Excerpt: The DigiWalker H610 is a true gem in the portable GPS Navigation Arena, providing reliable and accurate GPS Navigation and media playback functions without scrimping on style. Whatever vehicle you prefer – from two or four wheels to foot travel, the Mio DigiWalker H610 is a valuable tool to carry with you.
Summary: I am going to do individual conclusions for both of these units (H610 and C220s), however before I do I will add a few comments about both of them, as a few features are the same with both units.
Summary: As well as packing in an impressive selection of features (you can also store contacts and play games on it), it has a built-in speaker and, even at high volume, the output was good. Mio’s supplied earphones, on the other hand, make bassier tracks sounded tinny.
Conclusion: In practice and the Mio software is easy to use and the only catch is the small screen when it comes to using in the car. Out of the box we had no problem tracking a signal no doubt thanks to the SiRFStar III GPS technology, and the default male voice was a change from the prim and proper female voices so many manufacturers use as standard. With so many smartphones now coming with GPS included it will be interesting to see how long the shelf life of this product is.
Pros: Small, plenty of features
Cons: Small scree difficult to read when driving, no traffic support, why not opt for a smartphone with GPS
Conclusion: Il Mio H610 è forse uno dei pochissimi GPS che, oltre ad essere funzionali, sono anche belli. Il design è proprio uno dei suoi punti di forza, grazie a forme arrotondate e un aspetto che lo avvicina ai cellulari, oltre alle cover intercambiabili. Molto comodo e pratico da portare, è possibile utilizzarlo anche per la navigazione a piedi, impostando il tipo di percorso e la strada. Buona durata della batteria, buone funzioni, peccato che manchi il Bluetooth.
Pros: Mappe Italia ed Europa; Tante funzioni accessorie