TomTom Navigator 5 Great Britain Reviews
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by - written on 04/11/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
This was the first satellite navigation that I ever owned. I got it on ebay for £100 which I thought was quite a bargain at the time as the full size versions were still selling for £400 or more. It was compatible with Symbian phones and as such worked perfectly with my Nokia N70 and later with the N95. Installation was also fairly straightforward being mostly a case of dragging and dropping files from the cd onto the phone, firstly to run the setup then to copy the maps across. It was uncommon to find phones with integrated GPS at the time but a GPS receiver would only cost £30 and many models shared the same battery as my N70; this meant that I could quickly ... Read the complete review
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