nokia 500 review

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The Nokia 500 GPS navigation system we mentioned before is already on the market in Europe and today we have review of this gadget for you from yournav.

One of the nice things about Nokia 500 is the sound quality:

…when playing MP3 files, the sound quality of this navigation unit is far above average. We’re also very pleased with the quality of the sound when the built-in FM transmitter is used to play the music or navigational instructions through the car stereo. The software allows the storage of up to five fixed frequencies for the use of the FM transmitter. This prevents constantly having to look for, and tuning to, available frequencies.

Also the hands free bluetooth function which is sometimes sketchy with other brands works without a glitch with the Nokia brand.

Overall Nokia 500 got a really good review:

In general we’re very happy about the way the most important features for this unit have been implemented. The sound quality is excellent, RDS/TMC traffic info performs as expected, hands free phoning works without a glitch and –last but certainly not least- navigating with this unit is really a piece of cake. The GPS fix is stable and very prompt.

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  3. ken Says:

    an excellent gps system, expect to learn how to use it as it does require some self training, canadian users, just remember to use us english and not canadian lang. on setup or you will not have a text to speech function, battery holds up really well!


  4. ken Says:

    on futher notes, i found the maps fairly updated for my city .


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