Summary: This is my first GPS, I received it as a Christmas gift and I love it. I'm still figuring out all of the little things but it works GREAT! It lets me know ahead of time when to turn and at what street or road to turn onto, plus the POI's is very good. I find this to be very easy to use; I would definitely buy another like it. I just wish that the home charger would have come with it.
Summary: After using that product I could recommand it as very good product that meets my needs. I have decided to buy that product due to my freind good expirience since two years. the use is very simple and ready to go without any preparations. as for now prices level is making that product to be use by evrybody farthermore is saving our very expensive time while seeking any adress or location.
Summary: The Mio 320 came with better maps out of the box than garmins I have purchased with far outdated maps supplied! Like the big screen! Like the layout of features. The thinness of the unit is nice too! Did not know it was a discontinued model when I first bought it. For around $100 though, it is a much better buy than my garmins.
Summary: I thing it is a very good value for the price. This is my first car gps receiver and it takes a little getting used to. It does a good job once you get it set up to prioritize the way you want it to. It names the streets out loud and has the 4.3" screen. These are things that cost more in the popular brands.
Summary: i bought this item a week ago and its my first gps got it for 130 and well i turned it on and got a signal almost instantly big wide screen also a plus hard to find another gps with that screen size for 130 easy to see day and night and text to speech is great warns you before getting there clear loud voice also pronounces street names no wrong routes yet but still only had it a week so well see read all reviews and was skeptical but turned out pretty good dont even need...
Summary: if your looking for a GPS system that has it all, where all features work and everything is perfect then this isnt for you... other than that, this mio model does the work, at least for me... no wrong turns yet, no problems with the sunlight as some people reported, affordable 4.3 inches device... i'll give it a 5 star except that it does not have bluetooth as advertised on amazon.com...
Summary: I need a GPS for my daugther, who got her driver license recently and have been calling home asking for direction often :-) After surveying the field I narrowed my choices down to: Garmin 260W, TomTom XL-S, and Mio Moov 300. The main selection criteria are: 1. bigger screen 2. text-to-speech 3. all gps functions, none others (e.g. bluetooth) Since Moov 300 is fairly new and there aren't a lot reviews it is sort of a risky buy.