Excerpt: Motorola as a brand has never been known as a major player in the GPS space, and for that reason alone their release of the MotoNav could be viewed as a strange move. Especially considering the miserable failure that was the MotoNav TN30.
Excerpt: What!? Someone still makes standalone GPS devices? You better believe Motorola does. And there’s a reason for that. Say you’re travelling overseas in a very rough, very foreign place.
Pros: Aesthetically pleasing hardware and software. Both loud and clear while operating as a Bluetooth speakerphone. Responsive voice recognition ensures your hands stay at 10 and 2. Reasonably priced (the hardware at least). Supports importing contacts using Bluetooth.
Cons: Hardly the fastest GPS unit on the block. Only lasts about two hours with continuous use. Includes maps for the United States and Canada only — new maps cost apiece.
Excerpt: Product: Motorola MOTONAV TN765t Supplier: Motorola MSRP: $349.99 Find Lowest Price @ PriceGrabber Author: Nick Date: June 13, 2010 Motorola has, for the most part, always been known for its mobile communication products.
Pros: Great at navigating, MotoExtras, Free lifetime traffic updates, Voice commands, Bluetooth
Cons: Spoken street names feature repeats county road names twice, Price of subscription for MotoExtras, Call quality not the greatest
GPS Motorola MotoNav: a nova aposta da gigante dos celulares
1 December 2010
Conclusion: O Motorola MotoNav TN765t é um GPS para quem quer sair da mesmice dos aparelhos convencionais e quer apostar em um produto bonito, funcional e inovador, tanto na sua tela, quanto na interface.
Pros: Interface amigável., Belo design., Muitas funções.
Cons: Impreciso em área urbana., Atualização manual., Tela com pouca visão.