One more review of the Garmin Nuvi 350 has appeared online. This time the Nuvi 350 was reviewed by PopGadget. PopGadget writes:
Unlike my old Garmin, the Nuvi was incredibly easy to set up — in that no setup is required. I literally took it out of the box, flipped up the antenna, turned it on and started using it. The only control on the outside of the device is the on/off switch, but the on-screen controls are so intuitive that I was able to use it without even looking at the manual. I can’t think of anyone who couldn’t figure out how to use this right out of the box (except maybe my mother). I like that the map gives you geographic context by zooming in and out: when you’re driving on one road for a long stretch, it zooms out to a broader view of the surrounding roads and towns, then when you’re in an area where you’re making turns, usually closer to your destination, it zooms in closer. You can also control the size of the map yourself by touching buttons on the screen.
This review was added to the Garmin Nuvi 350 Reviews Roundup post.