Review: Mio C710 Digiwalker GPS System
Another review has hit the net on the Mio C710 Digiwalker GPS System, and overall, give it a pretty balanced assessment. I reviewed the Mio C310, the little brother of the C710, earlier this year, and thought that the product was pretty good; the size was great, and it handled well. It definitely exceeded my expectations; Mio is a GPS player to pay attention to. There were a few things I would have liked to see done differently, that Craig Ellison picks up on in his review of the C710, namely search functions. The C310 is a fully functioning GPS system that has a slim PDA size form factor, and comes with MP3 capability and a 3.5 inch touch screen. The C710 adds a built in traffic update receiver, DivX playback and Bluetooth phone capability.
See our Review of the Mio C310 Digiwalker GPS System - Read Review
Craig Ellison sums up his experience with the Mio C710 Digiwalker GPS System:
“For under $650, the DigiWalker C710 is a good value, as it includes some neat features that are not offered by the Garmin nuvi 350 or are available from Garmin only as an option. But the nuvi remains our favorite because of its superior screen, onscreen presentation, and smooth text-to-speech voice prompts.”
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Posted by Scott Martin at August 9, 2006 10:08 AM