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AdvantagesIt gets you to your destination... eventually, minimum expectation of Sat Nav to be honest

DisadvantagesPretty much everything except what has been kept from the old model.

...The TomTom Rider series is sat nav for motorcyclists - so I've been using the TomTom Rider V2, the model this is replacing. Naturally I expected this would be a nice improvement with some good new features. The lane navigation system shown in the main picture here looks like a great idea... Well worth the £230 or so I would spend on it. Not so. The day comes when the box arrives - those of us...

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AdvantagesTiny, appealling, accurate, powerful and desirable.

DisadvantagesRubber cover for DC power supply breaks off easily.

.... Of the external appearance, only one thing bothered me, and that was the rubber cover for the DC power supply (to the lower left of the image shown). The rubber was so soft, that it felt rather anaemic. The device is supplied with a large capacity 1700mAH Li-Ion battery. When you see how small this GPS receiver is, you'll be even more amazed that about half of that size holds the battery. The battery fits...

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Advantages A PDA and sat nav system in one

Disadvantages Looks cheap and tacky

...compromise and whilst the PDA quality is not superior - it is acceptable for my requirements. The Mitac 168 combines a PDA with a sat nav. system. And whilst the PDA is of inferior quality the Sat Nav element of the Mitac is most definitely not. It is on par with stand alone GPS units such as Navman, Tomtom etc. The Mitac has a built in GPS receiver. If any of the readers of this review have ever had...

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