February 12, 2007

PC Mag Via Michelin X-930 Review


Another review of the Via Michelin X-930 GPS has hit the internet, and I thought I would point it out for people to check out. The Via Michelin has gotten a lot of attention lately with it's low, low price, and its recognizable brand name. The unit comes equipped with a widescreen, pre-loaded maps of the US, and SiRF star III chipset for accuracy and strong satellite holding ability.

Craig Ellison's review over at PC Mag is unfortunately not all that flattering: "Overall, I was sorely disappointed with the ViaMichelin X-930. Its menus were difficult to navigate and inefficiently laid out. For example, to find a list of the nearest gas stations from the map view takes a time-consuming ten screen taps. "

I have the X-930 GPS in for review right now, and I'll be walking through its capabilities very soon. Stay tuned.

ReadMore at PC Mag

Available at Amazon for about $199. More information at Via Michelin

Update: Even more information on the Via Michelin X-930

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Posted by Scott Martin at February 12, 2007 8:42 AM

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