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    HSJWOSA Rimovibile 250-002 250-102 250-202 250-302 250-4 Garmin 010-02038-12 GPS, Schermo 6.95#34; our extended warranty programme, covers part replacements and includes a buyback option in case repair is not possible. Elettronica => GPS, Trova oggetti e accessori => GPS per auto Questo prodotto è compatibile connbsp;. Clicca qui per verificare la compatibilità di questo prodotto con il tuo modello Processore Dual Core e schermo capacitivio HD 6.95" Mappa stradale Europa completa, con grafica 3D e aggiornamenti gratuiti via WiFi Ricevitore multi GNSS (GPS+GALILEO) ad elevata sensibilità con funzione HotFix Vivavoce telefonico Bluetooth e notifiche da Smartphone Servizi Live e infotraffico via Smartphone Descrizione Prodotto Garmin Drive 65 LMT-S Europa Schermo edge-to-edge 6.95", aggiornamenti Wi-Fi, infotraffico Live via Smartphone Leggi di più Non restare bloccato nel traffico. 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Ricerca semplificata, localizzazione più rapida Un campo di ricerca semplifica la localizzazione degli indirizzi e di milioni di POI. In caso di errore nella digitazione, vengono forniti altri risultati di ricerca simili a ciò che hai inserito. Compatibile con la videocamera posteriore Garmin Per una soluzione di navigazione completa, associa il navigatore alla videocamera posteriore wireless BC 30 (venduta separatamente; installazione professionale consigliata). Una volta collegata, puoi visualizzare facilmente veicoli, pedoni e altri ostacoli direttamente sullo schermo del navigatore mentre procedi in retromarcia. 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Non funziona molto bene solo con il riconoscimento vocale per indicare gli indirizzi sbaglia spesso a capire l'indirizzo giusto. Nel complesso come navigatore è tra i migliori con una bella cartografia 3dOttimo GPS molto chiaro e dettagliato, display completo che fornisce informazioni chiare e veloci, collegamento al telefono stabile con notifiche sul traffico nei percorsi , direi che è una ottima scelta molto bello lo schermo ampio che permette una visione senza sforzo durante la guida. Consiglio l’acquisto.L'ho usato da pochi giorni ma ritengo sia molto valido. Gli aggiornamenti su PC o WIFI sono molto frequentiRiconoscimento vocale darei zero stelle, azzecca una parola ogni cento, aggiornamenti mappe gratuiti se uno riesce a farli, si vlocca sempre a metà, perdita di tempo e traffico dati.... Penso che lo restituiscoprodotto già acquistato ed usato in precedenza ma riacquistato per sostituire quello fracassato in un incidente.Considero questo apparecchio come uno dei migliori del mercato con ottimo rapporto prezzo/qualità: ne sono molto soddisfatto.Ottimo navigatore dimensione perfetta per un'autovettura integrazione col cellulare funzionante molto soddisfattosono rimasto deluso in quanto con lo stesso prezzo potevo acquistare un tomtom che in paragone al garmin e completo ,autovelox gratis a vita mentre per il garmin e a pagamento ,la prossima volta valuterò bene prima di acquistareNon ho ancora avuto modo di provarlo approfonditamente, ma mi pare un buon prodotto. La batteria ha una limitata autonomia e a volte richiede di fare delle svolte non consentite; per il resto ha un'ottima ricezione dei satelliti (presi dentro casa).Habe mir vor kurzem dieses aktuelle 7 Zoll Garmin Drive smart 65 MT-S EU zugelegt.Eigentlich bin ich ja seit sehr vielen Jahren ein Garmin-Fan und dieses Gerätist im Laufe der Jahre, neben einigen Garmin-Outdoor-Handgeräten,bereits mein viertes Garmin KFZ-Navi.Funktionen und Ausstattung alles super top und prima,und das wären dann auch volle 5 Sterne von mir gewesen.Denn die für jeden Nutzer individuelle eierlegende Wollmilchsau gibt's eh nicht,schon gar nicht im Bereich der KFZ-Navis.Einzig das ständige nicht abstellbare Ding-Dong,weil sich in einigen 100m das Tempolimit verändert,ist schon sehr nervig.Wenigstens der Ton müsste abschaltbar sein, die optische Einblendung imDisplay stört mich nicht.(Ich meine hier ausdrücklich nicht eine aktuelle Geschwindigkeitsüberschreitung,denn diese akustische Warnung könnte ich ja durch entsprechende Fahrweiseoder Einstellung beeinflussen.)Ich schaue beim Fahren, wie es ja auch mit Navi-Betrieb durchaus üblich ist,hauptsächlich auf die Straße und bemerke die beginnende Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzungdann an den Schildern schon selber, wie jeder andere Autofahrer auch.Ich muss, insbesondere im Stadt- u. Landstraßenverkehr nicht ständig mit diesempausenlosen Gebimmel darauf hingewiesen werden.Das eingeblendete kleine Höchstgeschwindigkeitsschild unten links im Displayreicht mir völlig aus!Das ständige Ding-Dong empfinde ich eher als extrem nervig und ablenkend als hilfreich.Es gibt sicher Nutzer die diese Funktion durchaus gut und vlt. auch hilfreich finden,aber dann sollte man wenigstens den Ton bei einem der nächsten Updates vlt. individuellim Bereich "Fahrerassistent", durch einen weiteren Button, dort abschaltbar machen!Denn das Abstellen des Tones im Bereich "Annäherungsalarm" ist etwas ganz anderesund hilft in diesem Fall nämlich nicht.Diese Funktion ist aber gar nicht der Grund für meine Abwertungvon 5 Sternen auf lediglich 3 Sterne und meine doch deutliche Enttäuschung.Alle meine vorherigen Garmin-KFZ-Navis hatten eine "Aktiv-Halterung"!Als ich ein neues Garmin-KFZ-Navi gesucht habe, habe ich verwundert kein einzigesaktuelles 7"-Model mit Aktiv-Halterung gefunden und mich etwas skeptischfür dieses Drive smart 65 MT-S EU mit Kabel-Ansteckversion entschieden.Zwei kleine Positionierungs-Führungszapfen an den früheren Aktiv-Halterungenund ein perfekt optimal zugänglicher Ver.- u. Entriegelungsknopf, in Verbindung mitGoldkontakten am Gerät, sowie auch an der Aktiv-Halterung,machten das Anbringen und Entfernen zu einem buchstäblichen Sekundenakt-Handgriff.Und die Goldkontakte sorgten jahrelang für eine völlig störungsfreie Funktion,ohne dass ständig in die Kabelbuchse an der Aktiv-Halterung ein.- u. ausgestöpselt werden musste.Ich benutze das Navi beruflich täglich für jeweils mehrere Ziele und lasse ein solch hochwertiges Navinatürlich nicht verführerisch für die Langfinger, im für längere Zeit abgestellten Auto montiert.Jetzt ist es ein echt nerviges Gefrickel das Kabel jedes Mal mehrmals täglich in die Mini-USB-Buchsezu fummeln und wieder zu entfernen.Insbesondere zu dieser derzeit dunklen Jahreszeit im Winter.Und diese starke ständige Beanspruchung der kleinen Mini-USB-Buchse ist der Lebenszeit derselbenganz sicher auch nicht sehr zuträglich.Und ich meine hier nicht ungeschicktes Gefummel, sondern einfach nur Verschleiß durch ständigesEin.- u. Ausstöpseln.Kennt man ja von anderen Geräten mit diesen filigranen USB-Buchsen,wobei an diesen Geräten die Buchsen noch wesentlich seltener benutzt werdenals hier in meinem Fall an diesem Navi...Zudem sind Verriegelung und Entriegelung an der jetzigen Passiv-Halterung durch denwirklich sehr schlecht zugänglichen Entriegelungsknopf in Verbindung mit demvon mir bevorzugten tragbaren Garmin-Standhalter extrem unpraktisch!!Diese sehr schlechten Handling-Umstände beim häufigen Anbringen und Entfernen des Gerätessind schon sehr enttäuschend und veranlassen mich zu dieser lediglich 3 Sterne-Bewertung.Technische Highlights welche eigentlich 5 Sterne von mir verdient hätten,kann man auch durch solche schlechten Handling-Praktiken kaputt machenliebe Garmin Entwickler.Wenn es dieses Gerät, auch für einen Aufpreis, in einer Version mit Aktiv-Halterung geben würde,hätte ich es ganz sicher genommen!!Aber heute muss ja alles kostenoptimal produziert werden, und da hat einezuverlässige, natürlich Mehrkosten verursachende Aktiv-Halterung,wie ich sie an 4 vorherigen Garmin-KFZ-Navis genießen durfte,wohl keine Chance mehr.Und Nutzer wie mich, die für eine Aktiv-Halterung auch bereit sind einen Mehrpreis zu zahlen,sind wahrscheinlich die Ausnahme.Muss heutzutage ja alles einfach nur "günstig" in der Anschaffung sein....Nachhaltigkeit spielt heute wohl kaum noch eine Rolle.Tolle technische und softwaregestützte Features sind nicht alles was ein gutes Gerät ausmacht, Garmin!Let’s get the negatives out of the way....This was horrendous to set up. It’s a pain, and I consider myself very advanced when it comes to tech of all kinds. Getting it to Bluetooth with your phone is a nightmare. Installing, uninstalling and ‘Forget This Device’ presses. The app which you need is pointless. It doesn’t really do anything independently other than allows you to pretype your destination in the app and send it to your sat nav ready for when you get in the car. Pointless really because you’ve got to type a destination somewhere, be that in the app or sat nav itself. The app is sending your info like contacts and calendars and alerts direct to the sat nav so it IS working but it’s something you install and then leave and never touch. Once you’re connected and the sat nav is set up it drops Bluetooth connection every minute or two despite the sat nav being on my lap a couple of feet away from the phone. It’s stupid. Reconnecting should be as simple as pressing Connect but no it has to fail at that too. I was livid!THEN came an update last night which seems to have brought my blood pressure down and prevented me from taking a hammer to it. I have now got both me and the wife set up on it and switching between different users is as easy as clicking the Bluetooth icon at the top of the main screen.If you’re an iPhone user then you can use your voice or fingers to say Hey Garmin then Phone and then who you want to call. You can accept calls too. The volume is reasonable too when in a noisy car with air con on full blast today.You cannot however send text messages. You’d have to use Siri for that, so keep Siri turned on on your phone and simple say Hey Siri send text message to ...(person).You can read texts though. In fact you can get calendar alerts and social media alerts emails and more. Personally I hate the idea of my sat nav going off and distracting me with alerts all the time. It’s not safe. So you can turn off all kinds of specific alerts. For example you can keep text messages active but deactivate emails and Facebook alerts etc.The sat nav screen is great. It’s seven inches wide and super thin like a plasma telly! You can get all kinds of info on this sat nav from tripadvisor feedback right into where is best to park and how much it costs. It’ll tell you petrol prices locally which is great. The voice tells you the street you’re on and turning into rather than simply saying Turn Right etc. And you can view live traffic webcams too. For example if I’m taking a route via the m62 I can scroll through all the m62 cams from Liverpool to Yorkshire and view what the traffic is like there and then. Very nifty! Live weather is also useful and traffic updates too. Everything is included.Oh... when we got this yesterday the screen was dim. So dim you can’t see more than 5% of text. It says to turn up the volume you had to do it with the software on your laptop. This software kept failing to install. Anyway after the update it fixed everything.I was about to send this back because the set up process was unbearable. My advice is get the update downloaded first which takes 2-3 hours and then do all the setting up afterwards with your phones. It also comes with a flat battery so you can’t do anything until it’s had around 20 mins of charging plugged into your laptop for example.So if you can bear the painful set up procedure then you’ll love this. But if you want a sat nav that you can plug in and hey presto you’ve got it all working then this ain’t for you.Being a bit of a Garmin fan, I have had many GPS's over the years. The DriveSmart looks good with large screen, voice and touch control. It comes with a cigarette lighter plug which is fine while on the road, however, if you want to take it outside the car to set up a route for example, the battery life is really disappointing, Also had a few issues picking up satellite coverage when in open spaces.Truly awful and dangerous! Warned me of incident 198km ahead (with no delay) while navigating a busy intersection. Also tried to send us down a railway track. Offered 2 routes across Belgium amp; we took the one avoiding Brussels. Took us right through the very centre of Brussels as it did not know junction had been closed for months. Also completely unaware of roadworks across city to fit new water mains, though they have been ongoing for months. Would love to return but 30 days have passed since purchase while we have toured Europe. Doesn't warn of upcoming tolls, can't re-order waypoints, only allows a single phone number for voice calling, continues to highlight route behind you (very confusing at offramps), I could go on...just avoid. Possibly my worst purchase ever.Beautifully bright and clear display. Very quick to lock on to satellites and be ready for navigation. I have only had it for a short time and haven’t yet had the opportunity to test some of the more obscure features. Basic setup was simple, just work through the menu items and make appropriate choices. For many users no changes will be required and no set up will be necessary. On the down side, it is a Garmin so perhaps not so intuitive for someone steeped in Microsoft and using a Garmin for the first time.Also, being Garmin, the user manual Is a bit lacking. For example, it explains how to customise trip data but completely fails to mention that the trip data items when following a route are different from the trip data when simply viewing the map. To customise the en route version I found it necessary to run a dummy route using the gps simulator. Easy enough but it should be in the manual. There may be a better way that I have not discovered!A plus for some users is that it is compatible with Basecamp so routes can be planned on a PC and downloaded.Wish list items: - Garmin should make available a hardwire kit and a matching live mounting bracket to get rid of the abominable cigarette lighter power plug and trailing wire.All in all I like it!
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