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Garmin nuvi 2555LMT vs 2595LMT

Updated on April 12, 2016

What's Difference

Garmin nuvi 2555LMT
Garmin 2595LMT
Voice-activated navigation (operate device with spoken commands)
Bluetooth® wireless technology
2555LMT and 2595LMT
2555LMT and 2595LMT

A Comparison Between Garmin nuvi 2555LMT and 2595LMT

Garmin is one of the most reputable companies manufacturing GPS devices. Almost all modern car gps products from the company feature the same technologies including touchscreen display, map updates, preloaded maps and POIs (Points of Interests), cityXplorer, and the "Where Am I?" functionality. For example, Garmin nuvi 2555LMT and 2595LMT are basically the same devices featuring many similar technologies as mentioned earlier.

Almost all aspects on both devices are similar to each other including screen size, product dimension, battery type, microSD slot, and more. There are only two main differences between them, which are Bluetooth technology and voice-activated navigation.

Garmin nuvi 2555LMT is not equipped with voice-recognition technology; users will have to tilt the screen to access all the available features. With the nuvi 2595LMT, users will only have to speak commands to activate and control the navigation. Such technology is actually better because users can access functions without moving the hands from the steering wheel. By default, there are 14 voice commands available, which should cover the most essential navigational functions. Users can also control the nuvi 2595LMT using the typical touchscreen interface when necessary.

Another big difference is the inclusion of Bluetooth technology. Basically, Bluetooth is used for connecting the GPS device to mobile phone. The good thing is that every compatible mobile phone can be connected. It allows users to make or accept phone calls through the GPS device. The phone call function can also be activated by voice command.

Combining those differences, Garmin nuvi 2595LMT can be considered as the better product. The device is more convenience to use; Bluetooth technology and voice-activated navigation allows users to keep concentrating on the driving matters only. Nonetheless, either Garmin nuvi 2555LMT or 2595LMT is a good GPS navigation device equipped with almost every feature necessary.


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