Summary: I have a PROBLEM with which Mio has been unable or unwilling to help. I bought my Mio (MOOV 300 4.3-Inch Widescreen) GPS in the US when I was travelling there - worked well, impressive for it's price. BUT when I reached Australia - I bought an Australian map from the Mio online store - I HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO INSTALL the Australian Map on this GPS!!. (I also bought the European map and have had no problem with this).
Amazon Customer "The world is my oyster and I'm allergic to shellfish", Amazon
17 June 2009
Summary: This unit was purchased over 6 months ago. When first used, it was so much better than the MS Streets & Trips with GPS that we had been using for the last 3 years that Mio Moov 300 seemed to be the best value in electronics we had seen in ages. However, continued use has inspired a continued decline in satisfaction. The InstantFixII technology is a farce. The sales description claimed "connects to satellites much faster".
Summary: I bought the Moov 300 because it was on sale for $150. At this price, its a bargain. The interface is excellent, its easy to use, and seems durable enough. However, my delight was gone when I tried to find some common points of interest (POI) and when I tried navigating from my office to home. Strangely, this unit had very few museums in it, which is strange because people like to visit museums when they are on vacation and more likely to use a portable GPS.
Simple as Mio but not so professional as Garmin or Tom Tom
Bogdan Stefanescu, Amazon
16 September 2008
Summary: I bought it and used it in CA. I got two errors searching after Walmart near SF and also trying to find a specific PoI in LA. I'm not so sure if this is because the map or the product itself. It is also slow when you search through the menu or type an address.
Summary: o aparelho tem um tamanho e peso bem interessante, demora um pouco para pegar o sinal, mas depois que pega se mantem constante e com uma precisão bem rozoável. no mercado tem coisa melhor e mais barata nos dias de hoje.