NOKIA 6110 Navigator

This the new gadget era with navigator feature. Many people have used this gadget and most of them was enjoy using the  gadget.

My experienced using this gadget. The only setback I encountered was the battery running low very quickly but this was easily remedied by plugging the gadget  into my vehicle’s cigarette lighter via a travel charger. The other annoyance is the devices small screen and lack of mounting brackets, which makes it nearly impossible to view the on-screen map or information, and therefore you have to rely solely on the voice prompts given. It’s a minor complaint but if such a device has any hope of replacing a dedicated GPS unit in the future, then the manufacturers better find a way to incorporate a bigger, brighter screen with the unit as well as a set of mounting brackets for the dashboard or windscreen. The voice prompts are loud and clear thanks to a pair of speakers on the rear of the device and can be heard clearly over my cars sound system.

As a mobile gadget, the 6110 Navigator performs as well as we’ve come to expect from Nokia. When not using the GPS, battery life is quite good, call quality and signal reception is very reliable. A host of standard features like 3G, bluetooth, a memory card slot and a 2MP camera round out the package. The device uses a slide form factor and my only complaint is with the hard plastic keys on the numerical keypad and a tight, flush mounted volume rocker that is nearly impossible to press. Taking the gadget price point into consideration though, you’d be hard pressed to find another device with such a high level of ‘convergence’ that performs as well as the Navigator does.

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