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The Mio Navman 687 satnav marks an interesting turn for the satnav maker. It’s one of the first models to license IQ Routes technology, which roadsters may recognise as a TomTom technology, born and bred. Is it enough to outclass its competitor? And what about those pesky satnav apps on mobiles? Curious, we took it for a spin: read on to find out what we made of it in our Mio Navman 687 review.

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January 20th, 2011

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Satnav & GPS
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The TomTom Go Live 1000 satnav is a hard argument to make in a world full of smartphones with free navigation. Surely dedicated PND prices should be going down, not up? No matter: this gadget has plenty of features that free alternatives can’t hope to match. Read on and find out whether it’s worth the cash for your dash in our TomTom Go Live 1000 review.

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January 22nd, 2010

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Satnav & GPS
Nokia Ovi Maps 3.03

Let’s get this clear from the get go. Nokia Ovi Maps 3.03 is not your average “let’s do some road updates” satnav rejig. No sirree. This is Nokia’s new, all-out assault on Google Maps Navigation, giving you completely free access to its full-on turn-by-turn satnav system. What’s more, it’s had a complete overhaul, making it fresher, cooler and perfect for Nokia’s touchscreen titans. So how does it work in the wild? Read our Nokia Ovi Maps 3.03 review and we’ll reveal all.

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December 3rd, 2009

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Satnav & GPS
PSP Go! Explore review

While the TomTom iPhone app might make the planet’s most lusted after mobile a full-on satnav, what if you want to turn your Sony PSP into a fully fledged PND? Well, that’s where PSP Go! Explore comes in. An add-on for Sony’s handheld, can it replace your regular mapper? Read our full PSP Go! Explore review now and we’ll reveal all.

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November 10th, 2009

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Satnav & GPS
TomTom Start

Don’t know your GPS from your GDP? The TomTom Start satnav aims to hold your hand and ease you in to the world of navigation, with a pared down, easy to use UI, so even those who can’t tell their left from right won’t get lost. But is it worth it when all those fancy LIVE frills are available on better models? Read on and find out in our TomTom Start review.

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November 5th, 2009

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Satnav & GPS
Mio Navman M400

The Mio Navman M400 satnav wants to stamp out all those myths about the price of GPS once and for all. It’s a fully fledged, 4.3-inch PND with European maps that comes in under a hundred bones, but does it lose anything essential shaving off the cost? Read on and find out in our full Mio Navman M400 review.

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October 20th, 2009

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Satnav & GPS
Navigon 7310

TomTom’s new budget mapper, the Start, might be catching gadget fans’ eyes with its fancy colour finishes and its boot sale-esque pricing. But the Navigon 7310 cares not for the cheap end of the market. Nope, this top notch navigation node is all about clever extras, great maps and getting you where you need to be in style. But can it beat its high end rivals? Read our Navigon 7310 review now and we’ll give you the full skinny.

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August 25th, 2009
TomTom XL LIVE

With the TomTom XL LIVE, the Dutch direction maestro’s are trying to combine the best of both worlds. The latest version of TomTom’s widescreen satnav comes with a low-end price, but the high-end, up to the minute live services of the more costly GO range. A jack of all trades for sure, but is it a master of any too? Read our full TomTom XL LIVE IQ Routes Edition review and find out.

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