Updating navigon 7200t
You can configure the 7210 to provide more tolerance depending on the area – such as 5mph in built-up areas and 10mph when buildings are not nearby.
A novel addition is the Curve Warner, which lets you know of sharp bends on the route as you approach them.
So Navigon has a close relationship with one of the two main suppliers of sat-nav mapping.
The 7210 takes advantage of this, including maps for 40 European countries.
If you’re Navigon, and the PND is the 7200T, you stuff it full of real-time updates, 3D visualizations and incredibly detailed mapping, together with a vast touchscreen and slick design.
Does the Navigon 7200T stand out or get lost in the crowd? The feature list is long, in fact the only significant thing missing from the 7200T is a mobile data connection for updates.
A code is included in the box giving you a 24-month subscription to Navigon’s Fresh Maps service for just £15, which is a bargain compared to other manufacturers.
Navigon have certainly used the 4.3-inch display to its best advantage.Speaking of traffic, the 7210 also has a built-in RDS-TMC receiver, with the FM aerial subtly concealed in the car charger cable.So this doesn’t work without the cable plugged in, although the same is true of most sat-navs offering traffic updates apart from Tom Tom’s new LIVE devices.The text-to-speech road names were also surprisingly accurate, with some of the stranger names still being correctly pronounced.As well as an unspecified huge amount of Points of Interest (POIs), the 7200T has Zagat ratings and reviews for restaurants, brand icons overlaid onto the maps, and one-click access to Direct Help which, like on rival systems, shows the nearest hospitals and rescue services together with their contact details.