AnswerID: 485428 Submitted: Thursday, May 10, 2012 at 09:10
Before I start I'll admit that I run a non-Hema cheap and nasty Chinese unit that runs IGO and OziExplorer
but that's not what this post is about. It is about IGO and OxiExplorer.
The Hema Navigator should be good both in the city and on the open road.
IGO is fine as city navigator. In my opinion, it is up there with Tom Tom and Garmin. (As I've never used Navman, I can't comment on it).
comes into its own on the open road depending on the quality of maps you load and use.
I'm not sure if this is the case with the Hema unit, but what I don't like with my setup is that I can't just flip from IGO to OziExplorer
and back to IGO with the push of a button. I have to close down OziExplorer
to run IGO and vice versa. For that reason, I run one GPS for city/town navigation (Garmin or Tom Tom) and OziExplorer
on my cheap Chinese unit. I'm happy with that setup
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