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Recent reviews for this item:
Anon, March 18, 2013 The microUSB cable is necessary for updating maps from PC download to GPS device whereas, maps were not able to be updated via the GPS device miniUSB port. The Garmin microUSB PC Cable performed as advertised.
witter, November 17, 2011 Works fine Great service
James, October 4, 2011 Cord received is not the same as pictured: While clearly
marked 'Garmin', it has no ferrite core. Therefore it is
no better than any cheap micro-B cel phone cord off the
pegboard at our local big-box discounter. In fairness, GPS
City is using the same image as the one on Garmin's site.
Funny thing - as Garmin eliminates the ferrite core, EMI
lives on. Got buggy data? Check the proximity of your
computer, cel phone, 4G dongle or anythine else having a
transmitter or superhetrodyne receiver. Then look at
your 'core-less' USB cord.
RF-4C Jock, July 18, 2011 My new Nuvi 2450LM came with a Micro USB cable to connect
the GPS to a computer. The enclosed cable was only useable
if the unit was connected to a laptop computer since it's
only about 14 inches long. They should supply the cable I
ordered that is long enough to connect the GPS to a desktop
computer which is usually inaccessable with such a short
cable, especially if the desktop only has rear USB ports
The GPS works great and the new longer cable makes it
possible to connect to a desktop in most any location.
Garmin should stop trying to saave a buck!!!!