Garmin StreetPilot C320 Reviews
The Garmin StreetPilot c320 offers all the essentials, such as text and voice-guided directions, bird’s-eye-view navigation view, and a points-of-interest database, but it requires you to transfer maps from a PC via USB connection. Alternatively, there is an SD slot, and it comes with a 128MB SD card. It takes a little more work, but in the end, it’ll get you to your destination.
TMCnet also has written a review:
The Garmin c320 StreetPilot is one of the first really self-contained GPS units to come out of Garmin. Designed to get you from Point A to Point B without all the fuss and muss. TrustedReviews feels this thing looks a lot like the TomTom Go, but I think any GPS unit with a color touchscreen will now look like the TomTom Go, seeing as how everyone else is now playing catch-up.
Duncan Houston writes:
The user interface is extremely polished; a masterpiece of usability. A child could use it; anyone could use it, even without reading the instructions first (except perhaps for inserting the card). And I do advise reading the instructions; they are very good and take you though everything like a child. There is no way you can go wrong. Directions are precise, the voice is clear and the estimated time of arrival is spookily accurate. Unfortunately, it doesn’t allow post code searches; Perhaps Garmin overlooked this because America doesn’t use the postcode system?