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Mitac Mio C320

“The Mio C320, is a good workable product, and easy to...”

Written on: 03/12/2009 by Baz 1546 (1 review written)

The Mio C320, is a good workable product, and easy to use. The negative side is, poor life of Battery. After only 10 dialy uses, within the warranty period, the battery failed. Contacted Mio Uk Support. Told by them needed a new battery. In my opinion, this battery should have had a longer useage. The price to repair by Mio, was £80.00 with no compramize, although little used. Mio After Sales Support was, "Take it or Leave it..!". I will never buy another product from MIO. Therefore, if… Read Full Review

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Mitac Mio C320

“The Mitac Mio C320 is my first SatNav, and it seemed a...”

Written on: 29/08/2007 by Ieuanfawr (68 reviews written)

The Mitac Mio C320 is my first SatNav, and it seemed a complete jungle, with devices often being sold on the strength of Bluetooth links or as an iPod substitute. I wanted really good SatNav, and was not really interested in the rest. Despite pressure from friends and colleagues to get a Tom-Tom, I went for the Mitac Mio C320 on the strength reading a series of reviews and comparisons from largely seasoned users and journalists.

This model is just SatNav with an option to store and play MP3s… Read Full Review

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Ieuanfawr's Response to Ieuanfawr's Review

Written on: 15/06/2010

Further to my last review, I too have suffered with poor battery life, now down to maybe 10 minutes maximum.
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<br/>Mio became involved in a dispute over maps, which meant they weren't updated for over two years. When the up date arrived, it was a one way updaye - to a Garmin!
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<br/>I have now installed IGO8 to run off an SD card, which is far superior.
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<br/>Still suffer with poor battery life, but it's OK when powered by the car.

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