2610 has a digital removable flashcard memory so you don't have to worry about vibrations. 2620 has a hard drive. not sure about the quest. 2610 works for me although it can be hard to read when the sunlight hits it just right.
Ditto! I got the 276C with the City Select software. Get a piece of paper and draw the screen sizes on it. It will amaze you how small some of them are. I was wanting the TomTom Rider but apperantly they are having some problems. I drew the screen on a pice of paper and damn it was tiny. With my eys, the 276C was the best. BTW, it is a marine GPS so it's waterproof and will work great on your boat.Vettster said:Check out the Garmin 276C or the 376C if you want weather forecasts.
It is the one to use if you plan on using it in the boat also.
The Garmin web site lets you compare the features of all 3 side by side.
Thanks for both the information and the pic. About all I knew for sure is not to get one with a hard drive.BWalker said:Ended up with the 276C even though the mapping is horrible without additional software. Added the automotive kit which comes with City Select software. Then I got the Ram mount for the bike. Once you learn how to select your maps and download them its fairly easy to use. The automotive kit comes with a cig plug and speaker so you can get voice commands.
Do you know if the 2730 runs on flash memory or on a hard drive? Waterproof or resistant? Also easily transferred to a car?JCZ said:The Garmin 2730 will be out in a few weeks. It's the top of the line for plug and play (no hard wiring), satellite radio, satellite weather (it even suggests other routes for you) and satellite road conditions (indicating how long of a delay and suggesting automatic detours).
Can't wait for mine to get here. Kind of like motorcycles, don't settle for less than what you really want......go straight to the top.