2007-08-23 Auto-News.de(Germany) Press Release
ThinkNavi UZ 4GB Western Europe

COMPUTER BILD, No. 24/2007
Tested device + 300 EUR

UZ 4 GB Western Europe

Simply turning on the device is not enough. ThinkNavi has an additional shift button on the back side of the device (picture).

‘ThinkNavi UZ 4 GB Western Europe’ has a restrained Bordeaux red metallic case with a loop for a carrying strap. With a screen-diagonal of only 9 cm the small navi from Korea fits into the shirt pocket. If it is activated, different buttons designed in comic style are illuminated, which’s meaning is not immediately developed. Entering of addresses becomes due to the small buttons like fumbling around. Using the included stylus pen makes it easier. Regarding the routing there was less to expose. The TMC traffic alerter worked straight, but did not warn against persons driving on the wrong side of the road. Following the train of thoughts: On highway stages the UZ is showing upcoming roadhouses or – even if only – journey data.

Maps: 7 Neighboring countries, 11 additional European countries
Quick route calculation
Easy input of destination

Badly confusing display
Badly reflecting screen
No additional map material

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