Summary: Because Navigon has been taken over or bought by Garmin and me needing to purchase a new and upgraded version 2400 and paying over 100.00 for it i might as well bought a brand new navi from the store.
Summary: The Navigon 2100 Max is a very effective GPS system in locating your coordinance on a standard state by state map, however, there are some negatives to this device. First I will start with what I like about the Navigon; It has cool icons for the main businesses one would be looking for on the highway i.e. restaurants and gas stations. I like the map view and find it affective when I know where I'm going but just need to see street names as well as lane assistance.
Summary: I bought the Navigon 2100 max a month ago for around $130 -shipping included- and i been testing it since, and that is my first GPS system pros: 1.love the graphics, 2.95% accurate 3.very good for the price i paid if you need basic features Cons: 1.sometimes the screen gets stuck forever, i had to remove the memory card and insert it back again to make it start 2.navi holder dont stick to windshield 3.i tried to call customer service to ask about why the scren gets...
Summary: I bought the Navigon 2000S 3.5" screen and loved everything about it except the amount of POI's. I thought I would get the next step up, the Navigon 2100 Max, as it appeared that it was the larger version of the 2000S. I have to say that the 2100 Max is no match for the 2000S. Here is what I found on the 2100 Max versus the 2000S.... 1. The unit is sluggish. The screen lags behind the movements of the car badly when making a turn. The 2000S keeps up with the movements.
Summary: This is my first GPS and I did well research before buying the product. I was basically looking for a GPS with core functionality (no mp3 player or blue tooth). This is a great unit specially the lane guidance and reality view. I drove around San Francisco and visited LA,Las Vegas and never missed a turn. It comes very useful on freeways when there are multiple bifurcations.
Summary: The GPS works good. I haven't had to use the traffic yet so I can't comment on that. The suction cup base is useless if you want to attach it to the disk onto your dash. (If you use the windshield, you'll be fine) I won't stick. Or more exactly it won't stay stuck. Within a minute or two it will work loose and just stand there. Until you touch it, then it falls over. Or better yet, you take a turn and it rolls off of the dash.
Summary: The 2200T is out and it fixes a lot of the problems people had with this thing. Why would you pay $190 for this when you can get the 2200T for basically the same price?
The only reason to get this is if you really want a navigon with 4.3 in screen and don't wanna spend $400 on it, but in every other way the 2200T is better.
Excerpt: I recently purchased the Navigon 2100 Max and I was very impressed overall with the performance and quality of the unit. The graphics are nice and easy to see and read and the voice is very nice too. It correctly calculated my route from A to B and gave accurate times for arrival which was very helpful.
Pros: Great route finding, planning, Has lots of great features, and modes .