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Which Navigation To Go For?

Discussion in 'Home Cinema, Hi-Fi and Gadgets' started by emzino, Apr 2, 2007.

  1. emzino
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    [Apr 2, 2007]
    Hi. Because of my poor knowledge of road names etc etc I think it'd be best to invest in a navigation unit.

    I mainly want something that's accurate and can be updated by myself. Also something that tells me where speed cameras are would be ideal.
    Now budget wise were talking about roughly £300 but may stretch if it's amazing but don't think any navigation costs more than £300 right...

    Anyhow, my other question is should I sit tight and wait abit more? I say that because maybe someone knows of a type of navigation technology that will be released soon that will make the navigation unit so much better e.g. better processor, GPS signal, features etc etc

    Many thanks in advance and look forward to any kind of input.
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    Caesium My BM is fixed!

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    [Apr 2, 2007]
    get the tomtom 510, its excellent and I use it every day. I have had several sat navs, including a Navman, and a Mio, the tomtom is much better.
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    [Apr 2, 2007]
    if u wanna save some money get the navman pin570 its a sat nav and pda halfords are floggin these off for £99
    ive got one and updated the speed cameras ok
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