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Navigon 2100 / 2110

We have collected and analyzed 63 expert reviews and 1211 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 75/100 and users rate it 75/100. The average review date is Nov 21, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 490787 reviews from other GPS. The alaScore™ for this product is 87/100 = Very good. Last update: Dec 12, 2018.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 615 user reviews of Navigon 2100 / 2110 from The average user rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other GPS on People really like the screen and maps. The price and performance also get good opinions. Some have doubts about the reliability.

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This summary is based on the products: Navigon 2100 max 4.3-Inch Portable GPS Navigator with Text-to-Speech, Lifetime Traffic, and 2 Years of FreshMaps (Special Bundle)Navigon 2100 max 4.3-Inch Portable GPS Navigator with Text-to-Speech, Lifetime Traffic, and 2 Years of FreshMaps (Special Bundle)

Dec, 2018

Expert review by : Craig Ellison (

Navigon 2100 MAX


It used to be that 4.3-inch WGVGA-resolution widescreens were reserved for premium GPS devices, with entry-level models getting 3.5-inch, 4:3 screens. Not anymore: The top tier manufacturers now sell value-priced units with bigger, broader displays....

4.3-inch widescreen display. Built-in traffic receiver. Text-to-speech conversion. Multi-segment routing. Helpful Reality View and Lane Assistant features. Optional FreshMaps update service

Slow route calculation. Small POI database. Speed and trip data displayed in small fonts

Navigon's 2100 max entry-level widescreen GPS unit proves that you get what you pay for. While the device does come equipped with some of the same fancy features offered by its higher-end sibling, its effectiveness is hindered by a small POI database...

Aug, 2008

Expert review by : Craig Ellison (

Navigon 2100 max


Navigon's 2100 max is cheap and has some higher-end features, but it's dragged down by lower-end performance.

4.3-inch widescreen display. Built-in traffic receiver. Text-to-speech conversion. Multi-segment routing. Helpful Reality View and Lane Assistant features. Optional FreshMaps update service.

Slow route calculation. Small POI database. Speed and trip data displayed in small fonts.

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Aug, 2008

Expert review by : Bonnie Cha (

Navigon 2100 Max review: Navigon 2100 Max


The new Navigon 2100 Max features some nice additions, including a larger screen and advanced lane guidance, but the portable navigation device is still tripped up by sluggish performance.

Aug, 2008

Expert review by (

Navigon 2100 Max GPS Device


This device will get you where you're going--if you can tolerate its quirks.

Reality View shows roads as they actually look ; Sleek design and nice display

Touch screen can be difficult to use ; Interface isn't intuitive

For additional navigation assistance, you can sign up for Navigon's $79 FreshMaps service, which is good for up to 12 map and POI database updates over three years. For a one-time fee of $99, you can purchase open-ended access to Navigon's...

Jun, 2008

Expert review by : Roger Hibbert (

Review: Navigon The Navigon 2100 Max


If you're climbing Mount Everest, you don't haggle with the Sherpas. If they think they're getting ripped off, they might just ditch you at 19,000...

Midrange features at a flea-market price. The speaker has a good set of lungs and demands to be heard. The unit’s excellent mounting bracket is virtually shake-free

Sluggish response time frustrates and causes double-taps. Obstinate refusal to recognize certain towns even though they show up in auto-fill enrages the most gentle souls

Apr, 2008

Expert review by : Bonnie Cha (

Navigon 2100 review: Navigon 2100


Navigon's line of portable navigation systems seems to follow the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, offering three different flavors with one to hopefully match your tastes and needs. For the gadget hounds and GPS enthusiasts, there's the...

The entry-level Navigon 2100 features a sleek, compact design and has an affordable price tag that includes text-to-speech functionality. The unit has an integrated traffic receiver, so you have the option of adding traffic updates at a later time.

The system is sluggish, and route recalculations weren't efficient. The user interface isn't as intuitive as that of the competition and can be especially confusing for first-time buyers.

Though the affordable price tag and text-to-speech functionality are nice, the Navigon 2100's sluggish performance and roundabout route recalculations are a turnoff; you can get a better entry-level portable navigation device in the Mio C230.

Nov, 2007

Expert review by : Troy Dreier (

Navigon 2100 max


This navigator offers a large screen, reliable directions, and some compelling options.

With its attractive maps and helpful optional features, Navigon has the makings to be one the major GPS players. However, the 2100 max is not quite as good as other sub-$300 navigators like the V7 Nav740 and TomTom One 130S.

May, 2008

Expert review by : Doug Goldring (

Review: Navigon 2100 Max For Those Times When You Know Where You Are Going, But Just Need Some Help Getting There.


Can you folks believe that it is July already?  Here we are deep in the heart of summer vacation season.  You probably have places to go (or come home from) and Navigon aims to get you there and back again.  Their latest GPS, the 2100 Max is the...

Jul, 2008

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NAVIGON 2100 max and NAVIGON 2120 max GPS Personal Navigators Review


NAVIGON is working to build a reputation for affordable yet, top feature packed GPS navigators. It's rapid grab of market share and quick population of bestseller lists since its entry into the personal navigation market nine months ago are evidence...

Jul, 2008

Expert review by : Scott Martin (

Navigon 2100 MAX Full Review


The Navigon 2100 MAX is is a widescreen entry level GPS that adds might to the value end of the Navigon offerings. The GPS market is getting crowded in the value end, as more competitors come to the market, while the big guys continue to innovate in...

Jun, 2008

Product Specifications

Meet the Navigon 2100 max, the GPS device recognized for its ultra-thin, stylish design, 4.3" touchscreen display, and advanced features you won't find anywhere else. Exclusive Reality View displays 3D images and actual road sign text for extra guidance when you need it most. Lane Assistant gives drivers a heads-up about the best lane to drive in relation to the route. Text-to-speech enables spoken directions and street names. DirectHelp pinpoints a user's location and provides instant links to nearby emergency and roadside services. Feature for feature, no other GPS device on the market comes close to matching the Navigon 2100 max.


Run Time (Up To):3.5hour(s)/3hour(s)/4.5hour(s)

Built-in Display

Diagonal Size:3.5"/4.3 / 4.3"/4.3"
Diagonal Size (metric):10.9 cm/8.9 cm
Resolution:320 x 240


Built-in camera: No


Color of product:Black / Grey / White
Form Factor:Fixed

Dimensions & Weight



Aspect Ratio:16:9 / 4:3
Display Diagonal:3.5 / 4.3
Display Resolution:320 x 240
Display size (HxV):2.8 x 2.1 / 3.5 / 3.8 x 2.1 / 4.3
Display size (HxV) (imperial):2.8 x 2.1 / 3.5 / 3.8 x 2.1 / 4.3
Native Aspect Ratio:16:9 / 4:3
Touch screen: Yes

Energy Management

Battery life (max):3 / 3.5
Battery performance:1100 / 1200
Battery Technology:Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

GPS Software

Maps Included:48 United States/Switzerland / Austria / Germany / Liechtenstein/USA

GPS System

GPS Functions / Services:Lane Assistant / Speed Assistant / Reality View/Lane Assistant / Reality View / Speed Assistant/Lane Assistant / Speed Assistant
Recommended Use:Automotive
Speed Camera Warning: Yes
Traffic Services:TMC (Traffic Message Channel)
Type:GPS receiver

GPS Type

Auto: Yes
Aviation: No
Geocaching (GPS stash hunt): No
Marine (chartplotters, sounders): No
Outdoor (hiking, trekking):No / Yes
Sport (fitness, running): No


Model:2100/2100 max
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Navigon/NAVIGON PNA


Map view options:2D, 3D / 3D


Internal memory type:RAM


Points of interest:2000000
Speed limits: Yes
Traffic Message Channel (TMC): Yes


Bluetooth:No / Yes

Other Features

Basemap: Yes
Compatible operating systems:Windows XP \nWindows Vista
GPS receiver:Nemerix / SiRF Star III / SiRFstar III (TMC)
Interface:USB 1.1
Internal memory:64

Ports & interfaces

USB 2.0 ports quantity:1


Battery Capacity:1100 / 1200
Battery life (max):3 / 3.5
Battery Technology:Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)


Processor:Samsung S3C2440
Processor frequency:400
Processor model:Samsung S3C2440


Operating system installed:Windows CE / Windows CE 5.0

System Requirements

Minimum processor:Pentium III 500 MHz / Pentium III, 500 Mhz
Minimum RAM:128
Minimum system requirements:Windows XP/Vista / Windows XP/Vista, Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0.

Technical Details

Color of product:Black / Grey / White
Form Factor:Fixed
Image viewer: Yes
Interface Type:Touch Screen
Night mode: Yes

Weight & Dimensions

Depth:0.709 / 0.736 / 3.04 / 3.09
Height:0.724 / 0.736 / 3.04 / 3.07
Weight:5.64 / 6.28
Width:4.06 / 4.8