Voice recognition is one of many new features offered in Garmin's nuvi 3790T, allowing the user to navigate the menus, using only voice commands. As with all nuvis, the 3790T will provide turn-by-turn directions, but now users can initiate voice activation simply by speaking a customized command, programmed by the end user.
Next generation technology such as the 3D craze is exploding onto the consumer electronics stage. GPS is right in the thick of things with their 3D building and terrain view. The nuvi 3790T can show routes in a 2D "track-up" mode or a 3D mode, as well as display 3D rendering of prominent buildings in many cities, giving the realistic perspective of the surrounding area.
What really sets the new nuvi apart is its brand new, ultra-thin body that took home the prestigious Red Dot design award. At less than 9mm, it rivals the iPhone's sleek and streamlined design. Additionally, the dual orientation allows the nuvi to be used either horizontally or vertically on its full-glass, 4.3" diagonal multi-touch display.
Experience the advanced routing capabilities including trafficTrends and myTrends, no subscription necessary.
The trafficTrends teaches your 3790T daytime trends for traffic flow to help improve the routes provided and better predict your estimated time of arrival. In addition users will receive free trafficTrends updates every time they connect to myGarmin.com.
With myTrends, saving your regular destinations in the "Favorites" category allows your nuvi 3790T, over time, to figure out where you will want to go without you programming a destination.
Garmin has been producing innovative products for years, and 2010 is no exception. The nuvi 37xx series includes many features that consumers have been searching for.