Originally Posted by Neil E.
The XOG looks good at first glance. It's certainly a very compact package. What I want is a 770 with the functionality of a 276C, but I doubt garmin will make anything like that. The 2500T and the XOG both have screens smaller than the 276C. It will be interesting to see what the XOG can do.
Not by much, as the XOG has a 3.5" diag screen and your 276 has a 3.625" screen
Where the diff is in the resolution, the 276 has a 480x320 and the XOG is only 320x240.