Summary: I like the Navman, for the price, and the features you get. I did find, like the other writer did, that it can take some time to acquire the GPS signal, sometimes. Usually, when it does have a delay, it's like 2 to three minutes. I've never experienced anything close to an hour.
Summary: Pros: - It was the cheapest PocketPC with GPS in the market when I bought it a year ago. Cons: - no built-in Wi-Fi. Need to buy a SDIO Wi-Fi card for internet access. - the GPS signal reception is very poor. - The navigation software Navman SmartST doesn't have TTS (Text-To-Speech).
Summary: It is not bad, but needs some improvements. Good things about it are 3D display and price. Using 3D you can see the road ahead in advance. It is very useful when you drive in the dark. It is slow to get signal whenever it starts. Also It is not as accurate as other GPS.
Summary: I've just bought this unit this past week and this is what I've noticed: 1) The price is very reasonable for a pocket navigation system with a built in PDA. 2) Very easy to transfer maps or synchronize with ActivSync.
Summary: I bought my PiN 570 in London before starting a 6 week trip around the UK. Being a Kiwi, I thought I'd support the Kiwi product. Out of the box, the unit is well constructed, and has enough weight not to feel like a toy.
Summary: Good product, agree with the previous review about the manuals but my greatest irk with it is out of date maps, one address I was after was built 3 years ago and has been available on the RAC Routfinder since Dec 03 yet it doesn't exist on the Navman