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What Landmark Guidance Plus offers you are actual landmarks as part of the description, including brand names.
So you might be told (as we were, during testing) "Turn right at the church, then left at the KFC." The MY450LMT's text-to-speech voice is a bit on the robotic side, but it's clear enough and means that you spend a lot more time staring at the road rather than the GPS, which is exactly as it should be.
The Navman MY450LMT might not be that much of a looker, but it's a very powerful and easy-to-use GPS.
Most people won't need monthly map updates, but almost everyone would find Landmark Guidance Plus invaluable.
You will not lose the authorisation of the new maps even if they are not installed right away.
Maps that are deleted from the device can be reinstalled anytime in the future.
The MY450LMT is full of these kinds of small touches, but the easy standout is the use of real world landmarks to give you guidance.
If so, you will have to make a selection of the maps you would like to install.
The Navman F20 comes out of the box with all the information users need to receive turn-by-turn directions and information on points of interest, including hotels, restaurants, and gas stations.
Overtime, however, updates are necessary to improve user experience and unit accuracy.
To update the Navman F20 portable GPS unit, connect it to a computer, download new installation files and run them.
Installing these updates is easy as long as the user has a computer with a USB port and internet connection.
The database of locations seems fairly wide, we didn't have time to drive every Australian road to sort them all out, although we did notice some brand confusion around petrol station types.