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Sat Nav: RNS-E or TomTom 300/500???

Discussion in 'Home Cinema, Hi-Fi and Gadgets' started by mikeclark007, Feb 18, 2006.

  1. mikeclark007
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    Hi all.

    Simple question. I just had a go with the tomTom 300 to navigate my way over a few hour journey in Yorkshire and find it quite good but i've had no experience of Audi's own RNS-E Sat Nav Plus system.

    For those who know - regardless of cost which is deemed better? Consider:

    - Reliability
    - Ease of use
    - Visual appearance

    Sorry for posting twice in 2 forums - just trying to get a wider variety of responses.

    Cheers,
    Mike.
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    I've just activated a friend's RNS-E in his 2005 A4 (B7).

    It looks stunning! Navigational arrows appear on the DIS as well as having the coloured 3D map on the sat-nav unit.

    Never used a TomTom so can't comment on reliability and ease of use, but the RNS-E seems easy to use and looks stunning!

    Integrated has to be better than stunning stuck onto your windscreen!
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