old and not supported by omnitech! it will leave you with address not found
4 December 2012
Summary: omnitech WAS the greatest! WAS!! they are no longer made or sold! YOU can;t get any support from them or staples who sold them! they are about 10 years old and will leave you with street not found! good luck!
It does get me where I need to go at an affordable price.
5 July 2012
Summary: In this day of economy hardship. I did have a data plan on a cell phone with a gps but I canceled it and decided to invest in a gps system and this one was more affordable than garmin or tom tom.
Summary: This is a very basic GPS. The interface seems a bit generic but is easy to use. My only complaints would be the windshield mount is not the best design and the power cord gets in the way. If you can get this new for around $50, it's worth it. I wouldn't pay anymore than that.
Summary: It's really nice and easy to use Large icons and a brighter 4.3" display with a user-friendly touchscreen make it easier to set your destination. This GPS gives voice navigation instructions with Street names announcements. It shows Max.
Summary: Its an alright GPS. Works like it should, runs on Windows CE so you can tweek it if you like, Nice 4.3" screen and has a basic operating system. Its missing a few features but if you want an inexpensive GPS to map you around, this is the one for you.
Summary: The reason why I wanted to by this GPS is because I was able to hack the software and put iGo8 and AmiGO on it. The customizable features after hacking it is incredible for what I paid for it. I paid $46 but it has the functionality better software than any $200 GPS.
Summary: This was the least expensive GPS system, so in a pinch, I purchased it. It never did work 100 percent. It would lock up frequently, and the only way to restart it was to reset it, then unload and reload the card. After 60 days, it finally failed completely.