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Default Rino 650 vs 755t

Are the maps enough better on the 755t to justify paying more?
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I heard that the signal of Rino is weak sometimes.
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They both rock. Same maps but 755 is easier to use as it’s touch screen.


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They both rock. Same maps but 755 is easier to use as it’s touch screen.


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