Summary: Pitiful piece of equiptmen, it was outdated the day I got is and they wanted $50 to upgrade it after i bought it. This was the worst $100 I ever spent. I will never purchase another Mio at any cost.
Summary: I do not recommend this item becausse the battery life eventually begins to not hold a charge. I recommend just using phone GPS. It saved money and is less of a hassle. Also, with the growing economy, maps are expensive to update with new roads. Bad BUY!!
Summary: I had a very nice experience with a Mio GPS that I'd purchased about 5 years ago for about $150. I found one at Radio Shack this last X-mas for about the same and bought 2 figuring it would be much improved - boy was I wrong!
Summary: After purchase I signed up for assistance as I couldn't find some functions and help was good. About a year and a half after use and I liked it. The rubber button on the side became hard and broke away from the push turn on off control.
Summary: My wife received this for Christmas 2007. She has never figured out how to use it and I use it occasionally. It's probably only been used 10 times and I find it's not worth the hassle. I would prefer to look at a paper map. The battery only last about 2.5 hours.
Summary: Don't buy a Mio! Their products are good enough but they promised a map update in early 2009. They postponed once or twice and then finally released it this past week. It won't load on my device so I'm stuck with old maps.
Summary: I bought the Mio C320 because it had most of the features and screen size of the others, but a much lower price. However in one day's use it didn't get one direction correct. It told me to turn right when the store I was going to was visible to my left.