Monday, May 25, 2009

Garmin GPS debuts new "My Garmin" website to help users

Technology is great as long as it works and part of making it work for you is knowing as much about your technology as possible. To help with that, the folks at Garmin have come up with a nice idea. It's a website that recognizes your GPS device and then provides information about it. This is a great customer service idea. Here are all the details from Garmin:

We're at it again. We're figuring out ways to make your life easier, and we think we have another winner. This time we've created something for the GPS device you already own -- is a site where you can manage all there is to manage about your GPS. From registering your Garmin to downloading new maps to learning more about your specific GPS, is designed to be a helpful resource 24/7.

So, here's what you should do...
1. Visit
2. Click on the second tab, myDashboard and follow the screen prompts
3. Connect your GPS to your computer through the USB port.
4. Be prepared to learn more about your GPS than you ever thought possible from one central location.

As soon as my.Garmin recognizes that a GPS device is connected to the computer, you can click on the second tab, myDashboard, and you'll see a picture of your devcie along with helpful information about your GPS like map updates and free software updates. myGarmin is completely tailored to you and your GPS, so take some time to explore and discover everything there is to know about your Garmin.

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