Garmin nuLink! 2320 video review



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When Garmin released its first live-enabled sat-nav in the UK, the nuvi 1690, it seemed like finally TomTom had a heavyweight competitor. But Garmin hasn't followed up that promising start with further devices, until now. The nuLink! 2300 series represents Garmin's latest foray into the world of sat-nav interactive data services, and it has a couple of unique tricks up its sleeve. The 2320 is the baby of the range, with UK and Ireland maps, whilst the 2340 extends coverage to Western Europe, and the 2390 adds more European maps and extra features.

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Edward Crabtree

August 17, 2011, 7:30 pm

Thanks for the review. Would have been nice for you to add details of competitors that provide similar functionality for less in the conclusion.

Kris Barber

June 7, 2012, 12:33 pm

Did it find locations quickly and accurately? Were the routes it suggested logical? Or is the reviewer assuming that everything else works fine and we only need to know about the extra options?

Kris Barber

June 7, 2012, 12:52 pm

Sorry just found I missed the crucial bit "Despite its many bells and whistles, the nuLink! behaves very similarly to other premium Garmin sat-navs during navigation."

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