Summary: This unit has all the features that you'd look for in a PDA. Getting them to work, Ha!!! you want that too; aren’t you picky. First the GPS takes longer than forever to acquire satellites from cold start.
Summary: The GPS is helpful, but at this point is the only way I can use the product. The company has not made a driver for windows vista and when I was forced to buy a new computer when my computer crashed I got a windows vista computer.
Summary: I purchased this from a local store because I figured it was a good buy for all the features. When I got it home I found out that it was very slow to boot up and the battery life was horrible.
Summary: I don't recommend this item. There are a couple of pluses, but there are a number of problems: First, the pluses-- --The price is good for a GPS unit and PDA. --The SIRF III GPS received is responsive, receiving good reception even inside my house (except for the basement). --The Wifi is fast.
Excerpt: I had the Mio 168 gps PDA before this, which was sadly stolen from my car. That was an excellent piece of kit - well designed and easy to use, with good battery life. So I was more than happy to stick with the Mio brand and step up to the newly launched Mio P550.
Pros: Features, WiFi, touch screen, build quality, processor power .
Excerpt: When purchasing the Mio P550 I was after a navgation system that could easily be put in my car then arriving at my destination easily fitting in my pocket for security. The Mio P550 is a nice shape and size meaning it does fit nicely in your pocket unlike most brick shaped GPS systems you tend to...
Pros: Accurate, Good Value for money, uses SD cards
Summary: Il prodotto nel complesso è di buona fattura, anche se ormai obsoleto per mancanza di possibilità a comunicare telefonicamente. Senza dilungarmi sulle funzioni, vi elenco subito il difetto principale: E UN SISTEMA CHIUSO. A meno di artifizi, non si può inercambiare il SO, né la batteria.
Excerpt: Die Organizerfunktionen sind umfangreich und lassen wohl keine Wünsche offen. Will man den Mio aber als Navi benutzen, so nimmt er erst nach ca. 4-5 Km o. 5 Min. den Kontakt zum GPS auf. Soll heißen, der Empfänger scheint ziemlich schwach zu sein.