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  • Online 2.5 out of 5

    Mio Navman V575 TV review

    By 7 March 2011

    Mobile phones have been cutting into the MP3 player market for some time now, and with more and more handhelds offering built-in GPS and car kits to provide navigational aides for drivers and ramblers, we’d expect the dedicated in-car satnav market...

  • Online 4.5 out of 5

    Navman S100 GPS receiver review

    By 20 October 2008

    Satellite navigation devices have been enjoying something of a boom, offering greater features, much improved performance and all at a much more affordable price. But once you reach a point, you start to feel that things have become rather samey. Can...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Navman S30 3D GPS receiver review

    By 2 October 2008

    The number of options for in-car satnav is constantly expanding. Navman have long been associated with satellite navigation equipment, but can they compete with the likes of TomTom for easy to use, consumer-friendly devices? We look at the S30 3D, the...

  • Online 4.5 out of 5

    Navman S90i GPS receiver review

    By 18 October 2007

    The Navman S90 takes on TomTom and Garmin in the high-end satnav market, but can Navman deliever the goods? We get on the road to find out. The S90i is the flagship of the S-series and following a "dramatic redesign" of the company's satellite navigation...

  • Online 0 out of 5

    Navman S90i GPS receiver - First Look review

    By 14 September 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. Losing all its...

  • Cameras 4.5 out of 5

    Navman N40i GPS receiver review

    By 13 October 2006

    Mobile phones have digital cameras, so why can't GPS units? That's the thinking behind Navman's N40i GPS with NavPix. The Navman N40i is a mid-range GPS device for those looking for something more than the TomTom One but less expensive and feature packed...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Navman iCN530 GPS receiver - EXCLUSIVE review

    By 2 May 2006

    Navman's latest satellite navigation system promises a bigger screen and simple instructions, so does it live up to the promise? We hit the road to find out. The first thing you are likely to spot on the new iCN530 is the introduction of a large 3.5 inch...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Navman iCN750 - FIRST LOOK review

    By 30 March 2006

    Pocket-lint was given the chance to have an one-2-one briefing with Navman and its latest GPS unit - the Navman iCN750. The first thing you will notice is the new widescreen display, At 4 inches it's big - big enough to be a make a difference and from...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Navman iCN 550 GPS unit review

    By 21 November 2005

    Should GPS units not only tell you were to go but also help you avoid that bank holiday traffic. We think so and so does Navman. But has the company got it right with its latest GPS offering the iCN 550 with Traffic Pack bolt-on? We get on the road and...

  • Online 3.5 out of 5

    Navman iCN 320 GPS unit review

    By 22 September 2005

    Navman is hoping to break new boundaries in the GPS handheld arena by creating a new range of budget units that offer a scaled down version of its advanced players but at a fraction of the cost. But has the company cut too many corners? We jump in a car...

  • Sports Fitness 3.5 out of 5

    Navman R300 sport.tool review

    By 27 April 2005

    For runners, stats are everything, how fast am I going? How far have I run? How long is there left? Are questions we all ask ourselves as we pound that pavement or country path. While Garmin offer the Forerunner, a beast of a unit, Navman has opted for...

  • Sports Fitness 3.5 out of 5

    Navman A300 sport.tool review

    By 17 March 2005

    GPS are slowly becoming ubiquitous in our cars, but the last place you expect to see a GPS unit is on the slopes when you go skiing. That was until Navman decided to go all sporty on us. The Navan R300 Ski is a GPS unit for the slopes. Apart for the new...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Navman iCN510 review

    By 3 March 2005

    A satellite navigation system is only as good as the roads it takes you on - or so we’ve been told. Determined to put this premise through rigorous testing, we took the Navman iCN510 on an excursion through Europe, just to see where it took us. Let’s...

  • Online 4 out of 5

    Navman GPS 4410 for PocketPC review

    By 9 March 2004

    So you’ve got your PocketPC, you use it for your contacts, diary and anything else you might imagine, but then the office decides to send you on a trip to Germany. You’ve got to fly into Berlin and then travel to some remote part of the country to...

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