Summary: I bought a used Mio Moov 200 five weeks ago and was impressed with the number of features available on this inexpensive GPS Receiver. It has multicollor screen and eassy to operate. So far it works perfect. My only complaint is that the car windshield mount is not included in that package, so I need to spand more mony for shipment charge from other source as well as time to find that source. I'd recommend the that purchase but with the missing mout to be included.
Summary: he Mio 200 has a nice feature set including: Preloaded U.S. Maps Text-to-speech With Voice Guidance Over 3.5 Million Points of Interest Sensitive GPS Receiver SD/MMC Expansion Slot The unit comes with a USB charger, mounting hardware and USB PC cable, and DVD. I was impressed with the receiver's sensitivity. My old unit really needed to be pointed at the sky to pick up the satellites; the Mio can actually operate from inside my house!
Summary: Short Review. I bought this to replace my mio digiwalker. I wanted to stick with Mio only because my first GPS was a Mio. My only complaint with this is that is works and moves very slowly. This makes it difficult when tying in addresses and POIs. I read that it was slow, but I thought that I could work around that. When I go to press a letter as I'm typing in a street name, it that's the Moov about 3-5 seconds to respond.
Summary: For the price this GPS is effective an easy to use. Without consulting the manual we were able to plan and follow a trip around LA. The pronunciation of some names can be entertaining, but always recognizable.
If you are looking for lighting fast satellite acquiring - this is the one
Mr. T, Amazon
9 January 2009
Summary: What made me go w/ Mio. I had Mio 310c before, that was a few years back. I loved it. But it was too old and time to upgrade. I was looking for other brands out there to give it a try. I went w/ Garmin nuvi 200. It was okay. No big deal (IMO, I think it's overly hyped), slow satellite acquiring, not many features and I don't like ABCD type keyboard (you can't change it to QWERT neither).
Summary: I own this for last 6 months. First few days it was difficult for me to switch from my older Garmin, I was so use to it. Entering a destination on this was bit tricky for me, but now got use to it. I use it regularly now. Cheap in price, but, not in looks. Easy to handle, text to speech is awesome. Re-routing is fast, but, it doesn't states that it is re-routing; not a problem, but it confuses me a lot.
Summary: For the price I paid, I think It's a bargain. It does a good job of navigating. The reason why I gave it a 4 star rating, is the fact that it does not come with it's own USB cable if you want to hook it up to your computer and charge it, or update it.I think you have to purchase it separately. I happened to have one at home that fit the port on the GPS.