Mio Moov M400 Sat Nav - Was £82.00 Now £57.00 @ Asda Direct
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Mio Moov M400 Sat Nav - Was £82.00 Now £57.00 @ Asda Direct

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Found 30th Sep 2010
Cracking price.

Navigation goes extra large on the super-slim Moov M400, with its pixel-perfect 4.3-inch widescreen. It also features Mio�s acclaimed Local Search technology via MioMore� desktop, so you can connect to a huge range of information on local restaurants, shops and much more. The big screen makes perfect use of NavPix�, making it simple to navigate to photos while the user-friendly interface makes the Moov M400 enjoyable and easy to use. The Moov M400 is complete with pre-loaded safety camera alert data.

Plus with spoken motorway exit instructions and lane guidance, navigating through busy motorway junctions is even easier.

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Excellant thanks

Brilliant, excellent model and cheap

Review...

Pros
Very affordable for a device with a 4.3-inch screen and text-to-voice conversion. Accurate directions.

Cons
Cluttered, sluggish UI. Limited, difficult-to-search POI database. No real-time traffic, lane-assist feature, or speed limit postings.

Bottom Line
The Moov M400 will appeal to many given its rock-bottom price, but Mio cuts too many corners along the way, and delivers a GPS that's difficult to use.

soled73

Review...ProsVery affordable for a device with a 4.3-inch screen and … Review...ProsVery affordable for a device with a 4.3-inch screen and text-to-voice conversion. Accurate directions.ConsCluttered, sluggish UI. Limited, difficult-to-search POI database. No real-time traffic, lane-assist feature, or speed limit postings.Bottom LineThe Moov M400 will appeal to many given its rock-bottom price, but Mio cuts too many corners along the way, and delivers a GPS that's difficult to use.


If this unit runs Windows CE, you can always install another navigation software, which will give you the missing features, such as speedcams and lane assistance.
Might be a little too expensive if you have to add delivery cost. You can get cheaper units which will do the same or better but you need to look around. I used a unit from ebuyer for £39 and loaded TomTom, iGO, Navigon, etc. Not using a GPS any longer though (found it too distractive and inaccurate while driving).
Edited by: "pet2000" 30th Sep 2010

pet2000

If this unit runs Windows CE, you can always install another navigation … If this unit runs Windows CE, you can always install another navigation software, which will give you the missing features, such as speedcams and lane assistance.



Any ideas if it does?

soled73

Review...ProsVery affordable for a device with a 4.3-inch screen and … Review...ProsVery affordable for a device with a 4.3-inch screen and text-to-voice conversion. Accurate directions.ConsCluttered, sluggish UI. Limited, difficult-to-search POI database. No real-time traffic, lane-assist feature, or speed limit postings.Bottom LineThe Moov M400 will appeal to many given its rock-bottom price, but Mio cuts too many corners along the way, and delivers a GPS that's difficult to use.



According to the specs it does include lane guidance, same as the M300 model does which I have used in the past and includes the speed cam info.

check the specs here:

eu.mio.com/en_…htm

Had one and returned it as it reset it self at junction instead of showing junction picture. Cust. service is almost zero. ( 3 weeks to answer an email )
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