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(According to Garmin’s website, the rechargeable lithium-ion battery lasts 2 hours) As a Garmin veteran, I knew that the next thing I needed to do is plug the device into my computer to grab the latest maps and software updates.
However, the booklets supplied only give you a cryptic looking picture, which appears to show you can plug it into your PC.
There’s a link to download the full manual, but there’s nothing in the box to indicate how to actually use the device, which delays you getting up and running.
A simple quickstart guide, perhaps supporting your first few minutes with the device, would have been appreciated.
Garmin has been in the satellite navigation business for years.
They specialise in a wide range of devices – for walkers and hikers, drivers and bikers, sailors and more.
I noticed that the charging cable supplied with the new model is nice and thin, too.
The older Nuvi 3595 LMT chassis is bulky too, with protruding parts containing the traffic receiver.
In fact, I first invested in one of their units, a Nuvi 3595 LMT, only 3 years ago.However, while the new Nuvi 2599 LMT-D keeps the traffic receiver on board, the designers have managed to shave off any unnecessary bulk.This also means it can still check traffic while running off the battery – a nice touch.This is the European version of the device that is sold as the Garmin Nuvi 2599LMTHD in North America).