MIO/NAVMAN V505 4.7" TV and Navigation UK REFURB £59 from Savestore.com
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MIO/NAVMAN V505 4.7" TV and Navigation UK REFURB £59 from Savestore.com

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Found 16th Aug 2012
Spirit V505 Portable Sat Nav/Digital TV
Navigate and explore, relax and watch TV.


Wherever you go, the V505 TV's 4.7" widescreen helps you get the most out of navigation and also gives you Freeview Digital TV in sharp detail. The V505 TV auto-tunes itself, so you can find what's on quickly and easily. Brightness, volume and other controls are adjusted simply by using the touchscreen and the integral Programme Guide shows the date, time and channel of your favourite shows up to a week ahead.

Ultra-slim, yet packed with features, the V505 TV's Spirit software includes Explore Mode to help you discover more on your journey and at your destination. Text to Speech provides spoken road names and numbers and also help to key in addresses while TruMap™ views show the way clearly with additional speed limit warnings, Lane Guidance and Junction Views.

Connect the V505 TV to MioMore™ Desktop via your PC or laptop and use Local Search to find all kinds of fun things to do at
your destination. You can also plan your journey on Google™ Maps, as well as upload NavPix™ and Flickr® geo-tagged photos
of thousands of exciting destinations.

Features
Digital TV with Electronic Programme Guide
Spirit navigation software with Slide Touch™
4.7" widescreen
Slim, lightweight design
TruMap views
3D Junction Views and Lane Guidance
Local Search via MioMore Desktop 2
Explore Mode
Wcities Travel Books
Walking Mode
Smart Economical Routing
NavPix photo navigation
Capture Button with location and journey capture
Pre-loaded safety camera data – free 12 month trial
Text to Speech (spoken next turn road names)
High speed GPS fix with SiRFInstantFixII
Road speed limit data
Traffic compatible (Requires subscription)
Latest map data with Total Refresh Guarantee

Digital TV with EPG
With its wide, flat display, watching Digital TV on the V505 TV is a joy. The auto-tuning is easy to set up, so you can be viewing your favourite shows in seconds. The seven-day EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) lets you know what's on every available channel up to a week ahead.

See clearly with TruMap™ views
Over the years GPS maps have become more complicated, so we took the bold step and redesigned ours from scratch. The result is TruMap™, a unique design inspired by paper maps. We've simplified graphics and colour for a clutter-free look that's easier to understand. The natural white background allows your route to stand out, so you can see your way at a glance. At dusk, the screen automatically switches to night mode and brightness is reduced for safer driving.

A new approach to lanes and junctions
With the V505 TV's Lane Guidance, you're always in the correct lane to make a turn, so useful with today's busier roads. The Spirit software also features realistic 3D Junction Views that match major road signs, giving you more time to understand what's ahead as you approach an exit or intersection.

Connect to Spirit
The full potential of the Spirit planning software is unleashed when you connect your V505 TV to your PC with MioMore™ Desktop 2. Easily plot your routes, upload NavPix and other geo-tagged photos, connect to online services, customise your own POIs and update maps and safety camera locations.

Go with a guide
Pre-loaded into every new V505 TV are Travel Books from Wcities. Browse the in-depth listings of tourist attractions, places to eat, stay and visit, full of facts and photos. There are hundreds more to choose from, all quick and easy to download when you connect to MioMore™ Desktop 2 via your PC.

Go even further on foot
The V505 TV works brilliantly both in and out of the car. Walking Mode uses 2D city maps*, developed to help you find your way around major cities on foot with buildings outlined for easier navigation. By helping you discover new places not accessible by car, Mio takes navigation a step further. Now you really can explore more. *Navman Spirit Flat only

Smarter, greener routing
The V505 TV's Economical Routing option assesses and reduces the number of junctions on your chosen route, so you can cut down on stopping and starting, fuel usage and also help lower your car's CO2 emissions.


Specifications

Hardware
Processor SiRF prima, 600 MHz
Memory Expansion Micro SD
GPS receiver SiRFstarIII with InstantFixII
GPS Channels 20
Display size & type 4.7" widescreen Touchscreen
Display resolution WxH 480 x 272 pixels
Integrated Real-time Traffic information Requires subscription
Internal RAM memory 128MB SDRAM
Internal ROM memory 1GB
Software
Software Spirit navigation software
Local Search Via MioMore™ desktop 2
Digital TV With electronic programme guide 7 Day programme guide
Lane Guidance
3D Junction Views
NavPix Navigate to pictures
MioMore Desktop 2 Map manager, NavPix album, safety camera updates, mileage reporter, Flickr® downloads, POIs and more.
Pre-installed safety camera data – free trial 12 months
Mileage reporter
POIs (Points of Interest)
Text to Speech
Multiple route options
Navigation views
Turn by Turn™
Route Summary
3D moving map
2D map view
Mapping
Tele Atlas map data 2008.10 UK
Battery
Type Rechargeable integrated Li-ION
Capacity 1050mAh
Mio Spirit V505 TV or Mio Spirit V505 TV Europe
In-car charger
Windscreen mounting bracket
DVB Digital TV external antenna
TV module
Documentation PackUSB cable
MioMore desktop 2 software (DVD)
Product Dimensions 87 x 145 x 16mm (H x W x D)
Weight 220g
Box dimensions (mm) 161 (H) x 243 (W) x 80 (D)
Warranty 12 months
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1 Comment
I'm going to vote cold - not because of the price, but because its rubbish. The TV is temperamental and will only work in very very strong signal areas. The touchscreen fails to respond unless you thump it. Sat Nav is slowly and pretty much unusable. Luckily I bought it from a company and they swapped it for another, brand new one. This was rigged with the same issues. I updated the software/firmware you name it - in the end I just gave it away and got myself a Garmin. Save the moolah is my advice!
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