Conclusion: Mio’s Moov 310 sticks to just the basics, and does them right. Unlike similar-priced units like Nextar’s I4-BC , it doesn’t pile on extras like a back-up camera or media player, but it does what it needs to do with elegance and simplicity. If you’re looking for an attractive, reliable and easy-to-use GPS unit, Mio’s Moov 310 will do it all, and for the right price.
Pros: Reasonably priced; large and easy to read screen; intuitive interface; simple to mount
Cons: Sophisticated traffic setup; slow interface at times
Excerpt: I’ve been testing the Mio Moov 310 recently, one of the first four models in the new Moov series just introduced by Mio. This product line has a completely new interface, created thanks to Mio’s purchase of Navman. As a result, I will go into the interface in some detail in this review. First though, let’s look at what distinguishes these four models from each other.