Mio has launched an entry-level sat nav which it claims is ideal for first-time users or as a 'backup’ to your main device. Mio_C230_sat_nav Mio C230: a 3.5in display and basic functionality The company has based the C230 on a 400MHz processor and it also includes the obligatory SiRF SiRFStar III GPS chipset. The C230 has a 3. …
Not exactly cheap
£140 is not cheap for an 'entry level' satnav.
£99 would be good.
Re: Not exactly cheap
"£140 is not cheap for an 'entry level' satnav.
£99 would be good."
Try the Acer e305 then - I paid £99 inc.VAT for mine. Does exactly what I want with a minimum of fuss and the UK maps also include the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, if that's what floats your boat. The one downside is the software that comes with it is crap - ActiveSync? Yeuck!
It doesn't do the speed camera thing though, but since I have this annoying habit of obeying speed limits it's not a big deal for me.
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