'Twelve million-entry POI database'
'Large points-of-interest database'
'Ease of use'
'Easy to unlock, sideload additional maps'
'FREE Life-time traffic'
'Street names are spoken and can be clearly understood'
'Cluttered, sluggish UI'
'Most of the changes are positive.'
'Compared to other automotive GPS receivers on the market, it is very inexpensive at around $160..'
'Pretty good bargain.'
'Easy to use.'
'The Mio C520's media player is basic (though you get equalizer settings and playlist creation) and as we mentioned earlier, the interface is somewhat confusing and bare-bones.'
'The number and letter buttons are quite small and cramped together, and there's no included stylus, so you have to pay close attention as you enter addresses.'
'The preferences are located in various locations all over the device and can be difficult to find.'
'All too often, when we'd struck a via point, the system just sat there or displayed a distant overhead map leaving us unable to return to the 3D 'cockpit' view without re-entering everything.'
'the screen is difficult to read on sunny days, which presents a serious problem if you are driving.'
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