On the more than 1000 kilometers test track, the navigation system from Sony made only a slight error. Fast computation made it, however, not: long long-haul route mapping lame 95 seconds and for city routes around 12 seconds. The voice of the direction prompts sounds slightly distorted, the instructions are often unique. The Sony navigation system does not have a so-called Fahrspurassisten to the early announcement of the right lane.
Functions and operation
The destination entry is somewhat complicated and was sluggish. It is necessary compared to the fastest competitors roughly three times as long to type in an address. The maximum battery life was quite long compared to other Navis 5 hours 45 minutes.
The NV-U71T boasts one of the best representations in comparison to other competitors.The maps were to read just fine. They are graphically well drawn and not include to much or too little information. The display reflected only very low and shone in night mode pleasantly subdued.
37 countries are integrated into the supplied Europe map much more there are very few providers. Unintelligible: The update of map expensive 450 euros and only every 2 years available.
Test conclusion: what you should know
The NV-U71T shined in the test with a very good representation: the road maps were just fine to read. They are graphically well drawn and include details of not too many and not too few. The ad reflected only very low and was pleasantly subdued in night mode. Sovereign: On the kilometres of testing the navigation system from Sony made only a slight error. Fast computation made it, however, not: lame 95 seconds long long-haul route mapping. The target entry is somewhat complicated and was sluggish. The maximum battery life was 5 hours 45 minutes. Thus the device is at the top. ««Order this product at Amazon Pro good map display low reflections pleasant night mode contra slow route calculation input of the destination address rather slow test note of the editorial 2.54 satisfying user rating (out of 2 reviews)» so COMPUTER tests image navigation devices
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