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ViaMichelin X-930 review

The X-930 is one of the cheapest on the market and, at 134g is fairly light too. Despite this it’s got plenty to offer

The ViaMichelin X-930 is one of the cheapest sat-navs on the market and, with loads of bonus features, it’s a fairly tempting option.

Tiny body disguises the full arsenal

At 134g, it’s fairly light, compact and chock full of goodies. It comes with a comprehensive, POI database, maps of UK and Ireland and speed limit warnings.

All you need to do is plug it in and you’re ready to hit the road with the handsome 320 x240 touchscreen display as your trusty guide.

The X-930’s directions are spot on, although it’s pretty slow to calculate a journey. That, fortunately, is the only bad spot in an otherwise fine gadget for getting from A to B.

Stuff Says…

Score: 4/5