Garmin Announces the Nuvi 1200, 1250, 1260T, 1300, 1350, 1350T, 1370T, 1390T


Garmin Announces the Nuvi 1200, 1250, 1260T, 1300, 1350, 1350T, 1370T, 1390T


Garmin announced a new series of Nuvi GPS Navigators today as part of their CeBit announcements. The line of Nuvi 1200 and Nuvi 1300 navigators are going to supplement the current line of Nuvi units out there, but, appear to me to be a platform upgrade, as the unit is 25% thinner than the current already thin design.

Garmin saw fit to include the current innovations like a view of the upcoming intersections and free traffic subscriptions in several models which I think is a good move. I have to assume (and will check) that the free traffic is supported by the NAVTEQ ad model which inserts small innocuous ads on the screen after you have stopped for more than 10 seconds. I thought it was a good trade-off for free traffic when I used the first model to have this feature; the Nuvi 755T

Garmin has also created CityXplorer; a set of data that will allow the Nuvi to function and navigate you on public transit; making it easier to tour a city utilizing the full complement of options available to you for getting around. The modules will be available in the second quarter along with the 1200 and 1300 units. Cost for each city will be around $10.


  • Nüvi 1300 - $249.99 - 4.3' screen, 48 States of Maps, and Text to Speech (Says street names)

  • Nüvi 1350- $299.99 - Adds maps for All North America Coverage, and Lane Assist

  • Nüvi 1350T - $349.99 - Adds subscription free traffic

  • Nüvi 1370T - $449.99 - Adds Euro Maps to the North American Set, and Bluetooth Handsfree

  • Nüvi 1390T - $399.99 - Adds 'Junction View' to see realistic views of upcoming complex intersections

  • Nüvi 1200 - $199.99 - 3.5' screen, and Text to speech with maps of the 48 states + PR

  • Nüvi 1250 - $249.99 - Adds maps for all North American Coverage

  • Nüvi 1260T - $299.99 - Adds subscription free traffic and Bluetooth Handsfree

(Via GPS Lodge.)

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