Written on: 19/03/2008 by david summers
Generally pleased with the product but support and updates could be better and for a longer period. Fairly easy to use and in 2 years I have not been let down once yet. I have used it in the UK, France, Italy and Spain. (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2007 by chrisn7 (2 reviews written)
I was slightly dubious about Mitac Mio C710 as its nothing like as well known as others. It does offer very good value in this version with all Europe maps ready installed, with no cards to lose. It also has TMC installed and this is effective too. The supplied quick start instructions are just that-the full printed versions (2) fill an A4 ring binder file with a whopping 170 pages!
Despite the various shortcomings it does the job and is reliable, but some might find the menu system... (read more)
Written on: 10/03/2007 by Blackaddder (1 review written)
Avoid this product, when it works it is fine, but when it breaks down you can experience the worst customer support you can imagine, and you will have to pay for the privilege to tell them the product does not work. My C710 has been repaired twice in last month and still does not work as it should. (read more)
Written on: 04/01/2007 by amirante (1 review written)
Overall, it is a very good device, and it is small enough to carry in your pocket once outside your car.
The Mitac Mio C710 sat nav system is actually called DigiWalker. It has a lot of functions to explore. Just a few minor setbacks, alternative voices, user defined "quick button". (read more)
Written on: 08/12/2006 by t1scw (2 reviews written)
I also own the older Mio 269+ sat nav, this Mio C710 works well but Mio will not upgrade the maps.
It also has a much nicer female voice instead of American 'Jason' or the supercilious British 'Thomas' (read more)