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.
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. Compared to the competition, we would still probably opt for the TomTom One XL for widescreen on the cheap, mainly because of the TomTom's interface, however we do like the split screen view championed in this design. Good, but basic, this still gets the job done.
Pros: Display, ease of use, size, Bluetooth
Cons: Cover, Postcode needs that space in between, Only one voice