Navigon 2100 Max For Those Times When You Know Where You Are Going, But Just Need Some Help Getting There.
6 July 2008
Excerpt: Can you folks believe that it is July already? Here we are deep in the heart of summer vacation season. You probably have places to go (or come home from) and Navigon aims to get you there and back again.
Pros: : Easy setup and programming. Great screen. Numerous modes and views tackle every situation. Branded POI. SOS Direct Help.
Cons: Inconsistent results when you went off course or had an unplanned detour. Can’t search POI by brand. Menus and options are very poorly organized.
Summary: The Navigaon 2100 MAX certainly steps up where the standard screen 2100 could not in the area of screen real estate. The extra width of the screen offers more space to tap letters for data entry and see information as you are on the road.
Conclusion: Navigon's 2100 max entry-level widescreen GPS unit proves that you get what you pay for. While the device does come equipped with some of the same fancy features offered by its higher-end sibling, its effectiveness is hindered by a small POI database and annoyingly long route-calculation times.
Excerpt: The Navigon 2100 Max GPS was a Father's Day present from my wife and 3-year old daughter. I get the hint, they are sick of "which left or where are we." I especially like the "Where are We" function. The 4.3-inch dynamic display tells me the address and location on the map of our exact location.
Summary: With its attractive maps and helpful optional features, Navigon has the makings to be one the major GPS players. However, the 2100 max is not quite as good as other sub-$300 navigators like the V7 Nav740 and TomTom One 130S .
Excerpt: If you’re climbing Mount Everest, you don’t haggle with the Sherpas. If they think they’re getting ripped off, they might just ditch you at 19,000 feet. The Navigon 2100 Max resembles that short-changed Sherpa: it’s super cheap, but the unit sometimes balks at showing you where you need to go.
Pros: Midrange features at a flea-market price. The speaker has a good set of lungs and demands to be heard. The unit’s excellent mounting bracket is virtually shake-free.
Cons: : Sluggish response time frustrates and causes double-taps. Obstinate refusal to recognize certain towns even though they show up in auto-fill enrages the most gentle souls.
Excerpt: Il NAVIGON 2100 max è un navigatore satellitare dotato di alcune funzioni interessanti, come ad esempio il Reality View Pro, che presenta in modo realistico svincoli e uscite autostradali e l’assistente di corsia Pro, che permette di conoscere in anticipo la svolta successiva.
Pros: NAVIGON FrechMaps, Display, Reality View Pro