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The Navigon 70 Premium Live sat nav isn't happy with just offering a wide range of basic features—it also sports just the kind of online services that we'd expect from a top-of-the-range product. Let's see if it can deliver on its promises ... It might not slide into your pocket very easily—it's almost six inches long and three across—but that form factor allows Navigon to give the 70 Premium Live a large 5'' display (480 x 272 pixel) whose matte surface makes it easy to read. The screen is bright enough, though far from exceptional. The display uses resistive touchscreen technology, meaning you have to press it gently to control the device. It's sensitive enough to register your input with a simple tap. Despite Navigon's attempts to bill the 70 Premium Live as a high-end offering, it does exactly have a top-quality finish. Tough plastic doesn't exactly bring luxury to mind, even if it is well-made. However good it looks, though, the Navigon 70 Premium Live can't hope to rival TomTom's GPS, which are much better in this regard. Alongside 4 GB of internal memory, there's a mini-USB port and a microSD card reader, meaning you can use your own cards.
By DigitalVersus, published 17-02-2011
We've just taken Navigon's latest high-end sat nav out for a spin. The new GPS doesn't just offer to get you from A to B, it also has a lot of...