Navman S300T review


Navman S300T review


We had already talked about the arrival of top-of-the-line GPS navigation system from Navman, Navman S300T. Today we have a review of the Navman S300T GPS navigation system. Before we share a few ideas from the review, let’s a have a general look at the feature and spec set. First off, S300T has a 4.3″ widescreen like the rest of the Platinum series. It is touchscreen and uses their ‘glide touchscreen’ interface. Some software features include advanced lane guidance, 3D landmarks and junction views, text to speech with an Australian accent, safety alerts for school zones, red light cameras, and mileage reporter.

More high end features on S300T include Live Local search, Live Traffic updates, bluetooth hands free calling with a compatible phone, and FM transmitter.

The reviewer thought having a single button on the device was a good idea just like excluding and useless features such as a digital camera. It was lighweight and slim, and the graphics were well drawn. The 3D views at complicated intersections was quite helpful, but the same can not said about 3D landmarks.

S300T came with lifetime traffic updates provided by SUNA traffic - however it was a bit too cryptic…

(Via NaviGadget.)

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