Mio Navman Spirit 500 SatNav
LOGIN/REGISTER AND ANSWER QUESTION
QUESTION :- Which of the following is the name of a famous explorer of land and sea?
ANSWER :- Marco Polo
In 2010, unless you have a penchant for antiques or orienteering, theres really no excuse for navigating using a paper map. Sat-navs are simple to use, accurate, and can save you time and money by giving you up-to-date traffic news and alternative routes. Plus, you dont need a degree in origami to pack them away.
And so you cant use a post-Christmas
Im skint excuse, weve got together with Mio Navman to offer Stuff readers the chance to win 15 Spirit 500 Traffic sat-navs, worth £150 each. Despite being just 14mm thin, the Spirit 500 packs a massive 4.7in display, with Slide Touch touchscreen tech and every navigation feature you could ask for: turn-by-turn, text-to-speech instructions, real-time traffic info, travel stats like speed, journey time and your ETA, plus safety camera locations. To improve map clarity, TruMap rendering strips away clutter, while Junction View shows motorway signs in 3D as you near an exit.
The Spirit 500 also features a nifty Google-powered Local Search, which helps you find stuff using simple terms like cashpoint or pub. And if youre stuck for inspiration, Explore Mode will suggest interesting destinations you can even programme it with Wcities foreign travel guides.