Navigon 2200T - 3.5 in. Car GPS Receiver
Product Features: GPS Type: Automobile; Map capabilities: Internal; Input Method: Touch Screen; Form Factor: Fixed; Screen Size: 3.5 in.;... Read More
Product Features: GPS Type: Automobile; Map capabilities: Internal; Input Method: Touch Screen; Form Factor: Fixed; Screen Size: 3.5 in.; Display Size: 3.5 in.; Resolutions: 320 x 240; Audible Features: Voice Navigation Instructions; Trip calculator: Least use of freeways, Route Recalculation, Avoid toll roads, Real-time Traffic Reports, Lane Assist; Included Software/Maps: Germany Maps, Austria; PC Interface: USB; Built in memory: 64 MB; Expansion Slot Type: MultiMediaCard (MMC) slot, micro-SD slot; Antenna: Built-in; Waypoints: 50; Compatible PDA OS: Windows CE 5.0; Battery Life: Up to 2 Hours; Battery Type and Quantity: Proprietary Li-Ion; Depth: 0.67 in.; Height: 2.89 in.; Width: 3.8 in.; Weight: 0.27 lb. Minimize
Product Review Summary
1 Review from Epinions.com
Dec 1, 2008
Excellent GPS FREE with Continental Tire Purchase
Pros: Small size with tons of great features found in $400 units.
Cons: Locating satelites can take 5 minutes or more from cold start.
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Nov 5, 2008
Many unique features, but not very mature design
Pros: Very impressive features, not found in competitor's models
Free traffic updates for life
Cons: short battery life; drawn battery even when off
not very intuitive interface
shows occasional commercials
Buy it - you will be impressed; then you will get used to the few drawbacks. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 1, 2010
Navigon 2200T GPS the good the bad and the ugly.
Pros: Text to Speech, Free Traffic Updates, Speed Alert, Reality View, Multi-Point Route Planning, Lane Assistance
Cons: Slow Bootup, GPS Off Aprox. 200ft, Some Addresses Missing, Does Not Use Quickest Routes
Buy with caution. Some glaring flaws, however, it's the most inexpensive unit in the long run. The only GPS with multi-point planning in this price range. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 11, 2009
Nice toy but use with common sense.
Pros: Reality view, Lifetime traffic. Fun.
Cons: Doesn't know diff between highway and service lane.
Device is good and a useful. But requires common sense.
I would recommend the device as an aid to getting places. Read More at Epinions.com