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    Default Garmin GPS in Sunlight Comparison Video

    Garmin GPS in Sunlight Comparison Video
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    If they switch to the 2460 to night mode there will be not so big difference! It help me...
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    Garmin should use better lamps (diodes) on some models.

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    2460 in many aspects do not have successful and long life!
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    But it can convert to dezl 560 which gives it a long-life niche as a 'truckie's gps'!
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