Excerpt: MiTech Industrial Corp introduces its Mio C520 with a thin steely body and a wide touch screen giving GPS devices a new visual standard. The Mio C520 comes with a unique, first time text-to-speech conversion functionality making it one of the top selling portable navigation equipment in the...
Conclusion: Mio's latest widescreen, feature-packed GPS, the DigiWalker C520, is thin and stylish and offers a lot of bang for the buck. Though it's brimming with extras such as multimedia players, Bluetooth phone problems keep it from being a clear-cut winner.
Pros: Large 4.3-inch screen. Sensitive 20-channel SiRFstar III receiver. Deep, searchable POI database with predefined national retailers. Includes multisegment routing and pedestrian profiles.
Cons: Bluetooth phone interface connected, but didn't work with our test phone.
Excerpt: market, riding on an updated and often times innovative operating system that may just be leading instead of following. The Mio C520 has a sleek design that is not some bargain block on a suction cup GPS, that on top of being good looking comes with a nice set of features.
Excerpt: I’ve spent the last ten days or so trying out the Mio C520 , also known as the Mio DigiWalker C520. This one is going to give Garmin a run for their money. I was impressed from the moment I took the unit out of the box – this GPS receiver looks great and feels great.
Conclusion: With an optional traffic plug-in (not included in the box), the Mio C520 at £269.99 is a middle of the road offering that will suit those looking for a widescreen offering and not much else.
Pros: Display, ease of use, size, Bluetooth
Cons: Cover, Postcode needs that space in between, Only one voice
Conclusion: Mitac Mio C520 – не идеал автомобильного GPS-навигатора, но стремится к нему изо всех сил. В плюсах: неплохая комплектация, большой качественный дисплей, удобное, продуманное автомобильное крепление, качественная работа GPS-приёмника и проработанное обновляемое ПО для него, возможность использования...