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Nokia 500 4.3-Inch Bluetooth Portable GPS Navigator

by Nokia

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  • Stay on course with turn-by-turn voice guidance combining Nokia Maps
  • Get a clear view with the intuitive Nokia interface, large 4.3" touch screen
  • Communicate with excellent Bluetooth handsfree functionality, and digital signal processing (DSP)
  • Download your own phonebook, voice dial, and manage your calls from a compatible device.
  • Take time out from your travel to enjoy music, movies, and photos with memory cards up to 16 GB
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions9 x 4.1 x 7.8 inches
Item model number02702Z1
Display Size4.3 inches
  
Additional Information
ASINB0017V83AK
Best Sellers Rank #153,345 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 15, 2005
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Nokia
  • Model: 02702Z1
  • Display Size: 4.3 inches
  • Bluetooth support: Y

Product Description

Navigate on course and in touch with a great travelling companion offering a clear view, turn-by-turn instructions, handsfree calls, and in-car entertainment. Stay on course with turn-by-turn voice guidance combining Nokia Maps, an internal SiRF Star III GPS receiver, and integrated real-time traffic information in selected countries. Get a clear view with the intuitive Nokia interface, large 4.3" touch screen, 2D/3D maps, plus visual exit numbers and sign posts. Communicate with excellent Bluetooth handsfree functionality, and digital signal processing (DSP) for echo cancellation and noise reduction. Download your own phonebook, voice dial, and manage your calls from a compatible device. Take time out from your travel to enjoy music, movies, and photos with memory cards up to 16 GB. Or, listen to your tunes through your car stereo with the integrated FM transmitter.

Customer Reviews

Easy to use interface.
A. Bhardwaj
The FM transmitter works with music and videos stored on your SD card as well as the navigation voices.
Fishing Fool
I could not find a way to change the screen display mode.
Inno Kitchen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Fishing Fool on December 8, 2008
UPDATES:

I've updated the review dealing with the FM transmitter's signal quality as well as the clock being reset when using the bottom power switch and dialing from the unit when using BT speakerphone.

I recently purchased mine from another online vendor. This will be a long and fairly detailed review and in it I will clarify some issues that some people are having.

Powering up from standby works both under battery power mode or charging mode. All you need to do is hold down the top power button for about 2-3 seconds and let it go. To put it back into standby hold the top power button for the same amount of time. For everyday use, the top power button is very convenient and allows faster boot ups than using the bottom power switch which requires a pointed device to switch it on/off. Make note that if/when you use the BOTTOM power switch make sure you do not power off when the unit is in standby as it will reset the clock. Only power off when the unit is on and out of standby. This is only an issue with the BOTTOM power switch.

BT pairing only works on some phones not all phones...duh. There are different versions of BT as well as different BT profiles support so don't expect every phone to work with this Nokia 500. My LG CU500 pairs fine and the speaker phone works great, loud and clear. My contacts however would not upload since my phone does not support Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP) so I have to initiate calls using my handset's phonebook. You could direct dial calls using the touchpad if you already know the phone number. You could also save 9 speedial numbers into the "favorites". When receiving calls I can answer using the Nokia via the touchscreen. The BT speaker phone can use the built-in speaker or your car stereo via the FM transmitter.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Glenn D. Strouse on December 19, 2008
I purchased this gps from another vendor for $99.99. Great price for the features, which include 4.3" screen, Text to speech, Blue Tooth, and FM transmitter. For the price, you just can't beat this. There are two short falls for this. One, is the way in which you enter the address. If comparing to a garmin, this gps requires more information. Here's the thing. If you're entering an address for a rural area. You have the option of entering a zip code. You dont' need to. But you may find out that it cannot find the street name for the give city you'v entered. So, you have the option of going back and entering a zip code. But really, how many people will know the zip code of an area other than their own home address. But, once you enter the zip code for a rural area, it then breaks down the zip into a smaller area per zip. So in my case, when looking for my home address, I needed to konw the township of the zip code that I was interested in. Now really, who would know that? This is the biggest flaw for this device. I don't see this as an issue for a city zip, but the rural areas, yes. Once it's found the address, no problem this thing works great. One last issue. There is the ability to zoom out on the map. But there is a bug in the firmware in that if you hit the zoom button too fast, it will zoom all the way out to the world view of the map. Then you cannot get back to your local view unless you end your navigation, and then start over. This is not a problem, you just end the current navigation, then start again and you can choose recently found and then you're done. But it it an annoyance. For those that found the FM to be a problem, I think the issue is that it uses the dc power cord for part of the antenna.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Hirschfeld on January 1, 2009
I bought this for my wife for Christmas and I was a little worried based on the reviews but figured I would give it a shot. We used this last night for the first time and WOW. First I want to deal with the negatives that people talk about.
Cons:
1. The keyboard: It is an alphabetical keyboard but it autosearches for you as you go so you don't even have to type a whole address.
2. Fm Transmitter: Ok so it does turn off after one minute but really unless you are listening to music on it while your driving you don't need it and then it would stay on because you are using it.
3. Bluetooth: The bluetooth works great with the built in speaker and mic.

Pros:
I don't know where to begin because this GPS is great. Honestly if I could find another one for the price I paid for this one I would buy it in a second.
1. Directions are dead on. It even names the ally way between my house and the ones behind me. I didn't even know they had names.
2. Has an auto search function that looks up where you are going before you finish typing.
3. Display is bright and easy to use. I have large fingers and the touch screen worked fantastic.
4. POI's fairly up to date but they all have some measure of old to them. Found everything I was looking for.
5. Bluetooth easy to hear and be heard on, so I've been told.
6. Ease of use. I didn't even read the manual and figured it out. Some people said it is hard to use but they probably can't even use the tv remote. All settings are easy to follow, menus are self explainitory.

I don't know what else to say unless you are a electronics lemon you will be able to use this and love it.
But it now.
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