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Originally Posted by AndyF1
To be really honest Nik, I have tomtom on a pda and although I can rotate the screen to landscape, I still prefer the portrait mode as you get to see what roads / roundabouts are up ahead much sooner.
The only snag is all the cables - as my bluetooth gps is 2 years old now, it only holds a charge for about an hour so it has to be plugged in to the cigar lighter and defeats the object of having a bluetooth gps in the first place
I used to have a HP Ipaq HX4700, but all I used it for was Tomtom and so seemed a waste of time having such a funky bit of kit and not use it to its potential. Once I got my Nokia N70 I sold the Ipaq on
. I know the screen's a lot smaller on the phone, but the directions from Tomtom come through my stereo speakers via my car kit and mutes the stereo. I don't need to use it very often and so it's enough for me. For someone who uses satnav regularly I reckon a PDA or a satnav unit is the way to go.
We sell a decent unit, the Navman iCN320 @ £170 - sold loads of them and get pretty good feedback from customers.
Currently in nicolidus's garage:
BMW 325ti like an absolute prat!