Excerpt: There are bulk of navigational portable devices in the market say dozens of them are available to keep the market hotter and heavier with the navigational services. But the experience of al of them is not that compatible. There are some of the devices that have the lowest performance compare to their high advertisements.
Excerpt: Yummy: The Navigon 2200T can be the handiest and useful tool for the traffic updates and also the text-to-speech option makes the driving easier and comfortable. The device can be blissful for the highway runners. Oops: Smaller screen size makes the job tougher to see the given data and also it becomes difficult to make the satellite connection effectively while driving the car.
Summary: For $229, the Navigon 2200T offered everything we could ask for in a value-price GPS device: accurate directions and a sharp and colorful screen. It reported traffic accurately, and we enjoyed the Lane Assistant Pro feature for getting through tough intersections and off of tricky exits. While it doesn’t offer extras like a photo viewer or music and video players, those are extraneous.
Pros: Free and accurate traffic updates for life, Crisp touchscreen, Large POI database, Lane Assistant Pro feature,
Cons: Randomly rerouted us once, Lacks features such as a media player,
Summary: Navigon has come a long way with their interface in a year since they burst onto the US market. The improvements come in the usability area allowing for easier inputs and typing on the standard 3.5-inch screen. The Navigon 2200T has a lot of capabilities including Text to Speech, a robust set of Points of Interest, assistance in which lane to be in while navigating those tough highway interchanges.