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'A great value GPS, intuitive interface with a large POI database'
'The price is too high, especially without integrated Bluetooth..'
'Navigation Navigating with the TomTom is easy, and continues to demonstrate its ability to get you to where you need to go in short order and with confidence.'
'new slim design'
'most accurate maps'
'Extra screen girth is welcome.'
'The system doesn't support text-to-speech functionality'
'it's the implementation of the menus that make it a little more laborious to get through'
'We found the display fairly difficult to read outdoors, even on a cloudy day; take note if you plan to use the M5 while on foot.'
'even offers intuitive POI searches'
'the hardware itself is much stronger'
'the receiver's position on the Earth can be determined quite accurately'
'The unit should be available in time for Christmas, and is expected to retail for $699 (street).'
'personal digital assistant product line'
'The iQue M4 features a 312MHz Intel XScale processor and 64MB of RAM, so the core power and storage is respectable.'
'no integrated wireless'
'This is key - wait for the lips to appear green before you speak. .'
'nothing is labeled.'
'equally impressive performance'
'This GPS comes with the Sports Guard case to make handling the device easier and also provides additional protection for the device.'
'The Magellan RoadMate 2200T was a little sluggish when switching between application screens.'
'Compared to other consumer-oriented handhelds on the market, it is expensive at around $435.'
'minimalist software bundle (aside from the maps).'
'one small device that serves as my PDA, cellular phone, and GPS'
'intriguing convergent device'
'Palm OS 5 operating system is easy to use'
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