Summary: I use this item for rental cars without a GPS. I also use this item with my HP5555 with My Topo topographic maps when 4-wheeling in remote locations such as Utah where we have been as far as 70 miles from a paved road.
Summary: I belong to a federal disaster team and need to carry a variety of equipment. Having my PDA allows me to have my calendar, my contact list, medical references and my pictures on one device. Now this sleeve converts my PDA to a GPS!
Summary: Problem: I used to have this product for 4 years. Time to time, it requires to activate Software. Suddenly, software is no longer able to be activated. Navman Tech support said my software (SMART ST 1.90) is outdated and their servers do not recognize it.
Summary: I have always wanted a portable GPS unit but couldn't see paying the $700 plus dollars that they used to sell for. I already had an older Compaq Ipaq 3765 that I was using for a variety of things when I discovered the NavMan. I was sceptical at first but this thing it GREAT.
Summary: The pros: Good gps unit, easy to use, nice layout, customisable, will work well with other gps software. The con: Literaly a con, you will not be able to use the SmartSt software. Navmans servers "do not" support activation of this software any longer.
Navman Discontinues Smart ST Pro for iPAQ H5400, H3600, H3700 & H3800
Nick "nirma", Amazon
5 February 2007
Summary: Just got off the phone with Navman support. They asked me to buy a latest iPaq and buy new Navman. Since they stopped supporting the old and the old one does not seem to work with their server for registering the software.
Summary: I have no experience with GPS, so I can't really comment on it compared to other GPS units. What I can do is comment on its functionality compared to other computing devices I have used. Strengths: *Physical - The extra CF slot in the GPS receiver is a required feature to store maps.
Summary: I bought the Navman GPS3450 on Ebay to combine with second hand Ipaq 3955 pocket pc. Turns out I paid the same approx price as I could have gotten it from Amazon.Oh well, it was factory sealed and all the stuff was in the box. I installed the software and downloaded some maps in about 30 minutes.
Summary: I've been using TomTom GPS software on my iPAQ for some time now but the sheer amount of cables involved in connecting to my Delorme GPS unit made for a messy car. So, I decided to check out the NavMan unit. After a bit of research it appeared that it would work with the TomTom software.