Navman GPS Navigation Devices

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Navman Panoramic
Navman Panoramic

Mobile navigation system; Type: Truck, In-car; Display size: 7"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 221 g

The Navman Panoramic is a 7inch navigational tool which provides maps and routes for all European countries, with 3D views, spoken street names and a keyword place search. As the screen is large, …

3 reviews

 

S 90i
Navman S90i

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

"... The lack of an FM transmitter and a Pedestrian mode seem to be the biggest oversight, which is a shame given how portable the S90i is. Still, those qualms aside, it's difficult to pick

6 reviews | 24 opinions (Average)

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 71/2008 Navman S90i The first thing you notice about the S90i is its size. In line with the latest batch of satnavs to hit the market, the emphasis has switched from adding more often unnecessary features to making it truly pocket size while retaining the essentials. Not content with having managed this without compromising on screen size, Navman has taken the opportunity to replace some of the old features with ground-breaking new ones. … to review

Navman S30 3D
Navman S30 3D

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: No; Weight: 145 g

As an affordable device to get you from A to B, Computeract!ve felt that the Navman S30 3D was a great choice. The 3D maps may still be a bit of a gimmick and it may lack some features found as

4 reviews | 84 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Computer act!ve, 10/2008 Navman S30 3D satellite navigation Typifying the cut-throat nature of the technology industry, what was once a feature only to be found in the highest of the high-end has now filtered down into the lowest priced devices. Take the Navman S30 which, despite being the cheapest device in their current range features 3D landmarks of major UK cities. … to review

 
Navman S50 3D
Navman S50 3D

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: No; Weight: 198 g

"... the Navman S50 3D has some spot-on free safety camera data, a solid Bluetooth connection so you can search for local restaurants or Burger Kings, and a nifty automatic switch from Day to

2 reviews | 42 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 79 Navman S50 3D This new device from Navman bears the fruits of the company's merger with Mio but was inheriting an old case design a wise move? … to review

F 30
Navman F30

Type: In-car

"If you only want a satnav with safety camera alerts and free traffic updates, the F30 will deliver, but there are cheaper and less frustrating options here is traffic information isn't a

5 reviews

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 61/2007 Navman F30 The F20 Europe was one of last year's top PNDs with a good feature list at a reasonable price, and the F30 is essentially an expansion on that. … to review

S 70
Navman S70

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; Weight: 198 g

"Does what it says on the tin, but is a little slow and the design could be a lot better."

2 reviews | 63 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 71/2008 Widescreen Navigation Dedicated GPS units are steadily growing larger, but in a good way. 4in touchscreen-toting widescreen GPS units are now available for around £200, and they're getting slimmer too. In test: Four widescreen GPS devices were reviewed and rated based on display, features, mapping and value. Scores ranged from 7 to 9 points out of 10. … to review

Navman S100
Navman S100

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Yes; Weight: 150 g

Despite its appealing looks and design, Reg Hardware was left decidedly unimpressed by the S100. The website found the unintuitive new interface a pain to use and battery life was significantly less …

1 review | 10 opinions (Average)

 

N60i/T1
Navman N60i

Type: In-car; Display size: 4.3"; TMC: Unavailable; Weight: 240 g

"Excellent all-rounder, glorious screen - a few extra features would have put this at the top."

4 reviews | 6 opinions (Average)

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 61/2007 Widescreen PNDs With road safety becoming an ever more publicised issue, particularly in light of the new mobile phone laws, it's obviously important that you are able to receive your travelling directions as efficiently as possible - which should mean you keep your eyes on the road as much as possible. GPS systems solve the issue because they give audible directions, but there is often a need to quickly glance at the virtual map to see exactly where you are going. Currently in vogue are widescreen navigation systems which allow more detail to be seen instantly and crucially enable the driver to see the map in a much larger resolution. In test: Four widescreen satellite navigation devices were reviewed and rated based on display, features, value and mapping. Scores ranged from 7 to 9 points out of 10. … to review

N 40i
Navman N40i

Type: In-car; TMC: Unavailable

"What would have been a solid system is brought down by the added cost incurred by the camera."

4 reviews | 8 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 56/2006 Navman N40i The Navman N40i is the latest effort from Navman, and without doubt the team behind its production has spent some time looking at the negatives from previous models in order to iron out any potential criticisms. … to review

Navman iCN 720
Navman iCN 720

Type: In-car; Display size: 4"

"... A high-quality navigation device, with excellent usability and on-screen information display, but NavPix may let it down somewhat ..."

3 reviews | 4 opinions (Excellent)

 

 
S 30
Navman S30

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: No; Weight: 161 g

Performance-wise there are not to many GPS devices that can top the Navman S30. It is only let down by its lack of style. It does what it needs to do in a precise way with limited features. Performs

5 reviews | 84 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Smartphone & PDA Essentials, issue 69/2007 Navman S30 After a year of PNDs seeming to grow ever larger and integrating ever more functions, the Navman's series is the second device in a short time to break the trend and look at style and size over function. The S30 is a truly pocket-sized device, with its ultra-slim body competing with Magellan's Maestro series for the title of the world's thinnest PND. … to review

F 20
Navman F20

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"; TMC: Unavailable; Weight: 200 g

"Good mapping, excellent shortcut buttons, but slow performance when inputting addresses."

2 reviews | 70 opinions (Above average)

 

iCN530
Navman iCN 530

Type: In-car; Display size: 3.5"

"The iCN530 is a good solid GPS unit that gives a good performance overall. Directions are clear and the maps simple to understand, especially as you can choose your display. ..."

1 review | 18 opinions (Average)

 

iCN520
Navman iCN 520

Type: In-car

"Annoying buttons and low volume contribute to a surprisingly lacklustre result from such a well-known name."

1 review | 7 opinions (Average)

 

iCN750
Navman iCN 750

Type: In-car; Display size: 4"

"At first glance, and we stress this is just a first glance, the iCN750 looks very sharp. While the camera may come across as a gimmick or a fad ..."

1 review | 8 opinions (Excellent)

 

iCN550
Navman iCN 550

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

"A perfectly good system only spoilt by the roughness of the design. Unless you’re an early adopter this is probably one to steer clear of."

1 review | 2 opinions (Poor)

 

N 20
Navman N20

Type: In-car; TMC: Unavailable

PC Advisor praised the Navman N20 for its lengthy battery life, clearly visible maps and ease of use.

1 review

 

iCN510
Navman iCN 510

Type: In-car

"... this is an excellent product - well designed, well executed and a lifesaver when venturing into unknown territory. Setting aside the minor gripes, we think it’s certainly worth …

1 review | 23 opinions (Average)

 

Navman iCN 320
Navman iCN 320

Type: In-car

"With full functioning GPS units only a fraction more than this unit, Navman have cut too many features for us to really make this worth considering. ..."

1 review | 23 opinions (Above average)

 

 

Product information and further reviews

Navman S70 CNET.co.uk 11/2007 - The Navman S70, with its European maps, offers a simple method of navigation via its innovative NavPix technology. A free 12-month safety camera trial, a wealth of places of interest (POI), Qwerty keyboard option and a quality widescreen display brings up the rear.

Navman S90i GPS receiver - First Look Pocket-lint.co.uk 9/2007 - Navman has officially launched its new S-series, following a "dramatic redesign" of the company's satellite navigation systems. But is it for the better? We were able to have a brief play with the new models at the launch event in London.

Navman S30 3D satnav Register Hardware 10/2008 - Navman's entry-level S30 navigator has been updated with a new headline-grabbing feature the manufacturer hopes will help shift units this coming christmas; 3D maps.

Navman S30 3D satellite-navigation system Personal Computer World 9/2008 - Navman's latest entry-level navigation device features 3D maps of the United kingdom and Northern Ireland but is this enough to outweigh some missing basics?

Navman iCN 720 route planning Computer act!ve 6/2006 - The iCN 720 has a photographic memory for places, aided by the 1.3megapixel camera mounted on the front and its NavPix software.

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