As the MY50T is only fitted with a pressure sensitive screen, it’s laggier and more error prone than the darling of the touchscreen crowd, Apple’s iPhone. Unfortunately, this information isn’t used in route calculation; often times, when we ventured off the preferred route, the Navman would guide us back on to a major road via a right turn that doesn’t employ traffic lights. Pros Design, choice between glide or tap UI, included traffic subscription, large display, 3D junction views, lane guidance. Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. This is much faster than having to browse through multiple screens. Also what maps are out there.
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Street names are clear and a small yellow arrow points to each street to minimise confusion. Climb in the driver’s seat for the latest in reviews, advice and picks by our editors.
Voice guidance is clear and comprehensive and the MY50T deals with Australian pronunciation quite well. Improvements have been made and the system can now more accurately determine the difference between a button press and an attempt at scrolling.
To do so, you’ll need to connect the MY50T to your phone via Bluetooth and enable it to use to Internet; you’ll need to ensure your phone is on Navman’s list of compatible phones. Maybe IGO or similar is better for and offers more modern software. Unfortunately, this information isn’t used in route calculation; often times, when we ventured off the preferred route, the Navman would guide us back on to a major road via a right turn that doesn’t employ traffic lights.
Bookmarks Bookmarks Digg del. School zone warnings are overzealous and always seemed to appear on roads that weren’t even school zones. Overzealous school zone warnings. If Navman had decided to use Bluetooth for hands-free communication, rather than internet searches, we’d be talking about an Editors’ Choice award. Once connected, the MY50T will use a small amount of your monthly data quota to perform searches. Phoneme information included in Navteq’s maps allows the text-to-speech engine to voicea accurately mimic Australian pronunciation for common or popular street names, like Parramatta or Macquarie, but some still slip through the net.
More illegal turns than we’d like. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. Browsing the net shows that the same software is used in other devices.
This presumably is because many traffic restrictions, like no right turns, blocked median strips and the like, have yet to be captured by Navteq into its mapping data.
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Found the fix for the navman. We didn’t notice the extra screen space until we placed it side by side with another Vioces, though.
An annoying trait we’ve discovered in GPS devices fitted with Navteq maps is a peculiar fondness for illegal turns and u-turns. This small mobile printer is exactly what I need for invoicing and other jobs such as sending fellow tradesman details or step-by-step instructions that I can easily print off from my phone or the Web.
October 21, 5: I voicew the exe to MobileNavigator. Traffic performance is passable; on several occasions we ran into delays on roads we can only assume were too minor for Suna to monitor, while in other instances we ran into reported incidents that had already cleared.
Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Any ideas on what the latest version of this program is?
As its name suggests, the MY50T includes traffic messaging as standard — indeed, it’s currently the cheapest available GPS with traffic — with the traffic antenna hidden in the recharging cable.
Despite our best efforts we were unable to establish a data connection on either an Apple iPhone or a Palm Centro. If only one map available it selects it and loads without any errors. Navman S45 Okay I have a navman s45 unit which I want to do the following.
Best Cars See all Kia Telluride. While the screen is no longer flush, it’s now matte, so driving during the daytime is much more pleasant.
Tapping the left edge of the screen brings up a scrollable options menu. In general, it works well, although some screens, such as the route overview, are clearly designed with swipe to scroll in mind.