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Mio Moov 500 - 4.7' Portable GPS Navigation

by Mio

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  • Stylish 4.7 inch Superwide Touchscreen Interface
  • Text-to-Speech in English for Turn-by-Turn Voice Guidance
  • Preloaded U.S. Map of All 50 States and Puerto Rico
  • Preloaded with Over 3.5 Million Points of Interest
  • Get fast and accurate GPS signal reception every time with faster GPS fix technology. No extra fees and PC connection required
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Mio

Product Description

Designed for the ultimate in visibility, Mio Moov 500 is a Super-Widescreen portable GPS Navigation device. Featuring a 4.7" screen, preloaded maps of the U.S., GPS navigation with Text-to-Speech for spoken street names as you drive, and full color brand icons for popular points of interest along your route, the Mio Moov 500 is the portable GPS navigation device to beat. Room with a View The most striking feature of Mio Moov 500 is the 4.7" widescreen display. This extra large screen is your window to the navigation world and makes it easier than ever to get the information you need as you travel. A bigger screen means bigger buttons, clearer text and more map on the screen. And more is better. It's a widescreen world out there - you need widescreen directions. More than words There are a lot of things that you need to watch while you're driving. The screen of your GPS doesn't have to be one of them. While many GPS navigators will warn you that you will be "turning right in half a mile", Mio Moov 500 uses an advanced Text-to-Speech feature which will read you the actual street names of upcoming turns. This way you can keep your eyes on the road and look for Main Street rather than spend time guessing how far half a mile is... All dressed up and ready to go To get you up and running as fast as possible, Mio Moov 500 is ready to go, straight out of the box. Full U.S. maps are preloaded, and Mio Moov 500 comes complete with a windshield mount and car adaptor, so all you need to do is hit the power switch and choose a destination.

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Technical Details
Item Weight15.2 ounces
Product Dimensions7.3 x 7.1 x 4.9 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB001O3M71M
Best Sellers Rank #164,118 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces
Date First AvailableDecember 18, 2008
  
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Wang VINE VOICE on January 9, 2009
This GPS has a large and bright screen. The satellite connection is fast. The database is useful. And if you look around hard enough, you may find it at sale prices as low as $120, which would be a great value.

Then why did I give it just 3 stars? First, the antenna reception is mediocre. The database is basic. The software is not the most intuitive. Instead of "Stay on the highway", the voice instruction says "Keep left", which still confuses me sometimes. The suction cup does not work on dashboards that are not smooth, e.g. the Ford Focus I rented the other day. And last but not least, the battery lasts a laughable 5-10 minutes. This GPS is strictly for cars. But, at least, the car kit is included.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By NLO on May 14, 2009
From Customer Service to the product, please save yourself the time and frustration that I have spent. I purchased the MOOV 500 in October 2008. About two months later I noticed that the calibration was off about 1/4 of an inch. If you have one, you know that all of the important features are located on the right side (cancel, zoom, etc). For example, if I typed a "P", the letter "O" or "I" would come up. I could not use any of the slider bars due to this calibration issue. I called into the helpless desk and he advised me that there wasn't any way to adjust calibration, and that I should reset to factory defaults. I was disappointed to lose my preferences, but I just spent alot of money on this so, ok. I ask the helpless desk how to back up my addresses so I wouldn't lose them and they checked and found out there is no way to back anything up, (Yes, he even asked someone). Of course through my own poking around, I found that there is a way by using the software provided in the box. Too late for that I reset to factory defaults, and of course that didn't fix anything. I called back and they advised me to use the provided software to do a software download (thus, how I found out about the backup/restore option). Of course, the provided cable didn't work, but I found another that did. I did the software download and of course, still not fixed. I called into helpless desk and they requested I send it in to them at my expense (insured as well). I sent it in, and when they sent it back, three weeks later, there was not an option to leave the package, and I was forced to take the day off of work to sit around and wait for the package to arrive. I opened my fresh from repair GPS and found the fix scribbled on a piece of paper.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Reclutant readers mom on January 3, 2009
I asked for a basic GPS for Christmas and got this one. I know nothing about GPS so I have nothing to compare it too. The first place we were going was to the Philadelphia zoo as we live in NJ. We know how to get there, but wanted to see how the Mio worked. I hit Points of Interest and it didnt have it!! I mean the Philly zoo!! Since we didnt have an exact address then your out of luck. It has come through for several other locations and I think it might have been a fluke on the zoo. I get frustrated because you keep having to enter the state every time you search. It should remember what state you live in. Also there is no way to get back to the maps after you have been toying around with it, only by hitting the back button like 5 times, then map button again. There should be a button on the screen at all time to take you directly back to the map without the rabbit trail. SO far it has gotten us to our locations correctly.
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