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We have collected 1 reviews of the Mio Moov R403. Experts rate Mio Moov R403 6/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Mio Moov R403 and Mio GPS.
The Mio Moov R403 ($130, price as of December 22, 2010) offers value and solid navigation. Mio is owned by Mitac, which also owns Magellan; and at one time Mio was in the top five for GPS market share. Today, you'll find that Mio products are marketed exclusively through RadioShack, and the R403 is the leading model there. The R403 is a basic GPS navigator with a 4.3-inch screen running on Windows CE 5.0. It features TeleAtlas maps for all 50 states plus Puerto Rico, and a database with 4 million points-of-interest from Info Data. The user interface on the R403 isn't quite as polished as what you find on competing models from the Big 3 (Garmin, Magellan, and TomTom), but with a little practice, it becomes fairly natural. A map icon in the lower left corner provides access to the main menu. This consists of three screens with "navigate to" options (My Home, Recents, Favorites, POIs, and Address) as well as a settings icon and popular POI categories. At the center-bottom of the screen, you'll see your current street address along with an estimate of the actual house number. An icon at the lower right corner allows you to switch among a volume-control icon, a battery indicator, and a heading indicator.
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