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Magellan Roadmate

Magellan Roadmate

Magellan Roadmate

By Anne Ahira

The Magellan Company has been making GPS units for a very long time. The Magellan Roadmate is one of the models that have helped to show why this company is so well respected in the industry both by competitors and the consumer as well.

The Magellan Roadmate series of GPS units is pretty extensive and covers most every price point for the consumer. They range from about $120 to around $300 so no matter what your budget, you should be able to find one of the models that will satisfy your particular needs for a mobile navigation unit.

Every model in the Magellan Roadmate series of GPS is easy to use and even the base unit offers a plethora of feature rich content that will give everyone from the novice to the advanced user the features they need to feel like the unit is a good value.

The current top of the line Magellan Roadmate almost works its self and is so extensive that it gives you an effortless yet very powerful navigation experience to the user.

The unit is so packed full of the best of features that it could easily take more room than we have for the entire article just to describe briefly what it will do and how eel and easily it does them. In fact, that can be said for all eleven models in this line.

Each of the siblings in the Magellan Roadmate series give the consumer more than enough in the way of features that we could expend several pages of words on each and still not cover all of the features that they have to offer. Suffice to say that no matter which model in the line you chose, you will be a very happy owner.

The Magellan Roadmate line also offers a huge selection of accessories. And these stylish accessories make it easy to personalize the way you use your GPS. You can purchase cases, mounts, cables, cradles, antenna, expansion cards, and more.

That means that no matter what it takes to personalize your purchase and to make the GPS unit you choose the best choice for you, it can be found here.

Magellan has long been in the forefront of the GPS technology race and the Magellan Roadmate continues the time honored tradition laid down by its predecessors in this area.

Many Magellan models have paved the way since the mid 1990s and even though they might be antiquated and dated by today’s standards, if you have one of the early models you might be interested to see how much they have changed and yet how much remains the same. It’s comforting to know that Magellan has continued the excellence that was set by its early models.



Sony Ericsson Phones

Sony Ericsson Phones

Sony Ericsson Phones

By Anne Ahira

There is a good chance that you already know the quality of the products offered by Sony. There is a possibility that you are also aware of the reputation of the Ericsson line of electronics.

When you combine the two into the Sony Ericsson Phones line, you are talking about an unbeatable combination that gives you a huge bang for the dollar. The quality is phenomenal and the feature content is absolutely amazing.

 

It is hard to believe is how many things a Sony Ericsson Phone can pack into such a tiny package. All phones are getting to the point that there is almost nothing that they can’t do and this lineup is no exception.

These babies can do everything from being able to connect to the Internet to adding a camera, doing video and music. These phones are nothing short of miraculous. You can text and use it as a standard wireless phone as well.

Once you have made the decision of what features are most important to you, you are on the way to making the decision. Yes all of the Sony Ericsson Phones allow you to do almost anything.

The truth of the matter is that you might not actually have a problem with any of them as you main mobile device. However, I would tell you that the primary use should dictate your phone.

In other words if you find yourself texting almost exclusively and rarely just pick up the phone and talk to someone. You would do best to make sure to get one of the many models with a QWERTY keyboard on it so you can do that faster and with more accuracy.

However your choice in Sony Ericsson Phones may be entirely different if you primarily actually talk to people. I for one rarely text, yes I know that puts me in the minority, but I find it hard to judge how honest people are and how emotional they are via test. I would much rather hear a voice tell me something. Yes I still text from time to time but only as a last resort.

Size is another consideration. You might want your Sony Ericsson Phone to be small and unobtrusive so you can easily hide it. You might also be on the opposite end of that and have terrible eyesight and need or want something with a little more substance to it. Either way you can find a model in the line that should work nicely for you.

The makers of Sony Ericsson Phones have taken care to listen to the needs of the people that use them and they have fine-tuned the units down to where they are not only functional but also beautiful.