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Sony NV-U92T
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Sony NV-U92T

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Overall 8

Sony NV-U92T review

2 November 2007
  • Summary: There are no half-measures with Sony – when it decides to plunge into a new market, which it did with sat-nav at the end of 2005, it goes in with all guns blazing. The U92T, its new flagship model, immediately leaps out at you from the shelves with its distinctive orange packaging.
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Sony NV-U92T GPS receiver - FIRST LOOK

Pocket Lint
28 March 2007
  • Conclusion: With an estimated street price of around £350 and a really easy to use interface that will also take gestures as commands in navigating you to the right place the new Sony offering is certainly going to give the top of the range TomTom a run for its money.
  • Pros: That screen, easy to use software, full postcode support
  • Cons: Just satnav rather than all singing all dancing media hub
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Sony Nav-u NV-U92T

27 August 2013

Expert Review

21 January 2008
  • Excerpt: Il Sony NV-U92T è un navigatore satellitare elegante e provvisto di design ultrapiatto, con schermo touchscreen da 4,8 pollici diagonale e una risoluzione di 480x272 pixel. Si basa sul processore Intel PXA270 a 300 Mhz, sull’antenna SiRF Star III a 20 canali e su un’interfaccia intuitiva.
  • Pros: Memoria di 2 GB, Schermo da 4,8 pollici, TMC
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Overall 9

Breitbild-Navi mit Touchscreen: Sony Nav-U NV-U92

18 June 2007
  • Summary: Mit dem U92 erhält man ein elegantes und einfach zu benutzendes GPS-Navigationsgerät. Es besticht durch seine flotte Suchfunktion und die zuverlässige Navigation. Das Breitbilddisplay mag zwar ein stromfressender Luxus sein, als Touchscreen bietet es aber durchaus Vorteile.
  • Pros: beeindruckender 12,2-Zentimeter-Touchscreen, effiziente Suchfunktion, flotte Navigation, Ansage der Namen nachfolgender Straßen, Beschleunigungssensor
  • Cons: schwacher Akku, zu kleine Textanzeige, Fingergesten-Funktionen sind Spielkram
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