Streetpilot 2610

Written by Tadashi Moody
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The Streetpilot 2610 is Garmin Electronics' offering in area of portable automotive navigation. This technology has made great leaps in recent years, quickly becoming a highly valued feature in the automobile industry. With the reliability and decreasing cost of GPS-based automotive navigation, pulling over to ask for directions or read a paper map are quickly becoming things of the past.

The Streetpilot 2610 is a superb performer, providing guidance to your destination through its turn-by-turn directions and voice prompts. Simply choose your destination or point of interest on the Streetpilot's color touchscreen to bring up visual and audio directions on how to get there. Maps are built right in, with the capability to store additional map detail when needed from Garmin's MapSource.

The High Powered and Feature Rich Streetpilot 2610

The Streetpilot 2610 is built on a powerful processor, allowing it to quickly redraw maps and update route information. It comes with a built in patch antenna, with the option of connecting an optional external GPS antenna. The bright automotive grade display supports 256 colors and is 3.3 inches wide by 1.7 inches high, creating crisp, easy to read maps and directions.

Other features rounding out the Streetpilot 2610 are the alphanumeric remote control, integrated dash mount, and CompactFlash data card slot for map storage. The included PC/USB interface cable makes for quick loading of additional map data. Power is provided either through an external speaker with a 12/24v adapter cable, or a dedicated AC power adapter.

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