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MAG GP-110 GPS Europe £69.99 @ Pixmania

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
The GP-110 GPS from Mag displays clear, precise instructions on its 4.3-inch TFT screen. It comes with a Centrality Atlas II processor clocked at 300 Mhz and has a built-in antenna so you can receive information about your whereabouts easily. It even has a headphones jack, so you can hear spoken instructions loud and clear or simply listen to your favourite music tracks! The GP-110 from Mag will get you to your destination safe and sound.

Spoken instructions in English, Spanish, French, Croatian, Czech, Danish, German, Italian, Hungarian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovenian, Finnish, Swedish, Turkish, Greek, Russian, Hebrew, Chinese and Russian.



General information Type Stand-alone GPS
GPS performances Number of channels Information not provided
Precision Centrality Atlas II processor, clocked at 300 Mhz
Upgradability Information not provided
Route planning Shortest, fastest route
Vocal guidance Yes
Bluetooth transfer No
Extra functions Adjustable screen brightness: day, night, automatic
2 W loudspeaker
Headphones jack
USB port

Mapping Support type SD
Included cards TeleAtlas 2007 maps of Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norwat, Portugal, San Marino, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK

MapSource (download possibilities) Information not provided
Physical specifications Display 4.3" TFT touch screen - 16:9
480 x 272 pixels
400:1 contrast
Antenna Built-in antenna
Power 1500 mAh lithium-ion battery
Battery life 4 to 5 hours
Internal memory 1 GB
Included accessories In-car charger, car mount, USB connection cable, case, mains charger
Dimensions 132 x 95 x 22 mm
Weight 231 g
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#1
seems good to me - anyone got an opinion?
#2
would be a good deal except for Pixmania warm
#3
3% quidco (on value exc. vat)
#4
how to unlock?
#5
:thumbsup: Looks like a deal to me. Hot
#6
Note the 2007 maps - these would have been released from 2006 data
#7
I doubt you will find more recent maps than 2007. It takes a long time to get from
mapping to Sat Nav gadget .
From my limited experience I prefer Navigon maps.
I have TeleAtlas built in to my car (7-8 yrs old) but prefer small Fujitsu/seimens Navigon (1 yr old).
Maybe just newer.
Just noticed the processor ummmmm. . On the other hand - maps for Europe and low price ummmmm.
#8
Shipping / Delivery on top £8.30
#9
I'll look up for some instructions for people on my many favourites pages for people wanting to unlock it. I've also got i link to get and install a widescreen version of navigon! I wouldn't recommend tomtom, that version is so old, even with 6.75 maps. Add mio onto this as well with 3d maps.
[helper]#10
The P & P of £8.30 should be included in the price. For those who have not used Pixmania - they are based in France so printed instructions may be in French, any power leads etc may beFrench (sometimes they include a uk adaptor plug, sometimes they don't) and if there is something wrong with it then it has to be sent back to France.

I think you would be better getting a cheap one from Ebuyer etc Although I dislike Pixmania, I'm not voting either way on this one.....
#11
Would be a great deal if you trust Pixmania further than you could throw a lorry full of elephants, unfortunately you can't so voted cold.
#12
Aren't Pixmania now owned by the Dixons Group? Don't know if that has or does make a difference.
#13
I am having bad experiance with PIXmania bcoz
I have try to order 4 times but all got failed due to some reason like no stock ,
but i got my money back
it seems Customer service is very poor
#14
For anyone not sure about this, I can highly recommend the Garmin nuvi 250 Europe. Easily updatable from a world leader in GPS. Plus maps for all of europe, not just west europe (handy for me!). Bit dearer yes at 95 pounds from amazon.co.uk, but a trusted name, delivery is free and good c.s..
That said, never had a problem with pixmania, but i seem to be in a minority.
#15
kobirulali
I'll look up for some instructions for people on my many favourites pages for people wanting to unlock it. I've also got i link to get and install a widescreen version of navigon! I wouldn't recommend tomtom, that version is so old, even with 6.75 maps. Add mio onto this as well with 3d maps.


I'd be very interested if you could hack it to get mp3 and mp4 playback. So please feel free to get all the info you can! :thumbsup:
#16
Any other company I d heartily recommend this, but deal with Pixmania at your peril. I recently bought an Oregon Scientific ATC2K Action Camera. These retail about £85 but Pixmania are selling them for about a tenner less. Seemed like a bargain ... until when it arrived a week later - completely different to as described - being a SPANISH version with no English instructions. I emailed them to complain then I get back a standard reply saying to download the manual from the Oregon website. When I put across the argument that the point is that an imported version of a product will always have a lower resale value - especially with foreign documentation. I have demanded a refund - but have a further TWO WEEKS to wait til it gets back to France. I paid £6.40 to have it insured delivered back - this will not be reimbursed. Pixmania do not reply to mail/email or faxes. If you want a saving ... try Play.com or eBuyer etc - who bother to respond to their customers. I understand the DSG Group are linked to Pixmania but this counts for nothing when you are trying to negotiate with a Parisian head office!. Anyway - thats MY opinion - I dare say if you go on Google and type in Pixmania Complaints you'll see others - which may help you decided if its just me thats biased!. Hope this is was of some help in making your decision. ;-)
#17
Chuck U
I'd be very interested if you could hack it to get mp3 and mp4 playback. So please feel free to get all the info you can! :thumbsup:


Ones with a USB port are easily hackable, the start-up interface is usually a file in the system memory that can be changed to have another option, i.e. to the Windows CE desktop. Be warned however the processor in this is the older Atlas II, they GPS is good, but suppoedly not as good as the Sirf III chipset.

The main draw of this sat nav is the nice large 4.3" screen. The software is great and considering you get the European Maps as well it seems a good offer, just a shame its Pix
#18
muddyfox470
Ones with a USB port are easily hackable, the start-up interface is usually a file in the system memory that can be changed to have another option, i.e. to the Windows CE desktop. Be warned however the processor in this is the older Atlas II, they GPS is good, but suppoedly not as good as the Sirf III chipset.

The main draw of this sat nav is the nice large 4.3" screen. The software is great and considering you get the European Maps as well it seems a good offer, just a shame its Pix

Thanks for the heads up
#19
czechoslovakia
For anyone not sure about this, I can highly recommend the Garmin nuvi 250 Europe. Easily updatable from a world leader in GPS. .


Can't find the info I need - does that one that Amazon are selling have an SD slot & can other maps be added? (for example, I understand Garmin have maps for Brazil)
1 Like #20
HankMcSpank;2110432
Can't find the info I need - does that one that Amazon are selling have an SD slot & can other maps be added? (for example, I understand Garmin have maps for Brazil)

Comes with Europe loaded on internal memory, plus an empty SD slot, so yes i would presume you can add extra maps on a memory card.

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