MEDION GOPAL PNA 210 GPS Recievers - £79.99 - HotUKDeals
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MEDION GOPAL PNA 210 GPS Recievers - £79.99

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9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
Pre-installed Maps Of UK and Ireland
2.8" TFT Touchscreen Display
256MB Integrated Memory
Voice Guided Directions
Postcode Navigation
Backup Powered By 4 x AA Batteries
SD/MMC Memory Card Expansion Slot
Arrow or Birds-eye 2D Navigation
Estimated Time Of Arrival
SiRFStar III Chipset
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#1
Collect @ Store only.
#2
Strange, why does it have a TomTom screen shot on it?

It's actual screen display is somewhat more cluttered.

See;

http://www.computeractive.co.uk/articles/bigpicture/2170273
#3
Ok I have found out this from my own experiences...

It is possible to install alternative software on these machines however it can become contrived and difficult... also costly if you decide to go the retail route.

I purchased a Myguide 3100, based around the same hardware as Tevion, Navigon etc and runs on iGo software (some of the best out tehre) and I found out that so long as you get a bigger memory card and do a lot of research you can run either other software or add more maps :)

I paid £80 for my machine, and just awaiting it in the post, great specs for the price and I know I won't be disappointed.

£80 isn't bad for a basic PNA (however these were £60instore at some toysrus recently...), but you could get something better second hand ;) Still I've read pretty good reviews on this one.

Ian

If i was pushed I'd probably spend the £100 and go for the Navman F20 with free shipping and £10 off (google checkout) from ebuyer for a little under £100 with free shipping, a bit more of an allrounder with better core components :)
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/118093/rb/27477149197
#4
Still around & plenty in stock too... :)
#5
a penny's been knocked off and plenty still available in stores (well locally to me they are), also available to reserve and collect @ pcworld - same price.
#6
berisford
Strange, why does it have a TomTom screen shot on it?

It's actual screen display is somewhat more cluttered.

See;

http://www.computeractive.co.uk/articles/bigpicture/2170273

you can zoom in on the screen,,screen on computeractive website is zoomed out which is why it looks cluttered.
i bought the gopal 205 from tesco when they were on sale to £60 after selling my tomtom go500 which kept trying to turn me into farmers fields and up dead end roads etc.
i have used the gopal 205 daily with no problems at all which is very similar to this 210.I have just told my friend about this deal and he is going for 1 tomorrow if they are still in stock after he also is having probs with a tomtom

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