CNET Editors’ Choice goes to Garmin® nüvi 3790

garminsg / 07 Oct 2010


Singapore/ October 7, 2010 - Garmin Corporation, a unit of Garmin Ltd., the global leader in satellite navigation, is pleased to announce CNET Editors’ Choice goes to Garmin nüvi 3790. CENT is a critical gadget review website from the States.


"The slim profile and large, sharp screen make this nüvi one of the most portable and best-looking standalone GPS devices that we've tested," raved CNET in their latest review of the nüvi 3790. In fact, they were so impressed with this nüvi's design, features and performance, they gave it 4.5 stars and deemed the new 3790 an Editors' Choice pick! In addition to being the "best looking" PND they've tested, CNET also liked the voice command feature that lets you truly be hands-free by speaking the words you see on the screen or by speaking certain commands, the included Bluetooth capability. The bottom line? According to CNET, "the Garmin nüvi 3790 is an exceptional portable navigation device with just the right blend of form and function."

To learn more about the nüvi 3790, please visit interactive minisite and these tutorial vidoes.

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