Medion Go PAL 205 Sat Nav @ Bigpockets £44.99 - £50.98 With Del
Medion Go PAL 205 Sat Nav @ Bigpockets £44.99 - £50.98 With Del

Medion Go PAL 205 Sat Nav @ Bigpockets £44.99 - £50.98 With Del

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Great Navigation for a bargain price!

Type down Your destination and be ready to go in just 5 seconds!!!

* 2.8" TFT Touchscreen - don't have to get Your eyes from the road
* 256 MB integrated memory
* Map material for United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland
* UK safety camera alerts pre-loaded
* Berlitz Travel Guide
* Easy installation - plug in and go
* 256 MB integrated memory card + expansion slot
* 2.8" touch screen with 65,536 colors
* GPS navigation software Medion GoPal Navigator ME2.0
* Map material for UK and Ireland
* UK safety camera alerts pre-loaded
* Spoken navigation, 2D and 3D map view
* Centrality Atlas II. 276 MHz Processor - for fast travel rerouting!
* Windows CE 5.0 based - great stability!
* Estimated time of arrival
* Compact, portable design
* Recalculates and reroutes you automatically if you take a wrong turn
Includes car cradle and 12v charger


Navigo from Ebuyer is 100 times better than this ! :thumbsup:


Used one of these before - we got lost trying to get out of our own village.

Price is HOT the unit it'self is NOT

I agree Navigo is a better cheap sat nav which takes tomtom route66 and a few others.


Navigo from Ebuyer is 100 times better than this ! … Navigo from Ebuyer is 100 times better than this ! :thumbsup:http://www.ebuyer.com/product/131342

I agree the navigo is a much better option with more functionality and the ability to load Tomtom or miomap if you dont like turbodog.

I wouldn't call this a cold deal as it is a good deal for a basic satnav but bottom line is spend your money on a navigo instead.


You can buy these in quite a few Tesco stores (approx £45) and save on delivery.

I've had one of these for over a year and it's fine. I run TomTom on it and have watched divx movies on it as well.

There is only one (or maybe two) downsides in my opinion. It's very easy to switch on by accident - ive stuffed it in the glove compartment and come to use it a week later and batteries are dead. This is the other downside - if you use re-chargeables they dont charge-up [when you are using cigarette-lighter as power source]. So i've got thru quite a lot of batteries. If it wasnt for this i would give the product 10 out of 10.

Im not sue about Bigpockets though-bought a Hitachi 32" LCD from them and audio doesnt work on HDMI connection which I subsequently found is not an altogether uncommon problem with these LCD's (Is that why they were passed onto Bigpockets?)

If your budget isn't that tight then pay the extra tenner and get the Navigo one from Ebuyer - much better value for money (IMHO)
There is a really big difference between a 2.8 and 3.5 inch screen, and it's a doddle to get Tomtom running on the Navigo

agreed get the navigo, real easy to get TomTom running on it with out doing much, put a wee bit of effort in though and you can get TomTom, Igo, Miomap and Route 66 all working on a 1gb card..

Does it only have uk and ireland maps no european ones or can you add them?
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