The Magellan Maestro 3100 is an affordable, simple, and basic portable navigation system for first-time buyers, but you can get better performance from other similar systems.
Despite a couple of minor performance issues, the Magellan Maestro 4370 offers convenience through its new OneTouch interface and also delivers with features and accurate directions.
Despite some minor shortcomings, the Magellan Maestro 4250 is a solid and accurate mid-level portable navigation system with a helpful voice-command feature.
If you're looking for an iPod speaker system that's big, loud, and affordable, the Maestro 1070 will get the job done.
See photos of the Magellan Maestro 3100 GPS.
Magellan introduces the Maestro 4350 portable navigation device with a new one-touch interface for favorite destinations.
Utilities Updates: NAV; Keyboard Maestro; ChangeDesktop;
Magellan Maestro 4700 Boasts a New Design with a 4.7-inch Display, Voice Command, Bluetooth, and Highway Lane Assist.
The Magellan Maestro series of in-car GPS devices features an updated, sleeker design and interface with a spacious 4.3-inch touch screen.
You know we've all been asking for monitors with asymmetrical stands? No? Packard Bell is under that distinct impression, hence its pretty new Maestro LED 230 HD display.