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Another ViaMichelin X-930 Navigation Review

Another review of the ViaMichelin X-930 has been posted this time by PC Magazine. The review has been added to my ViaMichelin X-930 Reviews where I have compiled a list of all the reviews available for this navigation system. By adding this review the overall average rating from all the reviews has slightly fallen to [...]

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Intellinav One GPS Review

Intellinav One, the GPS system that I have posted about in January has received it’s first review by PC Magazine. The Intellinav One GPS Review is more positive that I would have guessed when I first came across this unit. Overall, the PC Magazine editor rates it four stars out of five anf his biggest [...]

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ViaMichelin X-980T Review

VNUNET has posted a review of the ViaMichelin X-980T, the latest and higher end GPS device by Viamichelin. The X-980T offers traffic information in real-time 24/7 with its integrated RDS TMC receiver as well as exclusive content from the Michelin guides. Another feature that a lot of people might find handy is the Bluetooth hands-free [...]

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ViaMichelin X-930 Reviews Roundup

Since the ViaMichelin X930 started shipping to the USA at an extremely affordable price of just $199 I thought it would be useful to gather all the reviews that I could find in one place for easy reference. We have previously posted about the ViaMichelin X930 Review by pocket-lint, but since then more reviews have [...]

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Mio H610 Review

Pocket-lint posted a review of the Mio H610. Although the H610 has been around for a while, it received quite a bit of press attention at the CES and in my opinion it deserves it. It is an elegant portable GPS Navigation unit that uses the SiRFStar III chipset, is powered by the Samsung S3C2440 [...]

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TomTom 910 Review

The first reviews of the new TomTom devices have started appearing on the web. TomTom 910 has been reviewed by the the Laptop Magazine. A little background info about TomTom’s features and specification: 4.0 inch widescreen WQVGA screen (480×272 pixels, 64,000 colors) CPU 400 MHz RAM 64MB Lithium-Ion battery (4 hours operation) 20Gb Hard disk [...]

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Comparison of Garmin Forerunner 205 and 201

Mobile Analyst Watch has an interesting comparison of the Garmin Forerunner 205 and 201. He writes: Overall I like the 205 a lot. It’s more comfortable on the wrist, has better placed buttons (lap and start/stop), more features I’ll use, and hopefully will be more accurate too. I plan to do another write up or [...]

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LG V9000 GSM DMB Phone with GPS

Slashphone has posted a couple of images of the LG V9000, LG’s new all in one multimedia handset with integrated GPS. Some of the features of the LG V9000 include Network: GSM/GPRS/WCDMA Quadband Display: 262k colors TFT (240 x 320) 1.3 megapixel camera MP3 player Bluetooth Transflash card slot GPS TV-Watching For more information visit [...]

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Yet Another Garmin Nuvi 350 Review

One more review of the Garmin Nuvi 350 has appeared online. This time the Nuvi 350 was reviewed by PopGadget. PopGadget writes: Unlike my old Garmin, the Nuvi was incredibly easy to set up — in that no setup is required. I literally took it out of the box, flipped up the antenna, turned it [...]

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Magellan Roadmate 800 Review

GPSInformation has reviewed the Magellan Roadmate 800 and report: Overall this is a good autorouting product and provides an easy to use navigation screen with good attention to user interface features. The guidance was good but added extra messages that could get you in trouble. I found the autorouter was fast and it did a [...]

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