>> Hi I'm Bonnie Chung senior editor at CNET dot com and today we're taking a first look at the Mio DigiWalker C230. This is a very, very basic GPS system that does navigation and that's it, has this really nice compact size and unless it gets too small because it kind of gets lost in your car but it still manages to pack in a three point five touch screen which is pretty standard right now, icons are nice and big, I did find that entering addresses on the on-screen keyboard was a little rough because it's pretty cramped but one nice feature that it does have is text-to-speech functionality so you get actual street names and it's pretty rare for such a entry level device like this so that's really nice. Overall performance was good and start up times were a little inconsistent so that was a little frustrating but it's a good value for two hundred and fifty dollars and if you just want the basics this will do it. I'm Bonnie Chung this is has been the Mio C230. [ music ]
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