OK, so that's two people who don't like the 35x0 screen after a year and a half of discussion. ;)Personally, I don't care what they look like side by side and no longer have the 3790 to compare. I just know that the screen on my 3550 looks great under all the conditions I've encountered - even with polaroid glasses. So it's "bright enough" for me.But different people may perceive things differently.
OK, so that's two people who don't like the 35x0 screen after a year and a half of discussion. ;)
Bringing up the 3790 however, It's screen is very bright. I remember when I was using it regularly, it's nighttime brightness setting was simply -too- bright: 10% was too bright and the next setting down of 0% was too dark.
RV dashboard on nuvi 34xx:
Several people have already commented that this dashboard can be hard to read on an 800x480 screen.
I can read it just fine with reading glasses...don't know if I'd want to drive with them on to be able to read it though...they'd have to be hanging off the end of my nose. :lol:
There was this guy Ben (maybe you've heard of him) who invented something called bifocals.... :lol:
An Interesting thing about the RV Dashboard is that it uses tiling.
I have a design based on the Garmin Glass which has a center speed/speed limit and 3 fields either side making 8 in total and it is easily readable
If you give me an email I will do, not sure how to attach a file or photo on this site
I believe the color of the speed is "hardwired" into Garmin's code and you can't change it. You could change the background color though.