Summary: Skeptical of the low price, I got this GPS to try it out and return but I'm definitely keeping it. It was the cheapest GPS I could find out on the market that was small enough to fit in my shirt pocket.
Summary: This GPS has a great price, compared to others. It is true that it is not as fancy as the other ones you might encounter, but if you're like me, all I need is a GPS to take me from point A to point B accurately and quickly. Navigation is an interest, as well, but not as much of a priority.
Summary: Bought this a little concerned after reading some of the negative reviews but after using it I am not disappointed. I'll try and address some of the concerns. First I had this unit up and running with no problem, without even looking at any manual.
Summary: Great price. The GPS reception is amazing, I have a $600 Garmin that doesn't come close to this one, and that is without an external ant. The only short comming on the X-930 is the software navagation, It is a bit awkward!
Summary: If you are looking for an entry-level GPS device, this is the one. Let's first begin with the cons: - Does not carry any of the luxury options such as bluetooth or an mp3 player. - It does not display the names of the POIs while driving - The interface can be a little tedious at the beginning.
Summary: Why is it that you can read review after review of GPS street locators, and virtually NO ONE answers the main question: how and where do you obtain map updates for the product, and at what price? After all, it's all about the maps!
Summary: If you're considering the ViaMichelin (under $200 GPS), you're probably trying to decide if a GPS that is more than $100 cheaper (much more than $100 in some cases) than its competitors is really any good.
Summary: Have been using this GPS for about a month now. I really love it. The first week, it helped me navigate my way around D.C while on a business trip. The only reason I didn't give it a 5 was that it doesn't calculate the route until you start driving.
Summary: I've had the 930-X for a couple of months now. It does what it says, at a price a lot less than the "Brand" units. The unit locks onto the satellites very quickly, due to the fine SIRC III receiver. The user interface is a bit clumsy, but it does the job adequately.
Summary: Having , quite a bit of experience with nav units I was looking for something to take along traveling that I could stick in my carryon. It's pretty straight forward to use but missing a couple of features. First you have no ability to find a restaurant that serves the type of food you like, i.e.