Summary: One of the best devices I have. This thing does everything it suppose to do very well > navigating, movies, pictures, MP3s, games no problem. Volume is very loud. Good battery life with no lock ups, dependable. Clear screen. 11 million POIs. Good to travel with. I bought approx a year ago to replace the HP 310 and I am glad I did.
You can have my H610 when you pry it from my dead hands
Marc Marcuse, Amazon
18 October 2008
Summary: I love this little guy. First off, ignore the 'feminine' aspect - every guy I've ever shown this to loves it and wants one also. It's so convenient, easy to use, and work fantastically. The POI's could use an update, but that's on the way anyways. It announces turns in a loud, clear voice. It recalculates driving errors immediately and accurately. It has a really cool 3D view on which you can change the angle in real time.
Summary: my first gps (Mio 310) was stolen, so i decided to take a look at TomTom 920 (has european maps) and Garmin nuvii 650(good reviews)... The fact that TomTom 920 lists POI by name only (no address or city name) turned me off righgt away, also the screen is hard to read on a sunny day. When i took Mio310 out of the box, i thought it is too small(especially after TomTom's 4 in screen), but after using Mio310 for a day, I am sure i don't need a huge screen("small TV") with...
Summary: This product is very small but has lots of great features built into it, like games, a digital compass, weather updates and many many more. The screen is very clear and has great video playback with a crisp clear picture!! It also has great sound when listening to mp3s! I would recommend this to anybody and everybody who is looking for an affordable yet compact GPS device!!
Summary: A little hard to use due to the size, but has a lot of nice features. The customer service is out of India, and are the slowest to respond but once it's up and going, for the price it's a steal. I give it full recomendations.
Summary: This little guy packs a big map. Its portability makes it a must have. Put it in a cell phone case and walk around with it. Put in your car and never get lost. This was my best new Tech Toy I purchased so far this year.
Summary: Chalk up another satisfied customer for this one. I had an in-dash GPS in my last car and I actually prefer the navigation mode of the Mio h610 unit much better -- at about 1/8 of the price. Everything I have tried on this unit works terrific, including all of the media functions. The screen is very bright and vivid. It has a night mode which I wasn't sure I would like but actually works very well. All in all I think it is a great product at a very good price. p.s.
Summary: This is my first foray into the world of GPS navigation. That being the case I didn't want to have to carry around another device (I have only so many pockets!), so I wanted it to be truly 'hand held' and have multimedia player built in (photos, vids and mp3's,wma files) to replace my non-iPod mp3 player. Tall order? Behold..What I finally found was the Mio H610. And it delivered all the above and then some.
Summary: I have only had this for a couple of days, however I am amazed at all the capabilities jammed in this small unit. I was looking for a "All in One" portable device and this comes close. Just think, a GPS, MP3, Picture Viewer, Movie Player, Calculator, Compass, Games & World Mate Software, all in one handy package. I have purchased Sony and TomTom GPS units in the past and this Mio GPS seems to be just as accurate.