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High-resolution 800-by-480-pixel screen.
Very sleek design.
Advanced route features.
Learns traffic patterns in your area.
Free lifetime traffic info.
Voice Command is hands-free and can be activated by speaking to the Nuvi.
Bluetooth calling also helps drivers.
Excellent battery life.
Traffic reports are advertising-supported.
Voice commands are limited in scope.
Owners aren't as pleased as experts.
Poor built-in speaker (mount speaker is fine).
The glossy screen create glare when used in direct sunlight.
Traffic data cannot be accessed while using the device in the hand.
No data updates
By Computeractive on June 03, 2011
A slick sat-nav but it has a couple of minor flaws and omissions...
By DigitalVersus on January 13, 2011
Ultra-slim, light and well finished, the Garmin 3790T is the nicest looking sat nav we've seen. It has a nice high res screen, good responsiveness and aims to supply what is quite a gamut of features for such an easily transportable model. The lack...
By EISA on January 01, 2011
Garmin’s latest offering puts the ‘Portable’ into the phrase ‘Portable Navigtion Device’. Looking far more like a smartphone this ultra slim 8.95mm GPS features a 4.3-inch (10.92 cm) multitouch LCD display which will...
By HardwareZone.com on December 30, 2010
At S$579, the nuvi 3790T certainly comes at a premium price, but it's one of the best GPS devices we have used. All things considered, it looks fantastic, navigates well, and therefore deserves our hearty...
By Electronicsme on December 29, 2010
The Garmin nuvi 3790T would be the nearly-perfect navigational system had Garmin reinforced the thin and sometimes flimsy device platform, as well as taken steps to alert consumers of the pop-up ads. Many consumers purchase the GPS with "lifetime...
By GPS Lodge on November 19, 2010
The Garmin Nuvi 3790T/LMT is hands down the best GPS I've ever used offering a new brighter, higher quality view into the world of GPS navigation. The thin design, higher definition, multi-touch screen and the ability to rotate the screen to...
By Pocket GPS World on November 18, 2010
The 3790T is a very nice device with a lot of unique features. The voice command is truly amazing and the fact you can even activate it without any button presses is a massive plus point. Every person I've shown the device to has been impressed with...
By Trusted Reviews on November 17, 2010
Most of the excitement in the sat-nav market has revolved around mobile data-enabled live services and the increasing importance of smartphone apps. But the standalone personal navigation device (PND) has mostly remained quite chunky. With...
By Macworld on November 09, 2010
The Nuvi 3790T is a nicely designed GPS with a sleek, light case, and the 800 by 480 screen packs a lot of information onto the display. But for the device's premium price of $450, I would have expected advertising-free live traffic and lifetime map...
By RegHardware on November 08, 2010
Without a doubt the most stylish PND on the market the 3790T has a superbly slick UI and a lovely screen. Also the size and weight make it perfect for carrying about with you when using shanks's pony. Yet the features alone didn't outweight the...
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