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6.8 out of 10

Mio Navman M400

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Overall 6

Expert Review

18 December 2010
  • Conclusion: If you're not planning on crossing the channel in your car, you might be better off opting for a cheaper TomTom One, but if you know you'll be driving in Europe, you'll find the included maps still make this a bargain.
  • Pros: The price – for £99.99, the Mio Navman 400 offers European maps as standard and is a competent unit for this price. There's also extra-frills software such as picture tagging – you can take photos submitted by others from the Mio NavPix website, or anywhere else online, and stick them on your map. You can then match visual recognition with your location.
  • Cons: The build is somewhat mediocre – the windscreen clamp does not fold down, making it cumbersome to carry around. But the major letdown is the software and mapping layout. What good are all those tagged photos when the core direction features aren't up to scratch? We took the Mio Navman M400 for a spin around London town, and while it coped well with detours, but it also threw up congestion charge warnings non-stop, even at night, and even while you're trying to see whi...
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Overall 8

Mio Navman M400 Sat-Nav

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2 March 2012
  • Summary: If you're after a functional budget sat-nav for European travel, or even just everyday use, the M400 is a bargain.
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Overall 6

Mio Navman M400

5 November 2009
  • Summary: The Mio Navman M400's picture tagging skills don't make up for an otherwise last-gen satnav - unless you need to go abroad
  • Pros: Cheap, European maps as standard
  • Cons: Mediocre build, Mio's mapping is flawed
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