Summary: My first impression about Nokia LD-4W was, Very slim, small and light weight. Setup was very easy and at no time i start to use and test it. This unit it uses "SiRF Star III LT, 20 parallel channels" which is very fast. Hot start is about 2 seconds. Everything worked flawless.
Summary: Got a Nokia 6303 at a bargain price, together with free maps. Wanted to use the street map on foot in Europe so picked up the wireless GPS from Amazon at an equally great price. Clearly, not as convenient as a phone with it all built-in.
Summary: It's not necessarily the wireless GPS that is rubbish... it's the software/integration on most Nokia devices that will be using this. Pitiful! Go for a phone with built in GPS if you really need GPS on your phone.
Summary: I have had good experience with this, its been both quick to get fixes and accurate I only had one worrying point when it couldn't get me a fix and I thought the GPS part had packed up after a short time, but it seems to have just been a problem with a specific car All in all very good unit with...
Summary: Apart from the slight inconvenience of having to carry this as well as your mobile it is superb, and as its only small even that isn't too bad. Anyone with a mobile that has the capability for GPS but not fitted into the phone will find this perfect. Well it was with my Nokia 6303.
Summary: This is a great little gadget. It works at least with the three Nokia phones I've tried it on (one at a time, of course). It easily finds a GPS fix and communicates over a reasonable distance via bluetooth. It charges with standard Nokia chargers (car and household) and the belt loop works well.
Summary: This Nokia wireless GPS is very good. However, it can take about a minute or two to find the GPS satellites. I bought this item with the intention of using my mobile as a Sat-Nav device. However, if you have Nokia Maps you have to pay a subscription to use their sat nav service.