed for both automotive and pedestrian travel

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functionally the same as the more expensive 3790T besides a few missing features (voice-based navigation, topographic maps and the 3D building view)

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can be used in both horizontal and vertical orientations

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text based turn list option

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

FM traffic receiver is somewhat bulky looking, unsightly

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most pedestrian maps are sold separately, are expensive and only per-city

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Garmin nuvi 3760T is one of three 9mm thick auto GPS devices (3750, 3760T, 3790T) released in late 2010. Each model features a 4.3” capacitive touchscreen, QVGA display with dual orientation, meaning it can be and used either horizontally or vertically. As an upgrade from the 3750, the nuvi 3760T comes bundled with an FM traffic receiver and free lifetime traffic updates, and it adds along Bluetooth wireless technology. Like its predecessor, the 3760T features spoken turn-by-turn directions and street names, although user input is limited to the touchscreen display and an included QWERTY keyboard. Included also is nuRoute Technology, which automatically learns daytime traffic flow trends and the user’s regular driving schedule, allowing the system to more accurately calculate the estimated time of arrival. Additional features include a QWERTY keyboard for user input, and ecoRoute for calculating e a more fuel-efficient route.

Features
  • Ultra-Thin Automobile/Portable GPS Receiver
  • QVGA Capacitive Multitouch Display
  • Vertical/Horizontal Dual Orientation
  • Upgrade from nuvi 3750
  • Adds Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Adds FM Traffic Receiver
  • Adds Free Lifetime Traffic Updates
  • nuRoute Technology (trafficTrends/myTrends)
  • Voice Prompts / Spoken Street Names (Device)
  • Spoken Turn-by-Turn Directions (Device)
  • QWERTY Keyboard (User)
  • Lane Assistance
  • Auto Re-Route
  • Route Avoidance
  • ecoRoute
  • Speed Limit Indicator
  • Custom POIs
  • Photo Navigation
  • World Clock
  • Currency/Unit Converter
  • Calculator
  • “Where Am I?” Emergency Locator
  • Garmin Lock Anti-Theft
  • Garmin Garage Compatibility
  • Custom Voices/Vehicles
  • Optional Plug-In MicroSD Cards
  • cityXplorer Big City Navigation
  • City Navigator NT Street Maps (US/Can/Mex)
Specifications
  • Part #: 010-00858-00
  • Display: 4.3" WQVGA Color TFT (800x480)
  • Battery: Rechargeable Li-Ion (4 Hours)
  • Compatibility: Windows XP+; Mac OS X 10.4+
  • I/O: MicroSD
Post Review
Steven
06/19/2011 11:34

I live in south Carolina and have family from Georgia to Minnesota I have routes I like to travel for example when going right outside Atlanta I like to go I 85 to highway 53 to highway 11 to I 20 is there a gps out there that I can program that into so I have help not missing my turn ....if so what model of gps? Thank you for your time!

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