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GPSmagazine Mar 19, 2009

Verdict: Magellan Finally Hits A Home Run. Compared to previous Maestro models, the 4350 feels like a completely new GPS that's been re-designed from the ground up. Priced well under $300, the Maestro 4350 is one of the most capable, powerful, and price-friendly GPS units on the market today.

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