- Instead of an arrow, the icon for your vehicle is a car. Delightful, my wife loved that!
- Your indicated path is much wider and easier to see onscreen
- Voice indicator to turn seems to give slightly more warning before you need to turn
Updating was simple, even on the PC (Hello Garmin, Macintosh support would be a good idea), although even if the user doesn't read the email carefully, one tends to land on the WebUpdater page, and not the software download page.
The interface is still easy to read and navigate, especially the trip details screen. It shows average speed, max speed, total time, stopped time and other indicators, both in a numeric and visual display.
A simple tap on the screen highlights whatever you've touched: roads, cities and other information.
This travel assistant is so simple to use. I highly recommend it. (And if you're interested in buying one, might I recommend Amazon for the Garmin Nuvi 350.