- Map-centric interface, Smooth scrolling, Cinematic display, Landmark View 3D, Local Search with Google, Hands-free calling via Bluetooth, Preinstalled POIs, Advanced Lane Guidance, Built-in speaker
Motorola Motonav TN765T 5.1-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator
- 5.1 Cinematic Display
- 2 Watt Hands-free speakerphone with noise cancellation technology
- Live traffic with re-routing options
- 3 months free MotoExtras service package (Google Search, Weather, Fuel Prices, Flight Status)
- Voice Recognition
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From the Manufacturer
The large 5.1-inch cinematic display offers a clear, expansive view of your route.
Traffic left panel view.
Turn-by-turn left panel view.
Browse and call your contacts completely hands-free. Shown with mobile contacts, right panel view open. View larger.
The MOTONAV™ TN765t ensures you'll have access to information you need while on the road. View larger.
Thanks to the 5.1-inch cinematic display on the TN765t, you can access features without ever leaving the map. Sleek gliding panels slide in with a tap on the display. Both sides deliver everything you need, while your route stays front and center.
You choose whether you want a full map view or a split screen with added information. From the left, get information about the road ahead. From the right, get access to all the other features. Need to check traffic? Your route stays in view. Get a call from a friend? Your map isn't going anywhere. With the TN765t, getting another feature doesn't mean getting lost.
See the Road Ahead
On the TN765t, the left panel shows you what's next on your journey with aerial map views, turn-by-turn directions, trip information, surrounding or nearby points of interest, prompts for your next maneuver, and more. This side of the device is where you can quickly and easily see what's coming up.
All it takes is a quick tap on the screen and instantly the next step of your journey is in full view while your current location stays on the main screen.
Get Fast, Relevant Search Results
The TN765t knows where you're going before you do. Just type a few letters, and immediately the most relevant results appear. It's the quickest, easiest way to find something along the route.
If you need to broaden your search, just tap the Google™ button and you'll quickly get internet results from Google local search. So millions of results are available in seconds. Google local search is integrated.
Sync Your Mobile Phone Contacts and Talk Hands-Free
The TN765t integrates with compatible Bluetooth®-enabled phones, syncing with your phonebook so you can browse and call your contacts from the road.
Have your text messages read aloud, send automated replies, and let your friends know when you'll arrive. No more fumbling around with your handset while driving. Just tap the screen, then use the powerful speakerphone to talk hands-free while keeping your eyes on the road and hands on the wheel. Check to see if your mobile phone is compatible at http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/bluetoothconnect.
Let Your Voice Take You There
Search your mobile phone contacts and make calls hands-free by using simple, voice-prompted commands.
Streaming Traffic, Bing™, and More at Your Fingertips
All the information you need is only one touch away with features like voice search powered by Bing™, streaming traffic updates, and other MOTOEXTRAS including weather updates, flight status, fuel prices, safety camera locations, and more.
Upgrade to Professional Installation for Enhanced Features
With optional professional installation, a convenient docking station on the dash provides a permanent power source with no visible wires. Plus, a built-in microphone and a connection to your in-car speakers provide a premium audio experience at every turn. (iPod and MP3 player integration coming May 2010. Professional installation required.)
Motorola, a recognized leader in mobile connectivity, is committed to developing tools and technologies to make people's lives easier, more efficient, and more connected. Founded in 1928, Motorola's prominent record of invention and innovation includes equipment that carried the first words spoken from the moon as well as the world's first handheld cellular phone. Now, with their new line of MOTONAV™ GPS devices, Motorola brings their entire heritage of voice communication and connectivity into the navigation market. With Motorola, navigation isn't just about getting somewhere; it's about connecting you to the people, places and information you need.
|The Complete Line of MOTONAV Personal Navigation Devices |
There are currently three MOTONAV devices available.
|MOTONAV TN555 |
Base model features a 4.3" widescreen display.
|MOTONAV TN565t |
All the features of the TN555, plus free streaming traffic updates.
|MOTONAV TN765t |
Top-of-the line model features a 5.1" cinematic display, 3D landmarks, free streaming traffic updates, and voice destination entry.
What's in the Box
TN565t personal navigation device with 4.3-inch widescreen display and United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico maps; charging cradle with built-in traffic receiver; car charger; micro USB PC cable (enables you to download upgrades, updates and content from www.motorola.com/motoextras); windshield mount; dashboard mount disc; and quick start guide.
Top Customer Reviews
Let's start with the headlines, the good the bad and the ugly
* Very good screen resolution compared to other GPS of this type
* Address search is way fast - 6 seconds to calculate a coast to coast trip
* Good screen brightness
* Thin and light
* Lots of extras, live search options, fuel prices and all else
* Very good map and junction detail
* Physical map overlay on the 2D views
* Easy to change between 2D and 3D view
* Good phone integration - works with an LG Dare
* Good phone contact search
* Good volume and easy controls - but there is a down side
* Very well rendered 3D landmarks - but there's more to that too
* GPS lock on is very very fast. By the time it came up from cold the first time it was already locked on.
* The traffic receiver appears to be much more sensitive than the Garmin one
* Much better mount than Garmin or Tomtom, more reach, more adjustable and has locking joints.
* Hesitates during text entry. Makes it difficult to know if it has accepted the keystroke and thus makes typing difficult
* Fiddly mount - not easy to locate the GPS correctly without practice
* Rear mounted buttons are easy to catch accidentally, especially when trying to adjust the angle
* If there's a way to enter custom POIs I haven't seen it yet
* Recent calls list appeared to be out of order, maybe oldest first?
* The adverts say Google, the menu says Bing
* The 2D North Up display hunts from side to side
* On high volume the speaker can be buzzy.
* Way fewer 3D landmarks than the advertising and manual suggest.Read more ›
* Nothing compares to this display. Nothing. It is amazing.
* The multifunction panel layout, with the hide feature, is extremely innovative and can be useful. (As great as it is, there is a drawback.)
* The routing is super-smart and adaptive. It routes me differently to and from work and it is on the money. Garmin uses 1 route all the time, and it isn't even a good one.
* Bluetooth sync worked well. Talking is usually nice.
* Physical buttons for zoom and volume are convenient. (But are easy to hit accidentally)
* The lane assistance and junction view are far superior to the Garmin offerings.
* While on phone, it doesn't bark direction. It never announces a re-route, it just does it.
* Offers multiple routes in fast fashion.
* Voice commands work very nicely, but this hasn't been explored too deeply.
* The MotoExtras have little to no value to me.
* BING is free, but basically of no use. More trouble than it's worth.
* I see no value in Google search or weather service, especially since each uses your phone to call the internet. Built in POI's work better.
* Text messages don't work for my Blackberry Tour, but all else does, for the most part.
* Touchscreen could be more sensitive. Sometimes hard to hit small targets when driving.
* Panel navigation is hard, print sometimes small. Should be able to activate and cycle panels with a physical button.Read more ›
Sold the SUV with the built-in Nav system and did not want to spend $1600 for bulit-in on the new car. Went for this unit after a lot of research. The best screen I've seen on a portable: great size, sharp colors, great text on nearby roads. Unit was easy to set up, & it is easy to type in destinations. Voice commands are problematic: any noise such as wind causes confusion. Having my cell phone via the Nav system is ok, but causes me to strech to get at commands such as mute. I'd rather have it linked to the car's bluetooth, but then I can't get the functions which rely of a cell connection.
Unit uses Navteq maps, so similar to many other units. However, the software seems to be better than other similiar models, and voice commands have more detail.
My dash is deep, so I usually have to dismount the unit to input complex addresses. Since there are many command buttons all around the unit, and because of the design of the cradel, dismounting is often awkward, with the unit either ending up on the floor, or several commands are triggered. I would also like to have a wall charger rather than having to use the USB charger hooked to my PC.
But, the pros outweight the cons for this $300 unit, so I would recommend it for all but the experts who have more demands than I do.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Map there are no map updates past 2009 I love the features and the Bluetooth connectivityPublished 15 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Not happy! The product was defective and had to make a claim to get a refund. Not recommending this this company to anyone.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Worked for a couple of months & then went downwards after thatPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Looks nice, lots of features, gotta get use to navigating through menus, maps kinda off compared to GarminPublished 16 months ago by T Dot