- Dimensiones del producto: 13,5 x 13,5 x 6,6 cm ; 454 g
- Pilas 1 Iones de litio (Tipo de pila necesaria)
- Número de modelo del producto: 010-00858-40
- ASIN: B003EYVHHO
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 9 de marzo de 2011
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Garmin nüvi 3750 - Navegador GPS (Ión de litio, 800 x 480 Pixeles, LCD, 55,9 x 94 mm (2.2 x 3.7"), USB, Windows XP Mac OS X 10.4)
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 7,5 cm
Ancho: 12,2 cm
Autonomía: 4 h
Canal de mensajes de tráfico (TMC): No
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Cantidad de rutas: 100
Deporte (gimnasio, correr): No
Diagonal de la pantalla: 10,9 cm (4.3")
Evitación de ruta: Si
Exterior (excursionismo, senderismo): No
Factor de forma: Portátil/Fijo
Foto de navegación: Si
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Límites de velocidad: Si
Manual de usuario: Si
Mapa de referencia: Si
Número de punto de waypoints: 1000
Opción de configuración de ruta: Si
Pantalla táctil: Si
Peso: 113,4 g
Posibilidad de agregar mapas: Si
Profundidad: 8,9 cm
Recalcular ruta automáticamente: Si
Reloj mundial: Si
Reproductor de MP3: No
Resolución de la pantalla: 800 x 480 Pixeles
Servicio en directo: No
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Windows XP\nMac OS X 10.4
Tecnología de batería: Ión de litio
Tipo de interfaz: Pantalla táctil
Transmisor FM: No
Tráfico de FM compatible: Si
Visor de imágenes: Si
Opiniones de clientes
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I initially wanted the 3760 for the lifetime traffic, but I've read how unreliable that it is and that you have to deal with advertisements on the screen - nothing is "free", remember. Anyway, I settled on the 3750 because of the above concerns and it fit my price range better.
After a week of ownership, I am posting my thoughts. I'll update this review if anything changes.
- Very intuitive menus. Even a caveman can operate it.
- The built in speaker is weak, but it gets slightly better (louder) when using the Garmin mount that has it's own built in speaker. Then again, I've got the volume at 100% just so that I can hear the voice on a hot summer day in my car with the a/c fan crankin'.
- The touch screen can be too sensitive at times. At others, I have to "mash" my finger into the screen in order to get the display to accept a change in function. Sometimes, I can see the button on the screen "flash" as if it has registered the push of the button, but nothing happens until I hit it again. It makes me wonder if I should return this. I am thinking that a clear cover on top of the screen would make the touch feature less sensitive even though it would protect the screen. I'll take my chances.
- This unit is fragile. It could easily slip out of your hand and break. I found a great semi-rigid case that fits perfectly, it's the Lowepro Volta 30.
- Battery life when the screen is on is about one hour. I was disappointed with that. I think that there is a way to turn off the screen when running on internal battery power, it may even be automatic, but my screen never shut off. Maybe that happens in pedestrian mode?
Ideas for improvement:
I'm not sure what the higher end models do with the Bluetooth connectivity, but I'd love for this GPS to broadcast into my Bluetooth earpiece so that the GPS "voice" doesn't disturb anyone else in the car if they might be sleeping. Does anyone know if the other Garmin models do this?
It would also be cool to hear the voice interrupt my radio so that I could listen to music and then hear the GPS directions as they are spoken.
I guess I spoke too soon . . .
After ten months, a cross-country trip with this thing and about 5,000 miles on it, the Gps shuts down at random times - usually when you're approaching an intersection and need it to guide you. You also must update the firmware regularly. There have been dozens of firmware updates to get this software working properly. What drives me nuts is that the GPS freezes and stutters when reading directions. I'll be looking at Magellan for my next GPS. This is just unacceptable. I'll update this with more quality complaints as I find them. I'm considering returning this unit.
These later units have fallen off the scale of what they are intended for. For instance:
* They have two different plugs - a mini USB on the base mount and a micro USB on the unit itself...WHY NOT MAKE
BOTH THE SAME,,,MICRO ???
* A GPS (generally used in an automobile )purchased in the US or south of the border is usually intended for a mount
on the drivers side. The 3750 comes with both plugs on right side, the micro USB hangs from the bottom, a
major obstruction to view from a driver seating position. A little better engineering would have the user in mind
and place these on the left SIDE OR REAR, away from view. How about a little consideration for the user ?
* The sound from the speaker is muffled, so much degrated from the older 360 or others.
* There is also a volume issue. If you have to change the volume, you have to go back to main screen, exiting your
current itinerary than coming back to it, all done by toutching, taking your attention off the road for a
considerable amount of time, expecially in heavy traffic.
* This unit being used yesterday for the first time, while on the mount and en-route to a destination, turned off
several times and came back on.
* The 3750 gets very hot quickly on the right side during use ( shutting off issue related ) ???
In all, this unit is not worth the money for all these flaws which, from a user standpoint, are major.
First off, the diplsay is gorgeous. I had a Garmin Nuvi 760 before, which had a fairly bright display, but I struggled seeing it at times if it was hit by direct sunlight. But the 3750's display is so crisp and so bright, I never have any issues seeing it at all. Even with some reflection off the more glossy surface, the brightness of the display comes through just fine and easily overwhelms any reflection. The high resolution makes the images very crisp and easy to read.
Satellite Lock times have also been really good, much improved as well over my older Nuvi 760. I know others have reported problems with this. There have been a few times when it has taken a minute or two to lock in, but most of the time it locks in before I'm even out of my driveway. My older GPS was never this fast. I think it's important to note though, that on the day I got it, it was pretty slow to lock in and I was a bit concerned. But after running software updates, it is very fast now. And there were a lot of updates! It made me do one after another about four times before it said the unit was current. Also, I have been checking it every week, and it seems there is almost always another update availabe. I do believe there have been issues, so it makes sense that Garmin is rolling out frequent software fixes.
I also really like how it automatically zooms in and out depending on how far away your next turn is. It's very intuitive the way it works. If you've ever felt the need to hit that plus or minus button on another GPS to see more of your route, this one seems to do it automatically for you. As you get closer to your next turn, it will zoom in closer to give you a better idea on the range. It will also do this for interchanges, as you enter one, it will zoom out so you can see what the entire interchange looks like. Very cool!
The MyTrends feature seems to work pretty good as well. It now pops up and asks me if I want to select my route to work in the morning. I kind of wish it would go ahead and just start mapping it automatically, so I don't have to tap anything, but it still represents fewer steps. Just one tap now and my route to work is mapped out.
The only real complaint I have, and this is minor, has to do with the traffic display icon. I did buy the FM traffic receiver for the 3750. Part of the reaoon I chose the 3750 is becuase I wanted to subsribe to traffic, rather than have lifetime traffic with ads popping up which I understand the other 3700 series models do. So the traffic feature works fine, but it only alerts you to delays based on changing color of the icon. Green can change to yellow or red, depending on how severe the delay is. I like how my old Nuvi 760 would actually tell me in minutes how much time traffic delay is adding to my route. I wish the traffic icon in the 3750 had delay time as well, so I could see this at a glance. Instead, I have to tap the traffic icon, tap the delays enroute selection, and then I see how much time is being added. Like I said, not a huge deal, but worth mentioning.
Regardless, I am thrilled with the device. I am sure others have legitmates gripes with this product, so I can't emphasize enough, make sure your software is current! Hopefully their recent upgrades will fix their problems as well.