Summary: Well, I got this at Circuit City for $[...] (thanksgiving early bird sale). And fully satisfied with it as it does the job for the price :-) .. Pros: 1. Compact, cheap and looks good. 2. Preloaded maps 3. Ease of use 4. Decent POI database 5.
Summary: I've owned the Mio C220 since the summer after getting lost trying to find kayak drop-off spots. I'm reading these reviews and sort of amazed at some of it. People obviously didn't take time to learn the unit in many cases.
Summary: I picked up a c220 at Pepboys on Black Friday for $79 as well as a Navigon 2100 at Staples for $99. I've been comparing the two all weekend and would say that I like the Mio c220 slightly better. The Mio displays more cross streets and pressing the screen is much easier.
Summary: Although this unit is a little tricky to set up initially, I really do like the slim size along with the 3-D map view. This map is more detailed than the Garmin I used to have, and I can get a much better idea of surrounding areas.
Summary: I got a new Mio C220 delivered to my door for $150. It quickly paid for itself by getting me to new places (in the dark, without a map), and by saving me plenty of time, effort, and worry. I decided to see how intuitive Mio made the device.
Summary: I've been looking down on all the weak humans who sucumb to getting a GPS while secretly waiting for the excuse that would 'force' me to get one. Finally, a friend getting married the woods of Pennsylvania was all I needed.
Summary: My wife and I had been considering a GPS for a while now. We had put it off due to the high cost. I came across a recommendation for this unit on a sportbike site and decided to check it out. Glad I did! First off, let me say that I have used higher end units that friends have and in rental cars.
Summary: We bought this prior to a trip to Orlando and could not have been happier. Traffic was backed up for 15 miles when we arrived and I easily figured out how to route a detour to our destination.