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.
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
Pros: Easy to use, Good-looking maps, Quick rerouting, Uesful add-ons,
Cons: Small POI database, Lackluster menus, Bulky design,