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Video review: TomTom GO 520

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton The TomTom Go 520 - Courtesy of Imageshack

The TomTom Go 520 sat nav is a good all-rounder. It comes pre-installed with maps of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. Although the TomTom Go 720 is technically exactly the same as the 520, the difference is that the 720 comes with street-level maps of Europe, too. One..

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Video review: TomTom Start

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton The cute TomTom Start

The TomTom Start is the ultimate in inexpensive satellite navigation. This tiny device is sold under £100 by retailers, and is perfect for anybody that doesn’t need any bells and whistles. Its screen is square and only 3.5” in size diagonally, meaning that you don’t see much of the..

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Video review: Garmin Etrex H

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton The Garmin Etrex H in action

The Garmin Etrex H is the new version of the company’s entry-level navigator, that’s used primarily for hiking and geocaching. In order to improve the device, they have added a high sensitivity GPS receiver. This gives you better GPS reception between buildings, down in canyons and under trees –..

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Video review: Navman Panoramic

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton The Navman Panoramic has an easy-to-use interface

Navman is not quite as popular as the likes of Garmin, however, it does in fact offer a great range of devices and features. The new Panoramic has a massive 7” screen, which is nearly unique in the market. The device offers a plethora of views, giving you a..

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Video review: Garmin nuvi 200

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton All rights reserved by Garmin Portable GPS Reviews

download snow leopard 10.6 p> The Garmin Nuvi 200 is an entry-level sat nav that is great for basic and functional use. It’s square screen means that it’s one of the most compact on the market, and is perfect for small cars. It comes preinstalled with stree-level maps of..

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Video review: CoPilot Live

Posted on 14th March 2012 by ConnorSephton CoPilot Live - is is the best way to navigate

If you’re looking for a great sat nav app for your iPhone or HTC handset, then CoPilot Live is a fantastic option. You’ll find a range of sat nav apps on the app store, but CoPilot Live is considered one of the best that’s available. ALK has provided a..

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Review: The TomTom Start 24 Europe

Posted on 01st March 2012 by ConnorSephton TomTom-Start-1

The TomTom Start 24 Europe offers something a little unique; the device has maps that cover the whole of Europe and beyond, from France to Germany and Turkey to Russia. Not only that, but it even has an integrated mount with a flip screen. The foldaway map is really..

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Review: The TomTom XL IQ

Posted on 01st March 2012 by ConnorSephton Livorno Back+Bracket  FA 001

The TomTom XL IQ may be at an entry-level price, but that doesn’t meanit’s underpowered. This new sat nav offers some of the latest and greatest features available, which completely trump what smart phones can offer. On its 4.3” touch screen, you’ll receive 3D imaging that allows you to..

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