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    Re: 8320 vs. 8310... Why choose Wi-Fi?

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    in a general nutshell, wifi = speed. GPS = cost efficient, convenient.

    You can get a GPS puck, you can't get a wifi puck.

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    Re: 8320 vs. 8310... Why choose Wi-Fi?

    Quote Originally Posted by angryjohnny77 View Post
    The way i see it, if you use any data services (ie viigo, web browsing, etc) on your curve, wi-fi is so much better than edge. you can always add your bluetooth gps to the 8320, but you cant add wi-fi to a gps phone.
    This statement makes sense. I second the motion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macdarwin View Post
    I prefer WI-Fi on my Curve especially the signal on my Apartment gives me only 1 bar to none all the time...Now that i have a wireless router, I got Full UMA Signal.

    For the GPS, Garmin Nuvi is with me
    Yea, that's what I have in my car at all times too. I think that if you are serious about a GPS, the best way to go is with a Garmin (first of all), a nuvi model (second), and third -- something that has a screen, supports touch, and is stationary + compact.

    Given all that, I still think it would be nice to have it built in for those times you are walking around a giant city like an idiot looking for a building 3 streets away.

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