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MIO MOOV M400

alaTest has collected and analyzed 210 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the performance and value for money. The reliability and screen are also appreciated, but opinions are divided on the route planning. There are some negative reviews about the build quality.

usability, screen, reliability, value for money, performance

build quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the MIO MOOV M400 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for MIO MOOV M400

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 user reviews of MIO MOOV M400 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.9/5 for other GPS on Amazon.com.

usability, screen

performance

67% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Mio Moov M400 4.3" GPS Navigation System

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Mio Moov M400

 

It's no secret that GPS prices have fallen tremendously in the past year. Most come in at under $300; and there are plenty of capable models available for less than $200, and that's not even counting the year-or-two-old models that have been discounted...

Very affordable for a device with a 4.3-inch screen and text-to-voice conversion. Accurate directions

Cluttered, sluggish UI. Limited, difficult-to-search POI database. No real-time traffic, lane-assist feature, or speed limit postings

The Moov M400 will appeal to many given its rock-bottom price, but Mio cuts too many corners along the way, and delivers a GPS that's difficult to use.

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GPS Review: Mio Moov M400

 

The Mio Moov M400 is priced at less than $100. What can you get in a GPS at this price? Just enough.

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Mio Navman M400 Sat-Nav

 

If you're after a functional budget sat-nav for European travel, or even just everyday use, the M400 is a bargain.

The Mio Navman M400 is no feature-rich powerhouse. In fact, apart from the free search facilities for addresses and POIs, it's actually a bit behind some of its competitors in this respect. But then there's the price. We were particularly impressed by...

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Mio Navman M400

 

The Mio Navman M400 satnav wants to stamp out all those myths about pricey GPS units. It's a fully fledged, 4.3-inch PND with European maps that comes in under a hundred quid, but does it lose anything essential shaving off the cost?

The price – for £99.99, the Mio Navman 400 offers European maps as standard and is a competent unit for this price. There's also extra-frills software such as picture tagging – you can take photos submitted by others from the Mio NavPix website, or...

The build is somewhat mediocre – the windscreen clamp does not fold down, making it cumbersome to carry around. But the major letdown is the software and mapping layout. What good are all those tagged photos when the core direction features aren't up...

If you're not planning on crossing the channel in your car, you might be better off opting for a cheaper TomTom One, but if you know you'll be driving in Europe, you'll find the included maps still make this a bargain.

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Mio Navman M400

 

The Mio Navman M400 satnav wants to stamp out all those myths about the price of GPS once and for all. It's a fully fledged, 4.3-inch PND with European maps that comes in under a hundred bones, but does it lose anything essential shaving off the cost?...

Cheap, European maps as standard

Mediocre build, Mio's mapping is flawed

The Mio Navman M400's picture tagging skills don't make up for an otherwise last-gen satnav - unless you need to go abroad

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Mio Navman M400

 

The Mio Navman M400 satnav wants to stamp out all those myths about pricey GPS units. It's a fully fledged, 4.3-inch PND with European maps that comes in under a hundred quid, but does it lose anything essential shaving off the cost? The good The price...

If you're not planning on crossing the channel in your car, you might be better off opting for a cheaper TomTom One, but if you know you'll be driving in Europe, you'll find the included maps still make this a bargain. Mio Navman M400 is tagged with...

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Good unit.

 

Will be using this mostly for trips, in and out of state. Pros is very accurate when using NavPix. Found a picture of a lake I use all the time and downloaded it to my Mio from the included software. Just clicked on the picture (geo tagged) then the...

Acquires Satellites Quickly, Compact, Easy Menus, Easy To Read, Easy To Set Up, Large Screen, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls

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Excellent GPS for price!

 

This GPS is fantastic, I saw someone complain about the 15% restocking fee. You don't need to worry about that if you don't need to return it because its fantastic. Everywhere has that restocking fee and its senseless to rate the product poorly because...

Acquires Satellites Quickly, Easy Menus, Easy To Read, Easy To Set Up, Large Screen, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls

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Can't be beat for the price

 

Not very good instructions for use. Learned by trial and error. So far I am very pleased with it.

Acquires Satellites Quickly, Compact, Easy Menus, Easy To Read, Reliable Performance, Simple Controls

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Spend the extra $

 

This product led me on a wild goose chase throughout Texas..had an easier time just using my senses. Spend the extra money on something better.

Inaccurate

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