05-10-2009 11:27:59 PM
05-11-2009 04:34:28 AM
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05-11-2009 06:51:50 AM
Have you tried Google maps? Since its free and it will only use Data, you may want to try that if you don't want to get into anything to serious.
I'm too cheap for a data plan.
FWIW - TomTom has appeared to have given up on marketing a PDA product. The last one they created, Navigator 7, was never sold directly but came preinsatalled on some European-carrier versions of some HTC phones. Navigator 6 was the last one marketed as a separate piece of software. But, as a result of this, you can find legitimate, licensed copies of Navigator 6 on eBay for around $25 (I just got one myself). This software sold for $150 when it was released. The maps date to 2007 and there does not appear to be a way to update them but for $25 it's quite a bargain and I can always fall back on Windows Live if I come across addresses that Navigator can't find.
05-11-2009 09:12:57 AM