Navigon GPS Navigation Devices

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Navigon 40 Premium (EU)
Navigon 40 Premium (EU)

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: No, Yes; Weight: 160 g

“Plus: quick route calculation; time-saving, short routes; easy operation. Minus: Points of interest a bit out of date; slow start up.”

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5 reviews

 

Navigon 40 Plus (Europa)
Navigon 40 Plus (Europa)

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 160 g

“... The Navigon 40 Plus only costs a couple of euros more but for the higher price you get maps for the whole of Europe and better quality voice commands. ...”

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4 reviews | 4 opinions

 

Navigon 70 Premium (Europe)
Navigon 70 Premium (Europe)

Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: No; Weight: 184 g

"... Out on the road, the Navigon performs just as well. ... Voice instructions and clear directions make understanding the route a breeze. ... if you've a budget of under £200, this unit …

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5 reviews | 6 opinions

 

 
Navigon 70 Plus (Europe)
Navigon 70 Plus (Europe)

Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 184 g

“Plus: very easy to use; exemplary visual guidance; large 5-inch screen; very good Text-to-Speech voice output. Dislikes: somewhat slow to boot up; colours not as rich as with the 40 Premium;

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3 reviews | 3 opinions

 

More information at: navi-magazin.de, 9/2010 Test: Navigon 70 Plus The Navigon 70 is a 5-inch navigation device that comes in two versions that offer a different range of functions. We tested the entry-level model Navigon 70 Plus for 199 Euro from Sweden to Italy.

Navigon 20 Plus (EU 20)
Navigon 20 Plus (EU 20)

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: No, Yes; Weight: 135 g

Entering postcodes into the Navigon 20 Plus is a real pain and the screen is too small, also CNET considered some of the features to be a bit of a gimmick. Otherwise though they said it does its job …

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5 reviews

 

Navigon 40 Premium Live (EU)
Navigon 40 Premium Live (EU)

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; Weight: 160 g

“For a little over 200 Euro, Navigon offers a solid sat-nav with excellent route guidance and helpful live services. Only the weak display tarnishes the positive overall impression that the 40

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More information at: Konsument, issue 1/2011 Powerful baby sat-navs In test: We tested 14 navigation systems, including 10 navigation devices and 4 smartphones with navigation software. The test criteria were maps and points of interest, versatility, operation as well as navigation, safety advice, battery and software/device stability.

Navigon 40 Easy EU 20
Navigon 40 Easy EU 20

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 160 g

The Navigon 40 Easy has plenty of useful functions that make it quite handy when you're travelling in unfamiliar territory, says CNet, though they also note that this means getting accustomed to …

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3 reviews | 3 opinions

 

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Navigon 20 Easy (EU 20)

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 105 g

“A 99 euro sat nav: Navigon’s 20 Easy model is entering risky territory as a brand name with all the negative connotations that come with a bargain price - but it came out unscathed!”

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3 reviews

 

Navigon 70 Premium Live
Navigon 70 Premium Live

Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 184 g

Scope of delivery/versatility (15%): 2.6; Operation (20%): 2.3; Route calculation (25%): 3.0; Navigation (20%): 2.0; Traffic information services (20%): 2.1.

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5 reviews | 6 opinions

 

More information at: connect, issue 12/2010 Bodyguards' best friends Arrive quickly, avoid traffic jams and reduce your fuel consumption: with these three new top-class navigation systems from the market leaders, you will find yourself at your destination in no time at all. In test: Three navigation systems were tested. These were tested according to the criteria of features, operation, destination guidance and route calculation.

Navigon 2510 Explorer (EU 41)
Navigon 2510 Explorer (EU 41)

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 125 g

“Hybrid sat nav: the 2510 Explorer is kitted out with a compass to make walking tours easier.”

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4 reviews

 

 
8410 ViaMichelin
Navigon 8410

Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: No, Yes; Weight: 908 g

"The Navigon 8410 is a nicely designed, premium sat-nav. Had it been released a few years ago, it would have been very competitive. Unfortunately, the battle has now moved onto mobile …

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5 reviews | 3 opinions

 

2410 Edition via Michelin
Navigon 2410 (Europe)

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 122 g

"... It may not have the most streamlined interface, but it packs a lot of features into its sub-£140 price. For instance, the equivalent TomTom, the ONE IQ Routes Edition Europe 42, doesn’t

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5 reviews

 

More information at: PC Praxis, issue 1/2010 “Escaping Traffic Jams” - navigation systems for up to 200 Euro Does your old sat-nav often lead you into the next traffic jam? Yes? Then it’s about time to purchase a new model. This is a major opportunity, since so many features and such a high comfort level have never been offered for such a favourable price. ... In test: Eleven navigation devices of the price class 200 Euro and under were reviewed. They were rated 6 x “good” and 5 x “satisfactory”. Among the test criteria were navigation, features and operation.

8450 Live Europe 40
Navigon 8450 Live

Type: In-car; Display size: 5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 225 g

"Pros: Media player. Large screen. 3D city view. Cons: Live module is separate rather than built in. Expensive. Slow."

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6 reviews | 7 opinions

 

More information at: Konsument, issue 5/2010 Competition on the Horizon Optimism seems unbroken. Navigation manufacturers are continually introducing new models and model variations. Market leader TomTom is represented in the latest test series by its first 5 inch device (12.7 cm); with ‘nüLink’ services, Garmin is offering a navigation system with direct internet access (flight schedules, weather, traffic reports, exchange rates ...) for the first time. In test: 15 car navigation devices were reviewed. Test criteria were versatility, handling (installation, daily use, display readability ...), navigation (start and localisation time, route calculation ...) as well as safety guidelines and software/device stability.

Navigon 1410 Europe 20
Navigon 1410 Europe 20

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Unavailable; Weight: 128 g

“The 1410 admittedly concentrates on the essentials - i.e. navigation - but nevertheless we were a bit put off by the slow GPS fix and short battery life.”

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3 reviews

 

More information at: connect, issue 7/2010 Europe, we’re coming! It’s great to set off on holiday - with the right navigation system you will also actually get there; this was shown in our comparison of seven inexpensive navigation systems with integrated map of Europe. In test: Seven navigation systems were tested.

4310 max Europe 40
Navigon 4310 max

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

“Likes: quickly ready for navigation, fast route calculation, time-based route selection, favourably priced quarterly updates. Dislikes: doesn’t announce street names, no additional country maps …

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4 reviews | 22 opinions

 

6310 EU
Navigon 6310 (Europe)

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

“Although the Navigon 6310 was initially unable to establish a connection to the GPS satellite, everything went well after a reboot. Doesn’t get lost in the test, first class reaction also in

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5 reviews | 4 opinions

 

More information at: E-MEDIA, issue 12/2010 The big E-MEDIA Sat-Nav Test 6 navigation devices as well as one mobile phone were reviewed in a practical test. E-MEDIA editors examined how reliable they take you to your destination. Six navigation devices were tested.

Navigon 4350 max
Navigon 4350 max

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

“Provides clear 3D navigation and area view, but the volume is slightly too low.

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5 reviews

 

2310 Europe 40
Navigon 2310 (Europe)

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 122 g

Navigation (30%): “good”; features (30%): “satisfactory”; display / installation (20%): “satisfactory”; operation (10%): “good”.

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5 reviews | 7 opinions

 

More information at: NAVI TEST, issue 1/2009 European Tour With extensive map content and the latest features, the new sat-navs by Becker, Falk and Navigon are the perfect companions for holiday travel. In test: Three navigation systems were reviewed and were rated 2 x 1.3 and 1 x 1.5. Test criteria were route calculation (route choice, speed), destination guidance (audio and visual), operation (general, destination input, speed) and features.

Navigon 7310 Europe Traffic 3D
Navigon 7310 Europe Traffic 3D

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 180 g

"... While the ... 3D view is great for getting a feel for the lie of the land, the addition of buildings and landmarks is frankly distracting. Seeing a cathedral take up half your screen when …

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6 reviews | 8 opinions

 

2110 MAX Europa
Navigon 2110 MAX

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 178 g

While not offering all the multimedia bells and whistles available on other satnavs, the Navigon 2110 Max is nevertheless a well made device with fast route calculations and the added benefit of …

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6 reviews

 

 

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Executives on intern wages c't 10/2009 - Nowadays one can get a navigation device for less than 100 Euro, and many of these entry-level devices even sport European maps, traffic jam detectors or wide-screen display. In the struggle for market share, some manufacturers are including previously premium features such as time of day differentiated route calculation or lane assistant as standard features. Review details: Eight navigation systems were tested. Among the test criteria were volume, operation, route generation/calculation and navigation. No final marks were given.

Easy peasy? - a review of the Navigon 40 Easy Europe 20 Navigation-Professionell.de 11/2010 - The Navigon 40 Easy Europe 20 is being promoted by Navigon as an entry-level model. First time sat-nav buyers won’t need to dig too deep in their pockets to buy one: the 40 Easy is available for just 130 euros. And it comes with a 4.3 inch display, TMC, innovative features such as a dynamic lane assistant, maps for 20 countries and an affordable FreshMaps subscription.

Everything is great - except for the suction cups Auto Bild 27/2009 - Review details: Twelve navigation devices were tested and rated 10 x “good” and 2 x “satisfactory”. Among the test criteria were operation, navigation and presentation.

Sat-nav innovation under SFT-Magazin 9/2007 - Navigon makes even complicated motorway interchanges clear and simple to navigate.

Navigon 7110 connect 9/2007 - Drop-dead gorgeous with strong leadership skills: the 7110 is the highlight of the new Navigon fleet. Review details: A single test, in which the criteria features, handling, destination guidance and route calculation were tested.

Navigon PNA TS 7000Te Smartphone & PDA Essentials 57/2007 - Navigon is better known for its OEM-licensed products which are featured in a number of manufacturers, but now it has launched its own brand of GPS hardware in the form of the PNA TS 7000Te, which features a built-in TMC and the latest MobileNavigator 6 software.

Navigon 5100 Sat-Nav TrustedReviews 11/2007 - With the rise and rise of phone-based GPS navigation, dedicated devices are facing increased competition every day, especially at the lower end of the market. And you can see why: it's a tough ask to squeeze all the hardware necessary plus mapping into a device at a price that looks attractive when your competitors at the bottom end of the market are able to offer just the software and throw in maps of the whole of western Europe for under 100 quid. Yet despite all that, there are still advantages to going with a dedicated sat-nav PNA (personal navigation assistant) instead of a GPS-equipped phone with software, as Navigon's latest mid-range system, the 5100 proves. One of the key advantages of a dedicated sat-nav is that important hardware is fine-tuned. You invariably get a larger screen, for instance. There aren't many smart phones that have a screen as large as the 3.4in one the 5100 has, a feature that makes road layouts easier to see and on-screen buttons easier to press.

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