Please need fast Help - XXL 550TM or VIA 1535TM

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    California

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    Hello guys, just fast a question

    which GPS better the XXL 550TM or the VIA 1535TM??

    thanx
     
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    Any chance we could talk you into the XXL540TM instead of the XXL550TM? I think you'd find that it supports a wider range of features than either of the other two.
     
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    I have the XXL540TM, which I consider a better device than the XXL550TM because the XXL550 is basically a crippled version of the XXL540. I believe that you can currently get the XXL540TM for a price comparable to the price of the XXL550TM. so I would encourage you to look at that model.

    I also have the GO 1535 LIVE, which is similar to the Via 1535 but has more features. However, with the exception of the LIVE features, I consider the XXL540TM to be a better choice than the GO 1535 LIVE. Since the Via 1535 does not have LIVE capability, it is my opinion that the XXL540TM would be the better choice.

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    Thank you so much guys for your help.
     
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