Summary: Motorola lacks commitment when it comes to GPS devices. The TN765T has several innovations that separates it from the boring, repetitive graphics, features, etc. of Garmin, Magellan and Tom Tom. However, the blatant failure of Motorola to provide map updates makes the device obsolete before you so much as open the box.
Summary: Great look, great features. Must have a bluetooth cell phone in order to use the Bing search, gas update & all other features, except traffic. I have yet to see anywhere in Motorola's advertising and write ups where they inform you of that. Map updates are $69.99 & up and the unit comes pre loaded with old outdated maps, forcing you to pay the $ to update. The built in 4gig memory is nice. The screen resolution is great.
Summary: Pros: 1. The screen is huge and allows you to see tons of data in one view. 2. The routing tends to work quite well. 3. The maps seem up-to-date. While it didn't route to my house properly, nothing does as I live way out in the country on dirt roads. That said, it got closer than other units I've seen. Cons: 1. The voice recognition system. First, you can't quickly navigate it as you have to wait for it to bring it up then prompt you to speak.
Summary: Motorola promises free map update if an update is available within the first 60 days of purchase. The two units I purchased, were manufactured on February 2010. The map version is Q1 2009. MOTOROLA is promoting the Q4 version on the web-site. $79.00 is the cost of the update of which new users should be receiving at no cost at all. As a matter of fact, Motorloa does not offer any MAP updates. They may offer it in the future.
Summary: I have been looking to replace a two year old Garmin nuvi for a while. I hate it, horrible software, but I cannot find a new GPS that has good directions. I live in a fairly rural area and the first thing I did was set the Motonav up to take me home, it was behind horrible. While driving what I know to be the best route it wanted me to take turns, make U turns, etc. that I knew were not wise. No matter how nice everything else is, that is cause to return it.
Summary: Cons: Runs hot, would get too hot to hold Routes sometimes are wrong, simple routes SFO to ATT Park. takes 3-5 min to connect to GPS (in SAN FRANCISCO) Pro Nice design Quality weight and fit and finished Recently returned the item , was not accurate and had issues with connecting and had a issue with the bluetooth connecting 'fighting' with my Mercedes bluetooth, and would not connect numerous times I had the unit
Summary: I really tried to like this gps unit because of the display. Unfortunately, I have used several versions of the Garmin Nuvi and I just couldn't make the transition. The biggest problem for me was typing in the complete address. First there was the slight delay when pressing the screen, so the flow was wrong and then a bigger problem was needing to type in a complete address.
Summary: I used the Motonav everyday for work for almost thirty days. It has potential but just to many things I didn't like. My main problem is that it's not customizable.In the end it just doesn't come close to Garmin. I have all the issues that other reviewers have already stated. I would think that Motorola would be ready to support this product when it is most important. If they can't support a product when it is new then what will it be like in the future.