Conclusion: I think that Navman have produced an excellent Satnav system in the N40i PND. It is not perfect, but then perfection is impossible to achieve, and my idea of perfection will almost certainly differ from yours.
Summary: ***Update - This Problem is even recognized by the manufacturer I was impressed at the NavPix technology on reading the description so wanted to give this unit a try even though there is not much review around.
Summary: I've used it for a couple days now and couldn't be more please. I base my review against my previous GPS, TomTom Navigator 6 for PDA. Compared to It, the navman is much better. The interface is very simple to use (really, if you can't figure this out, you have issues).
Summary: I recieved this as a gift and have been using it for the past 2 weeks. I have an Honda Odyssey with Nav built in, so perhaps I'm expecting more than I should from this little system, or perhaps I would want more for $300+.
Summary: This GPS is nicely set up and isnt too hard to operate. The bad side is that there is no website support for the US and it has a tracking problem. This could have been the one I had, but when you stop, gps keeps flipping your position around as if you were rotating in a circle.
Summary: My wife and I were heading to Ireland and wanted an inexpensive car gps to take along. This one appeared to fit the bill, (it was inexpensive and had UK and Ireland maps) so we bought it. We needed it rushed, and the seller did a great job and got it to us. That was when the problems started.
Summary: I like this unit. For the Navman N40i, this is a good unit it adquires a gps signal within seconds from a cold start, it grabs a satellite faster than my Mio 520 or my Garmin 350, or Navigon, and quickly in a heavily treed areas. I can not believe how quick it adquires for a older unit.
Summary: I've now tried the icn550, replaced by the icn530, and now the n40i. They're all physically similar, with slightly different buttons. Big new hardware feature on the N40 is "navpix" (1.3 mpixel camera to associate a picture with the current GPS fix). Personally, I could not care less about that.
Summary: This could be a matter of me not reading the posting completely, but this thing only has Britain in it, no data on roads in the U.S. The instructions tell you where to go on the internet to get maps of other countries, but nothing telling you how to load them into the set.