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Sony NV-U82G 4.8" widescreen GPS with UK & Ireland Mapping - £159.99 delivered !!

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Sony NV-U82G 4.8" widescreen GPS with UK & Ireland Mapping - £159.99 delivered (Save £60) ! £224.99 @ Play, £209.99 @ EmpireDirect, £219.03 @ QED-UK etc. Features : Maps of UK, Ireland and Nort… Read More
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Sony NV-U82G 4.8" widescreen GPS with UK & Ireland Mapping - £159.99 delivered (Save £60) !

£224.99 @ Play, £209.99 @ EmpireDirect, £219.03 @ QED-UK etc.

Features : Maps of UK, Ireland and Northern France installed
4.8 widescreen
Super slim 2cm size
512mb Flash Memory
Full Postcode search
Unique integrated cradle design with soft gel cup to avoid markson windscreen or soft dash-boards
Position Plus Technology
Gesture Command
Dynamic Route Information
Speed Camera Capable
Memory Stick Read/Writer
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[LIST]
[*]Maps of UK, Ireland and Northern France installed
[*]4.8” widescreen
[*]Super slim 2cm size
[*]512mb Flash Memory
[*]Full Postcode search
[*]Unique integrated cradle design with soft gel cup to avoid markson windscreen or soft dash-boards
[*]Position Plus Technology
[*]Gesture Command
[*]Dynamic Route Information
[*]Speed Camera Capable
[*]Memory Stick Read/Writer[/LIST]
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A lot of retailers seem to have dropped prices recently.
£200 at Argos at the mo. And a few other places at just under £200.

Got mine from Argos for £130..very pleased with it. Nice big screen, but as its widescreen, its not too high, so you can still see out the windscreen without a distraction.

I would say the TomTom is possibly a little more user friendly when looking in the menus (i.e. there are more submenus so you can find what you want). But this is by no means hard.. just takes a few minutes to get used to.

Nice and slim…

Just don’t put it on optimal route, as it took me off the motorway and through a load of villages, only to emerge onto the next M-Way a few miles down..at the expense of a lot of time.

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