Mio GPS Navigation Devices

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Cyclo 505HC
Mio Cyclo 505 HC

Functions: Cadence , Heart Rate , Waterproof, GPS Function, Rev-counter, Training programs ; …

Enthusiast cyclists will find a lot to like in the Mio Cyclo 505 HC, even if there are a few things to dislike too, like its laggy UI. But its sturdy build, heart rate monitor, speed sensor and …

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Poor)


Mio Cyclo 300
Mio Cyclo 300

Mobile navigation system; Type: Outdoor; Display size: 3"; TMC: Unavailable; Weight: 156 g; …

Disappointing road navigation and positively awful off-road route tracing make Mio's Cyclo 300 one to stay away from in Computer Act!ve's opinion. Its handling of roundabouts is maddening …

2 reviews | 4 opinions (Average)


Mio Moov Spirit V505 TV
Mio Moov Spirit V505 TV

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car, Pedestrian; Display size: 4.7"; Weight: 220 g; …

While FiveFWD acknowledged that the Spirit V505 TV is a good satnav, its TV functionality is a bit of a gimmick, since it lacks a headphone output, it doesn't work while the car is moving and …

5 reviews


Navman Spirit M687
Mio Spirit 687

Mobile navigation system; Type: Camper van, In-car, Truck, Pedestrian; Display size: 5"; TMC: …

"... the Mio Spirit V687 fails to offer the Navigon's good looks or quality feel. But as a sat nav it works well. Well enough, in fact, to consider saving some money and choosing it as the

3 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


More information at: TrustedReviews, 7/2011 Mio Spirit 687 The Mio Spirit 687 comes in at a higher price than the Spirit 685, which was a bargain at £100, but to set it apart from its lower priced cousin there have been numerous features added. … to review

Moov Spirit V735 TV
Mio Navman Spirit V735 TV (Europe)

Type: In-car, Pedestrian; Display size: 7"; TMC: No; Weight: 320 g

“... But once the target destination has been entered, the device safely guides you to your desired destination. During 3-D map animation however, it starts to jerk quite a bit.”

5 reviews | 11 opinions (Above average)


More information at: c't, issue 18/2009 Sat-nav royalty These days a standard navigation device can attract customers merely with a low price. However if you invest more, you can find guidance systems that not only lead you safely to your destination, but which can also be used as travel guides, which flexibly respond to traffic conditions and make use of internet services. ... In test: Seven navigation systems were tested. Among other things, test criteria were display, volume and range of functions. No final marks were given.

Spirit 685EU
Mio Spirit 685 EU

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 185 g; …

The Mio Spirit 685 is great value. It uses intelligent software to calculate a variety of route options and users can compare two or more potential routes before deciding. Its larger screen makes …

2 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


Mio Navman 575 (UK & Western Europe)
Mio Navman 575 (UK & Western Europe)

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 160 g; …

"Pros: Large screen. Europe maps. Good value. Cons: Slow. No 3G services. Low-res screen."

2 reviews


More information at: TechRadar UK, 7/2010 Mio Navman 575 Mio promise that their latest range of Spirit sat-navs will have easier and more intelligent navigation. Can it prove itself to be more than just a 'me too' system? … to review

Mio Navman Spirit V575 TV
Mio Navman Spirit V575 TV

Mobile navigation system; Type: Pedestrian, In-car; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: Yes; Weight: …

"... sat-nav performance is generally pretty good, but it's quite disappointing as a TV. ... if you're expecting more than shaky performance on the telly side of things the Mio

7 reviews


More information at: PCgo, issue 12/2010 Clash of the Sat-Navs We tested out five current car sat-nav systems to see if they really are as clever as their manufacturers say they are. The daily traffic chaos that envelopes Munich was an appropriate testing ground. There’s nothing like getting straight into the thick of it - with 5 sat-navs on board, what could possibly go wrong? In test: Five navigation systems were tested.

Moov Spirit V505TV
Mio Moov Spirit V505 (UK & Ireland)

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car, Pedestrian; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 220 g

Unfortunately for the Spirit V505TV, Expert Reviews wasn't very taken by it, and felt that better deals can be had elsewhere. While it was suitable as a navigation device, they weren't

2 reviews


More information at: Expert Reviews, 6/2010 Mio Moov Spirit V505 TV The Spirit V505TV shares a lot of the same characteristics and features as the Spirit 500, yet there is one essential difference. This device sports a built-in Freeview tuner, which means that you can use its bigger 4.7 inch screen to catch up on your favorite shows, when it's not guiding you on your travels. … to review

Spirit 470
Mio Navman 470

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: No; Weight: 152 g

Expert reviews were very impressed with the price of this Mio Navman's satnav. It has some nice features like predictive text when you are typing an address, and excellent motorway lane …

1 review | 9 opinions (Average)


Moov M305 WEU
Mio Moov M305

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 120 g; …

“Likes: Weight, PC administration, price, battery life. Dislikes: few extras, no Bluetooth.”

4 reviews


More information at: test (Stiftung Warentest), issue 1/2010 The Best for the Trip Navigation devices: In the test, the Falk F12 was most convincing, and the NavGear was least convincing. Some sat-navs calculate rather slowly. In test: 16 mobile navigation systems were reviewed, including twelve 4.3 to 5.0-inch devices and four 3.5-inch devices. The verdict: 11 x “good”, 4 x “satisfactory” and 1 x “sufficient”. Among the test criteria were navigation (start time, positioning and route calculation, route guidance, driving recommendations: announcements/display), handling (instruction manual, installation/transport, daily use, display) as well as processing and versatility. When the time for start-up, positioning and route calculation was “acceptable” or “poor”, the overall score for navigation could only be one mark higher.

Mio Navman M400
Mio Navman M400

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: No; Weight: 152 g

The team at Trusted Reviews states that while the Mio Navman M400 isn't loaded with features, it's still a bargain. They note that the similarly-priced Navigon 1210 offers a decent …

2 reviews


Mio M300
Mio M300

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: No; Weight: 135 g

Although it's acquired some of the same performance niggles as its S series predecessors, Smartphone Daily consider Mio's M300 Deluxe to be a nicely priced sat nav that's well-featured …

1 review | 6 opinions (Average)


Mio Moov 370 (Europe)
Mio Moov 370 (Europe)

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 170 g

“You will find Bluetooth and TMC Pro here too. We particularly liked the local search, which finds points of interest out of the local classified directory.”

5 reviews


More information at: PC Praxis, issue 8/2008 “Co-pilot in the glovebox” - up to 400 Euro Driving in a foreign city is for many people a horror scenario - trying to navigate in an unfamiliar streetscape where it is difficult to orientate oneself can overwhelm even experienced drivers. How great it would be to have a co-pilot on board who could tell you the way, the distance to the next turn and even the optimal speed to travel. If you aren’t so fortunate as to have a passenger with good orientation skills with you, nowadays there are technical solutions. In test: Nine navigation systems were tested. Eight were awarded a grade of “good”, while one was rated “satisfactory”. Among other things, test criteria were navigation, features and operation.

Moov Spirit V505TV
Mio Moov Spirit V505 (Europe)

Mobile navigation system; Type: In-car, Pedestrian; Display size: 4.7"; TMC: No; Weight: …

“... the more expensive model (also without TMC) is an all-round disappointment with grave weaknesses in terms of unit operation and battery life (devaluation due to problematic operation).”

2 reviews


More information at: ADAC Motorwelt, issue 12/2009 Cheaper can be better Shopping in a different way: This time, ADAC testers not only chose new models, but they were specifically looking for standard brand versions and the most expensive option of each. A surprising result: Among the eight pairs (excluding TomTom, since it offered no innovation) three premium devices clearly performed worse than their cheaper counterparts - this lot are even amongst the stragglers of all tested systems. ... In test: 16 navigation systems were reviewed. They were rated between 2.1 and 4.5.

C620 t
Mio C620t

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 962 g

“The C620T is a successful navigation system with simple, intuitive operation and very fast and precise navigation performance. The well-designed holder with integrated connections is very practical.”

5 reviews | 1 opinion (Poor)


Navman S300
Mio Navman Spirit 300

Type: Outdoor, Pedestrian, In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 126.5 g

In the same price bracket as TomTom's ONE Classic and IQ Routes Edition, Mio's Navman Spirit 300 betters both with the inclusion of Live Traffic. The removal of SlideTouch from the Spirit …

1 review | 8 opinions (Excellent)


Digi-walker A-501
Mio A501

Type: PDA Navigation System; Weight: 135 g

"... The device packs plenty of features into a small space, but its sluggish performance, ugly design and lack of 3G and Wi-Fi support are just too off-putting to make it a success."

5 reviews


C520 t
Mio C520t

Type: In-car; TMC: Yes

"... The Mio offers up great functionality with its split-screen mouse, which displays the usual map view and selected information. We found the selection of information on view too much, and it …

5 reviews | 1 opinion (Excellent)


H 610
Mio H610

Type: Outdoor; Weight: 110 g

"... This is the best implementation of multimedia we've seen in a navigation device, but that's not to say it's perfect."

8 reviews



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Product information and further reviews

Mio Spirit V575 TV - TV for traffic jams Focus Online 9/2010 - Those who have to spend a lot of time in stationary cars, such as taxi drivers and traffic-plagued commuters, can at least get a bit of distraction out of the ether.

Mio Navman M400 Sat-Nav TrustedReviews 11/2009 - Despite its long history in the market of personal navigation products, the Navman has always impressed reviewers more because of its value, than its development of new technology. However, since it's now being marketed under the direction of Mio, this seems to be changing, with its products showing a lot more promise. Take the Navman M400, for instance. Review details: Single Test. One satnav device was reviewed and rated on design, features, performance and value.

Mio DigiWalker C320 CNET.co.uk 6/2007 - Satnavs are starting to be as much about fashion as they are about navigation. Mio's widescreen DigiWalker C320 is one such stylish satnav.

Mio C250 GPS receiver Pocket-lint.co.uk 12/2006 - Mio have created a new standard of GPS system which has a 3.5-inch with touchscreen control, and weighs just 110g. This system however const much less than some of the alternatives, so it might appeal to infrequent drivers who are prone to getting lost.

Mio Digiwalker C320 satellite navigation Computer act!ve 8/2007 - It seems that it's no longer a satnav's job just to get you there - it now has to look good in the process. Some devices try to stand out from the crowd with a range of colours, while the Mio Digiwalker C320 just aims to look slick.

Mio C210 GPS receiver Pocket-lint.co.uk 8/2006 - As criminals find the urge to steal more GPS units, manufactures are finding the urge to make them smaller, so can Mio's entry-level unit, the C210, which is smaller than a tennis ball be the answer? We take a closer look.

Mio Digiwalker C710 GPS device Computer act!ve 8/2006 - The most obvious thing to say about Mio’s slimline Digiwalker C710 is that it is extremely portable.

Mio Cyclo 505 HC TrustedReviews 8/2013 - The Mio Cyclo 505 HC is an interesting device, combining a cycling computer, GPS and a heart rate monitor. But is it a jack of all trades and master of none?

Mio Cyclo 505 HC TechRadar UK 8/2013 - Sat-navs for cars are a dime a dozen, but cyclists don't have so many choices. This alone makes the Mio Cyclo 505 HC an interesting proposition, but does it provide everything its target audience might need?

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