This is the new Garmin Nuvi GPS edition. This is like the size of an iPhone. It is really thin and nice to hold. I've seen many GPS systems that are big and bulky, but this one isn't. On the Best Buy website, they claim that it is less than a centimetre thick. I find it hard to believe, but I saw the Garmin Nuvi 3760T with my own eyes. It is true that it is less than one centimeter thick. It is roughly around eight millimetres. The other thing about this product is that it is really light. In terms of features, this does everything any other GPS does and more. It offers six million points of interests and I find that most of them are gas stations. Unlike most devices, the Garmin Nuvi 3760T model shows more gas stations. I will never have to worry about where to find one. This has a responsive touch screen interface. You don't have to press down hard and hold it there. This is really responsive, which is probably my favourite thing about this device. It comes with North
America live traffic update so you know before hand where you should avoid. I was told to get off the highway and follow a small road beside the highway. The reason for that was a jam on the highway, which I now later appreciated this feature. It is very useful. The other thing is that you can download and put your own maps on this GPS. I've only download maps from MapQuest so I'm sure MapQuest works with the GPS, but I'm not sure about other places to download maps. One thing that could improve this GPS is the back. The back of the Garmin is really awful looking. The back is a piece of black plastic and compared to the front, really awful. I guess I'm looking too much on the outer looks, but it really doesn't look well. The front looks real sleek, but the back is just not well made. Overall, this is a magnificent device and really money's worth.