Garmin: Send-to-GPS from Google wirelessly using MSN Direct

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Garmin has worked with Microsoft to allow MSN Direct users to wirelessly send points of interest from Google Maps to their MSN Direct-compatible nüvi.

The user  searches for the point he wants on Google Maps, clicks on the Send links, selects GPS and then Garmin. On the resulting page the user has to select the MSN Direct tab and click the Send by MSN Direct button.

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One Response to “Garmin: Send-to-GPS from Google wirelessly using MSN Direct”

  1. meena Says:

    Garmin Nuvi 265WT
    Garmin’s nüvi 265WT improves upon its 200-series predecessors by adding free real-time traffic updates from Navteq (for the life of the device) as well as Bluetooth connectivity to your cell phone. Other significant improvements in the 2×5 series include a predictive technology that provides faster satellite lock, a redesigned screen with more information, terrain maps, and an exciting new photo navigation feature. The 265WT provides complete maps for North America and the handy Text-to-Speech feature, so you get turn-by-turn spoken directions with the real names of streets (e.g. “turn left in 50 feet at Nebraska Way”, rather than merely “turn left in 50 feet”).

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