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When you're always on the go you need a GPS device with technology that's easy to use. The NAVIGON 5100 has all the features you need to manage your busy life. Plus, it looks great on your dashboard. It's slim — less than an inch thick — and sports an easy-to-read 3.5" touch screen wrapped in an elegant chrome frame.
Navigon 5100 Car GPS Receiver
pros: Nifty 3D display; good POI database
cons: Collection of usability issues; real-time traffic ineffective
Almost sorry I bought it
I bought a refurbished Navigon 5100 a few months ago for a little under $100, mainly for the lifetim... See Full Review
pros: 3D maps Reality view, Automatic speed warnings
cons: Navigation functionality not accurate, very slow in getting satellite signals.
Navigon 5100 Car Gps Receiver
I bought navigon 5100, 2 months back, Can say okay worth for the money. Guides and navigates properl... See Full Review
pros: automatically updates no fees POI feature and Zagats search
cons: touch screen hard to use likes to stick to main roads
Good for the Money
We received the Navigon 5100 for a Christmas present from my mother-in-law. When we first received i... See Full Review
pros: The BT3030 pendant provides good stereo with wireless bluetooth.
cons: The included headsets sound tinny, but are easily replaced.
A Bluetooth Headset I Can Live With.
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pros: Flexibility of wearing styles, High quality audio, fast charge times.
I love this bluetooth headset. The audio quality is great with the included headset and is probably... See Full Review
pros: -The Best FPS on the market -Best value in gaming history
cons: -Some of these have already been released on PC
The Best Bundle In Gaming History... A Must-Buy!
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pros: Light, flat profile, easy to understand interface, loaded with options.
cons: Initial charging is a hassle. Awkward touch-screen. No stylus.
Go Ahead. I Dare You to Get Lost!
Next to Rifle Marksmanship, the two most important skills I learned as a young soldier were dismount... See Full Review
pros: Five great games for the price of one normal game.
cons: Dated graphics in some of the titles, TF2 can lag at times.
The Quality/Quantity Level Has Never Been This High
**Note that this review was originally written for and published on the GameFAQs website.** The Oran... See Full Review
pros: Half Life 2 and Portal! Great deal.
cons: Team Fortress 2...meh.
A Guilt Free Purchase
Half Life 2 has already been the stuff of legend for some time before the Orange Box came out, but t... See Full Review
pros: Solid Gameplay, Interesting Storylines, Fun Multiplayer
cons: Team Fortress is only supported over Xbox Live.
Orange Box is Definitely a Keeper
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|Input Method||Touch Screen|
|Map capabilities||Map cartridges / Data cards|
|Resolutions||320 x 240|
|Display Type||65k Colors LCD Display|
|Included Software/Maps||Europe Maps|
|Trip calculator||Shortest time, Shortest distance, Lane Assist|
|Audible Features||Voice Navigation Instructions|
|PC Interface||USB 1.1|
|Built in memory||64 MB|
|Expansion Slot Type||SD (Secure Digital) Card Slot, MultiMediaCard (MMC) slot|
|Compatible PDA OS||Windows XP|
|Battery Type||Proprietary Li-Ion|