Summary: I had a mio for years unfortunately I did not update it for new roads and intersections like I should have. Went to purchase a new one from radio shack and they were out of stock. Which led me to good old walmart to buy a garmin. I liked my mio much better. Easier to use and alot more options.
Summary: I bought this for my son a few years ago and I wrote a review then but apparently it is missing. It was a good gps at the time we purchased it. The ones today do much more. We used it last year in San Francisco and it was very accurate. Good price at the time as well.
Summary: 3/2013: Bought mine about 5 years ago, it works well, and is faster to program than any other GPS I've used. However, the internal programming is a little funky: (a) If it calculates route is 500 feet shorter, it will take you off the main route and through a maze of sub-division streets. YIKES!
Summary: This was a pretty good gps unit once I configured the settings correctly. It will take you over mountains and through the woods if you don't take off the default bicycle mode. That really messes with ya. It has a MP3 player, standard charging port, decent maps, and is easy to navigate.
Summary: The GPS navigator is very reliable and easy for use. I've bought the same model also to my parents. Except the GPS ability, the device is also a nice PNA and allows easily to install other windows-based applications and games.
Summary: Mio 320 is a basic no-nonsense, inexpensive navigator. It does its job. The only missing feature is Text To speech, so it does not call out street names. It runs Microsoft mobile, so you can play with it.
Summary: Unfortunately the reason I am buying this product is because my 1st one was stolen out of my vehicle while parked outside of my apartment. I loved it so much that I decided to get the exact model to replace it.