Summary: i have used my mio gps and would recommed to other people it takes a while to learn where everything is but if you ready the insturction and play with it you can figure it out so far i have liked it would buy another one
Summary: After moving to a new city, I decided I needed a GPS device. Bought this one retail as it was significantly cheaper than any of the Garmins. Many times, it works fine. Sometimes, though, it kind of does its thing, this Mio -- I check off that I do not want to take the highway, and it puts me on the...
Summary: The Mio Digiwalker product is ok but their support is non-existent. I have called them over 9 times, from Sep 2007 to Feb 2008, to get an RMA completed. Each call took an average of 1/2 hour. They have no idea how to treat customers and God forbid you ever want to return something. Trust me!
Summary: The C220 is an old product and apparently they are not updating it--I called support and got nothing. For about $10 more you can get the C230 which has updated maps (you can't get a new map for the C220), better voice navigation (streets are named when you turn on them: "Turn left at Smith St.
Summary: I bought 2 of these because of the price. Within 4 months one had the charging plug fall out from being mounted on the window, as it is designed, and just dropped out. I guess from the weight of the cord over time.