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cityXplorer disappointed are always cheaper in the test navigation devices. Motorists can now access many features, which make the ride easier. The online Department store reveals how it is ordered, however, to the electronic directions for pedestrians. For people who are traveling on foot in the city, it is to cross anything out of the ordinary, parks or passages. These shortcuts save time and are usually better than the tracks right next to the main roads. major drawback is it if a navigation software that is advertised explicitly for pedestrians has not this way. The program Garmin cityXplorer on this point was negative in an investigation of the Stiftung Warentest.

In addition, the experts noted that the use of public transport is only partly supported by the software. Many bus lines and switching facilities were not displayed. Long and mostly unnecessary detours on foot are the result. Furthermore, the user must to be drawn, that the unit when calculating complex ways even crashes. The software is quite cheap to purchase with a price of 8.99 euros. It includes at least 38 European and 34 North American cities. Therefore, at least the price-performance ratio is maintained. Customers should keep their expectations fairly low regarding the navigation however. More information: press / contact: Lisa Neumann University first media GmbH barefoot streets 12 04109 Leipzig Tel: + 49/341/49288-240 fax: + 49/341/49288-59