Medion GPS Navigation Devices

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Medion GoPal P4445 EU+
Medion GoPal P4445 EU+

Type: Motorbike Navigation System, In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: Yes, No; Weight: 175 g

Features: “good” (83 out of 100 points); Handling: “excellent” (146 out of 150 points); Destination guidance: “very good” (137 out of 150 points); Route calculation: “outstanding” (96 out of 100

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4 reviews

 

More information at: PCgo, issue 4/2010 Stay on this route Mid-range car navigation devices are already available for less than 200 Euros. Display sizes of at least 4.3 inches are standard among these devices and the features are also quite impressive. We took a closer look at six devices in this price range. In test: Six navigation devices were tested. Test criteria were hardware, maps, routing, use and installation.

Medion GoPal E4445 (EU)
Medion GoPal E4445 (EU)

Type: Motorbike Navigation System, In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 175 g

Functions (20%): 2.69; measurements (25%): 1.91; navigation (20%): 3.05; map (25%): 3.14; operation (5%): 1.10; service (5%): 2.65.

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More information at: Auto Bild, issue 48/2010 Which is the better navigator: a mobile phone or a mobile sat-nav? Will drivers have to continue to buy a sat-nav as well as a mobile phone, or will the time come when mobile phones with a navigation program suffice? This review has the answer. In test: Nine navigation systems were tested. We compared six mobile navigational devices and three mobile phones with navigation programs. Test criteria were functions, measurements, navigation, maps, operation and service.

Medion GoPal E5455 EU+
Medion GoPal E5455 EU+

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: No, Yes; Weight: 180 g

“... The generous screen size can come in handy as you never know how much information the device is going to present you with. However, extra info (such as the remaining distance and E.T.A) is …

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4 reviews

 

 
GoPal X4545 EU
Medion GoPal X4545 (Europe)

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: No, Yes

Scope of delivery/versatility (15%): 2.6; Operation (20%): 3.7; Route calculation (25%): 1.6; Navigation (20%): 2.4; Traffic information services (20%): 2.7

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5 reviews

 

More information at: Plus X Award, 2010 “Hall of Fame: The best products of the year” - Car Media In 2010, seven products received a “Plus X Award Recommendation” in the category “Car Media”. The products were awarded with the Plus X seal for special performance in the categories of innovation, design, user comfort and high quality.

Medion GoPal S3747 (Europe)
Medion GoPal S3747 (Europe)

Type: Motorbike Navigation System, In-car

“Route guidance is precise but not up-to-date. It’s not clearly legible or easy to operate when used on a motorbike.”

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4 reviews

 

More information at: Tourenfahrer, issue 4/2011 Not just cheap Medion’s GoPal S3747 not only impresses with its affordable price but with its wealth of features as well. But where there is light there is also dark.

Medion GoPal E5255 EU+
Medion GoPal E5255 EU+

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: No, Yes

“The discount buy: besides being amongst Aldi’s bargain buys, Medion sat navs are also available online - and the models on offer are very sophisticated.”

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3 reviews

 

More information at: Telecom Handel, issue 3/2011 Great voice but with some flaws Alongside its brilliant and practical voice control function, the new P5255 also offers exotic features such as a fingerprint scanner. Route guidance is good but the menu is sometimes bogged down with details.

Medion GoPal X4345 (Europa)
Medion GoPal X4345 (Europa)

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: No, Yes; Weight: 185 g

“Likes: multitude of features with a hands free device; quick and efficient voice guidance; able to be upgraded on TMC Pro; good routing; very clear voice output. Dislikes: somewhat convoluted menu

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4 reviews

 

More information at: E-MEDIA, issue 18/2010 Looking for Clues Navigating for around 300 Euro. Classy design and a great range of features vie for the affection of the buyer. Two navigation systems were tested.

GoPal P5235 (Europe 39 pays)
Medion GoPal P5235

Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 260 g

"The Medion GoPal P5235 is not a slick, attractive device for the gadget lover. But it does do the job intended perfectly well. Best of all, you can currently buy it for £189.99 from the Medion …

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1 review

 

Go Pal PNA465
Medion GoPal PNA 465

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; Weight: 210 g

"Medion's GoPal PNA465 is a great GPS device, bringing excellent routing performance to a smart light-weight unit; only the cheaper PNA460 represents better value due to the ineffectiveness …

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7 reviews

 

Go Pal P-4425
Medion GoPal P4425

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: No

The Medion GoPal P4425 has all the bells and whistles that you could want or need in a GPS device. With a text to speech application and voice recognition the GoPal P4425 becomes as hands-free as

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8 reviews

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 74/2008 Medion GoPal P4425 GPS devices can make life much easier, leading you to places you have never been before and always getting you safely back home again. It is this second part of the equation that is of most interest to thieves who use the fact that your stolen car knows where you live and to an extent, whether you are there, to map out their next target. The Medion P4425 adds an extra layer of security to its arsenal in the form of an integrated fingerprint scanner. … to review

 
Go-Pal E-3410
Medion GoPal E3410

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes

"... To have all the features on offer here at a sub-200 price is a great achievement by Medion, and the E3410 is a PND well worth looking at."

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3 reviews

 

GoPal P4635 EU+
Medion GoPal P4635 (Europe)

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: No; Weight: 166 g

“Unfortunately, Medion’s first navigation device with a mobile phone connection reveals slight weaknesses.”

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5 reviews

 

More information at: NAVIconnect, issue 6/2009 Arrive Better Autumn is bringing plenty of sat-nav innovations. We tested eleven devices and discovered a new leader for our list of the best. In test: Eleven navigation systems were tested, and were rated 5 x “very good”, 5 x “good” and 1 x “satisfactory”. Test criteria were features (navigation, communication, entertainment), handling (operation, destination entry, system speed ...) as well as guidance (audio and visual guidance, positioning accuracy) and route calculation (across country, city, dynamic).

GoPal PNA470
Medion GoPal PNA 470

Type: In-car

"While the 470 looks great on paper, it's distinctly less attractive when situated on your dashboard, suffering from display and mapping issues and an interface that could be friendlier. …

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1 review

 

Go Pal PNA 210 MD 96053
Medion GoPal PNA 210 MD 96053

Type: In-car

"The Medion GoPal PNA 210 is a good sat-nav device at a great price. Well worth buying if your GPS needs are not too demanding."

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

Go Pal PNA 515 T
Medion GoPal PNA 515 T

Type: In-car

"For its price, the Medion GoPal PNA 515 is a great GPS that guided us effortlessly around Europe giving clear directional instructions - but would be equally as useful for anyone planning to …

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1 review

 

PNA515
Medion PNA 515

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes

"The Medion GoPal PNA515 is a very good offering that competes with the top of the range models from the likes of Garmin, TomTom and Navman with a price tag half the price. ..."

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1 review

 

Medion GoPal PNA 500T
Medion GoPal PNA 500T

Type: In-car

"The standard of mapping and guidance is generally pretty high ... As an entry level product it does prove quite easy to use, but it is let down by the few bugs and design niggles."

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1 review

 

Go Pal PNA 350
Medion GoPal PNA 350

Type: In-car

"The inclusion of TMC is good, but reliance on the touchscreen and the quiet sound are major problems."

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1 review | 1 opinion

 

 

Product information and further reviews

Very well informed CHIP Test & Kauf 2/2010 - New navigation devices not only point the way, but they also provide plenty of useful additional information. More and more models receive this cutting-edge information via a mobile phone connection from the Internet. Review details: Six navigation systems were reviewed, one was rated “very good” and five were rated “good”. Among the test criteria were navigation practice, features and navigation functions.

Going Live NAVIconnect 5/2009 - The brand new Medion GoPal P4635 is equipped with the cutting-edge software GoPal 5 and with live services. Review details: Single test. Test criteria were features, handling and guidance.

Wide-screen with Foresight Navi-Magazin 3-4/2008 - With the GoPal P4425, Medion have combined pretty much everything that can currently be fitted into a navigation system. However many providers are doing this at the moment. Review details: Single test. Among the test criteria were intuitive operation, calculation speed, map quality and route quality.

Medion GoPal E3410 Smartphone & PDA Essentials 70/2008 - The new E3410 joins the expanding ranks of the Medion GoPal series and introduces some useful features into a relatively low cost, small and compact frame.

Medion GoPal P4425 Handys 1/2008 - The advertisements don’t lie: technology is great!

Medion GoPal PNA470 CNET.co.uk 7/2007 - With TomTom dominating the in-car GPS market, newcomers like Medion have to pile on the features to get a look in. Its range-topping PNA470 has full European mapping, TMC traffic info, Bluetooth connections and multimedia extras. It's available now for just under £300.

Medion Gopal P4425 sat nav Personal Computer World 3/2008 - Despite taking a back seat to more established brands like Tomtom and Garmin, we’ve been impressed with the solid performance on the road and range of features of the Medion’s navigators. The P4425 offers a few improvements over previous models, which suggests the company is looking to build on its recent success.

Medion GoPal 4425 PC Advisor 3/2008 - The Medion GoPal 4425's unique selling point is the fingerprint-recognition feature designed to deter thieves, but we're not at all convinced of the need for it.

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