Summary: The easiest GPS ever!!!! I bought one years ago, then I bought other GSP brands that were more expensive for family members...needless to say I had to return the others and get one like mine for them. Don't let the price fool you! This is a quality GPS!
Summary: Not much research, guess Mio Moov is the next generation, and pull the trigger, may hack to get more CE function and install iGo, but not really care that much cheap, for a working old but almost new GPS under $70, can't go that wrong, it is fast too. and 3.5" screen fit in my palm, a 4.3" seem awkward if double the money, may get a better garmin, but really way better? I doubt, I saw a $300 garmin still cannot find signal under heavy clouds.
Summary: I have used the Garmin, Magellan and Tom Tom and the Moov 200 is just as good as the others. There are little quirks in all of them; i.e. I have to put in Denver as the city for my home rather than Thornton because we are in unincorporated city limits. I had to do this with all of the ones I used. It is just as accurate and half the price. I highly suggest you purchase this one over the others.
Summary: This device is an excellent gps unit. It has very good text-to-english and always has a strong signal. Screen is compact yet easy to read, POI actually fairly informative. You can't go wrong with this GPS.
Summary: I have owned an earlier model GPS for a good handful of years up until I purchased the Moov200. The earlier model did exactly what I wanted it to do, get from door to door. I purchased the Moov200 mostly because it had a 2008 map card, and I needed that being that I travel to more than 30 different destination a day. The added features this GPS has over the old surprised me. It says the street names vocally and is very accurate in the city I use it in.
Summary: I own 5 GPS systems, including in-dash systems in 2 of my cars. But I've come to realize that more is not better when it comes to GPS. Forget about MP3 capabilities, Bluetooth connectivity, photo storage, radio traffic reports or whatever else they'll try to stuff into your GPS just so they can charge you an arm and a leg.
Summary: I have had this GPS for about a month and used it to drive to and around St Louis during the recent election. The main cons people have against this device are the Points of Interests feature and the Enter a Location feature. Both are a bit odd, I guess because the database is larger than the processor can handle. I got used to it pretty quickly, but I was frustrated at first and suspect a lot of folks who hate it simply gave up before getting used to it.