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Mio Moov 300

alaTest has collected and analyzed 98 reviews of Mio Moov 300. The average rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other GPS for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the reliability and screen. The performance and price are also mentioned favorably, whereas some have doubts about the route planning and durability.

usability, price, performance, screen, reliability

maps, durability, route planning

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the Mio Moov 300 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Mio Moov 300

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 user reviews of Mio Moov 300 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other GPS on Amazon.com. Views about the size and screen are generally positive. The performance and price are also mentioned favorably, whereas there are some less positive views about the route planning.

usability, price, performance, screen, size

route planning

59% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Mio MOOV 300 4.3-Inch Widescreen GPS

Aug, 2015

Expert review by: (pcmag.com)

Mio Moov 300

 

Mio Moov 300 features a 4.3-inch widescreen window to the world of navigation, which allows for more on-screen information. This device also incorporates text-to-speech functionality to call out actual street names when making turns, to help drivers...

Not yet reviewed by editors.

May, 2008

Expert review by: Scott Martin (gpslodge.com)

Mio Moov 300/310 Full Review

 

I have been testing out the Mio Moov 300/310 for several weeks now driving the highways and byways of the Northeast this spring to check out the latest offering from Mio. The Mio Moov series, including the standard screen 200/210, and the widescreen...

May, 2008
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Expert review by: GPS Lodge (gpslodge.com)

Expert Review

 

The folks at Mio clearly had a big task ahead of them to get a new operating system implemented in their new line of units, and overall I think they pulled a lot of it off well, considering the more value-oriented nature of their market position. At...

May, 2008

Expert review by: Anand Tuliani (tech.firstpost.com)

SatGuide Mio Moov 300

 

With the SatGuide Mio Moov 300 fitted in your car you won't get lost anywhere in India. The device comes preloaded with a map database of over 400 cities in the country on its onboard storage of 1 GB. It's equipped with a 4.3-inch touchscreen and a...

You can access the free map browsing mode from the main menu, which shows you where you are on the map and also allows you to browse the map. Exploring the map is as simple as dragging the map on the screen. The zoom buttons on the top corners of the...

Nov, 2009

Expert review by: Good Gear Guide.au (goodgearguide.com.au)

Entry-level GPS to get you Mooving

 

As an entry-level unit the Moov 300 is a solid GPS device and an ideal choice if you happen to be on a budget. It may lack the bells and whistles of its more expensive counterparts, but it nonetheless provides a reasonable navigational experience.

Design, redesigned map and menu layout, text-to-speech, NavPix

No split-screen map, chunky window mount, delays when typing an address, no Bluetooth, no TMC antenna included

Feb, 2009

Consumer review by: Frac (newegg.com)

It's what GPD is all about

 

It comes with everything you need, mounting hardware and car adaptor. for what i paid and what i got I am glad my wife said " do we need it to play mp3's","do we need it to play games", "do we need it to play videos or show pictures?" the answer is...

Big Screen, excellent display options, clear voice, spoken street names. so far it only hasn't been able to locat a funeral home. Maybe funeral homes were an over site in the POI? not a big deal. No stupid toys. What do you need mp3's, pictures or...

first time it tryed to get a satilite signal it took a very scary long time. but never experianced that again. typically it has been less then 2 min.

Jun, 2008

Consumer review by: adamk (newegg.com)

Great little GPS

 

Mio stripped all of the unnecessary bits out (no mp3, video, etc.) and made a very good GPS. Routes calculated are often better than others that I have used. Recalculation is very fast, and it seems to be smarter - if I intentionally pass a turn or...

Says the street names. Very fast start up (after the first time). Thin and stylish. Solid suction cup mount that stays attached to the window. Decent POI index. Nice screen.

Really only two different voices that say the street names - a male and female. And of those, the female is the only one that speaks correctly.

May, 2008

Consumer review by: Buzzb (newegg.com)

Get An IGO Software Based Device Instead!!

 

This is a basic Unit which a high price tag. It should be selling for 99 bucks since its featurless! The LCD is Clean and Sharp tho but that dont make up for the cost. Their older units had fluid on screen maping and routing even with the map zoomed...

Nice Clean Looking LCD qvga and um, What else? SAT signal lock is QUICK 5 seconds or so after a 24hr standby.

Choppy choppy looking mapping even without a route set. Slow to respond to button pushes. Map software ""The System"" is Navman which is horrid and has No features. Can not Use Speedcams or POI alerts even tho they are in the menu, but shaded out. Map...

May, 2008

Consumer review by: Carl (radioshack.com)

Not Too Happy !!!

 

My son gave this to me for Christmas, I had it for a week when it lost the GPS signal, [...]

Short Battery Life

Jan, 2009

Consumer review by: Sad GPS user (radioshack.com)

The Worst GPS

 

I just bought my first GPS and this has been the worst experience of my life. It will not let me enter anything in and it keeps telling me that I am located at an address that is not even located in my town. Plus I did not recieve all of the parts to...

Large Screen

Inaccurate, Not user friendly

Jan, 2009

Product Specifications

Mio Moov 300 features a 4.3-inch widescreen window to the world of navigation, which allows for more on-screen information. The device also incorporates text-to-speech functionality to call out actual street names when making turns, to help drivers keep their eyes on the road. These features, paired with a redesigned interface and more than 3.5 million points of interest - including restaurants, hotels and gas stations - help users find new hot spots in their neighborhoods and beyond, turning everyday driving into a daily adventure.

Battery

Run Time (Up To):2.5hour(s)

Built-in Display

Diagonal Size:4.3"
Diagonal Size (metric):10.9 cm
Resolution:480 x 272

Dimensions & Weight

Depth:0.7in
Height:3.3in
Weight:6.4oz
Width:5.1in

GPS Software

Maps Included:Puerto Rico / USA

GPS System

Connectivity:Hi-Speed USB
Receiver:20 channel
Recommended Use:Automotive
Type:GPS receiver

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Manufacturer:Mio Technology
Model:Moov 300
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Mio
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