HP iPAQ Pocket PC RX1950 Navigator PDA+SatNav 300MHz Procesor 32MB Ram 64MB Rom IrDA WLAN Microsoft - HotUKDeals
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Thanks for the post motley!! Comes with a handy free delivery as well :)
#2
nice find! repd added :thumbsup:
#3
is this a bad offer? why nobody is noticing this?
#4
wiltonson
is this a bad offer? why nobody is noticing this?

Probably because it is not as well understood as the Tomtom One offering. Whilst there is no disputing the value of the hardware I reckon nobody knows if the ViaMichelin software is any good.

I have a web site which sells some portable Sat Nav systems. However I do think that there is a lack of good information/product reviews of the pros/cons of the various systems. The magazines don't really tell the whole truth if it might prejudice thier advertising revenue.

I have personal experience of using Tomtom 5, Road Angel Navigator, Road Angel Navigator 6000, Road Angel Navigator 7000 and Snooper Indago. I can tell you there are marked differences between these products - some of them are dreadful in terms of ease of use, routing accuracy, processing speed, handling reflections etc etc......

I have bought one of these RX1950, as well as a Talex Navigon 7000 (which we are considering reselling). My intention is to write up a detailed review and SatNav buying guide with a detailed insight into how all of these products compare. This will be published on my website and (subject to the approval of the moderators) I will let you know where to see this once it has been written.

I will say on the experience I have so far that you can't really go wrong with the Tomtom products - despite how their competitors like to "knock" them.
#5
tomtom 5 and 6 will run on an rx1950 , it main complaint is that it processor is not really upto running skpye at hotspots.
#6
now sold out
#7
wiltonson
now sold out


300 x £144 = £43000+

That's equivalend to about £15m if they did that every day. Good business they have there!!!
#8
thanks motley ordered one for my husband. seems like a good price. hope he likes it.

cheers for the post!!

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