Navigon Pna Transonic 7000

Navigation  the PNA transonic 7000 navigated fairly reliably in the test. On the COMPUTER screen test tracks it made only slight error in Germany. Abroad, the editorial staff could perform no meaningful tests, because the test device only with a roof map (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) was delivered. The NAVIGON device calculated routes not quite so fast: A long distance was measured in the test only after 40 seconds. It reports via TMC traffic jams. On request, it automatically calculates alternate routes. The direction prompts are pretty quiet, but mostly clear. operation and functions  the input field for destination addresses is
clearly designed and easy to use. The destination address was typed in the test within about 45 seconds. Much faster, it’s only for very few Navis. Only an average value is around 3.5 hours of battery life. Good against: Navigon provides a bike mount. presentation the map display is very clearly one of the best currently in comparison to other navigation systems. The cards are color clearly designed, streets are finely drawn and even at complex intersections, you lose not the overview. Only the strong reflections on the screen tarnish the good overall impression. maps at a unit price of $299 only maps supplied by Germany, Austria and Switzerland. If required, you can reorder a Europe map for 179 euro. An update of the existing maps that every 12 months is possible is just as expensive.

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The PNA transonic 7000 calculated routes not quite so fast: A long distance was measured in the test after 40 seconds. The input field for destination addresses is clearly designed and easy to use. A little slow, the NAVIGON device reacted to typing letters. Only cards are supplied from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Therefore, the testers could not check some international routes. The Navi in the domestic made a slight mistake himself. If required, you can order a map of Europe. Class: The map display is very clear.