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Mio c210 Sat Nav £148.77 Delivered From Asda

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If you want a straightforward, easy to use and great value satellite navigation system, the Mio C210 is perfect. It incorporates the latest technology, up to date maps and excellent reception into a s…
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If you want a straightforward, easy to use and great value satellite navigation system, the Mio C210 is perfect. It incorporates the latest technology, up to date maps and excellent reception into a simple device that gets you where you want to go as quickly and easily as possible.

2.7" TFT 65k colour Touch Screen
512MB ROM flash disk
Preloaded maps and Speed Camera database (free updates for 1 year)
Maps of UK and major roads of Europe (MRE) pre-installed
SiRFstar III GPS receiver picks up satellite signals faster
Postal Code and POI (Points of Interest) navigation
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The key feature as far as we Brits are concerned is the seven digit postcode recognition, rather than the six digits used by some software. Seven digits locates an address to within a few metres, while six digits covers a number of streets - even if you don't have a full postcode, the software will narrow down the options as you key in each letter of the address on the touch screen.

With an optional Traffic Messaging Channel (TMC) antenna plugged in (price TBA), the C210 will receive live updates of traffic problems and hotspots and either automatically plan a new route to avoid problem areas or provide the user with a choice of a new route or continuing on the original route.



In addition, there's a taxi mode designed to take the user on short-cuts across towns and cities. Presumably this mode also discusses policing in East London and offers an opinion on the Football.

We also like the safety camera database which alerts drivers of camera locations, offers the ability to add new cameras and comes with free database update for one year. If several users identify the same new camera location, Mio will then verify the camera and make its location available for all registered owners to download
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The key feature as far as we Brits are concerned is the seven digit postcode recognition, rather than the six digits used by some software. Seven digits locates an address to within a few metres, while six digits covers a number of streets - even if you don't have a full postcode, the software will narrow down the options as you key in each letter of the address on the touch screen.


Not strictly true there are 10 houses in my road and it is 500 yards long we all have the same postcode so it isnt accurate to a few yards everytime
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I like it.

Rep and Heat added.

:pirate: CJ :pirate:

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