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For cyclists who want to track really specific data like cadence or power it means shelling out serious money for ANT+ sensors and their accompanying ...
Dashcams leapt into the consciousness of the average driver in the UK following the spectacular meteor shower in Russia in 2013. The clear footage cap...
The Mio Cyclo 505 HC offers stacks of features, but overlooks simple issues such as attachment whereby its cable-tie method is sub-standard for our
Mio has introduced another bicycle computer range with the Mio Cyclo 100 series geared towards the serious rider. There are four devices launching wit...
Navigations specialists Mio has unveiled six new in-car satnav devices, some of which come with a lifetime supply of map upgrades.In addition, the two
Mio has announced a new line of bike computers which draws on the company's experience in the satnav arena. We've managed to get our hands on the Mio ...
With the V575 TV’s TV and media features struggling to impress, you’re left with a fairly basic satnav that doesn’t hold enough appeal to
If you look at the Mio A501 as a GPS first and a phone/pda second then it's cracking, but chances are your priorities will probably be around the
We would still opt for the TomTom One XL, however we do like the split screen view championed in this design
Mio has created a useful product that although expensive compared to other units on the market will no doubt find its way into handbags across the
For the price, this is a great no frills unit that will get you from A to B without hassle
A tidy option with everything in the box, but the navigation is not as logical as many competitors, and despite SiRFstar III chipset, it still feels
Although the C510 doesn't offer anything different over its competitors it is none the less a strong performer
Mio has packed a lot into the diminutive C210, however for us the small screen makes this unit hard to understand
Great for those wanting more than just a phone with a supped up address book, but not looking to go down the full blown PDA route
Speed this up and you’d have a Hot Product on your hands as is it, we were left frustrated
Promising to deliver so much, the 269 Plus manages to be jack-of-all-trades but master of none
This doesn't what it sets out to do, just expect a couple of flaws along the way