It's been a while since we've taken a look at the largest of Magellan's GPS devices, the 7-inch monster
On its surface, the 9055-LM is similar enough to the 1700; both units have 7-inch WVGA widescreen displays. However, the LM suffix in 9055-LM denotes Magellan's decision to provide the newer unit with free lifetime updates of its maps and points of interest for the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Lifetime traffic alerts on the RDS-TMC system are also included in the unit's purchase price.
The new 9055-LM also adds Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling with contacts syncing when paired with a compatible phone, as well as a noise-cancelling microphone to ensure that those hands-free calls are as clear as they can be.
If you're looking for a standalone navigation device with a screen the size of a small tablet, the massive RoadMate 9055 GPS navigator can be yours for an MSRP of $299.