[access-uk] Re: OVI Maps software versus the trekker Breeze, has anyone ever done a comparison?

Alexander,
From my understanding the biggest difference is £550 against 0 
It's getting Ovi Maps to work which seems to be the difference.
Some have managed it, some have not including me.
If you can surely the price differential makes it a no brainer 
Good luck 
Colin 


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Subject: [access-uk] OVI Maps software versus the trekker Breeze, has anyone
ever done a comparison?


Hi all,

I'm looking into getting a piece of equipment, or a software
to aid my mobility, as even though I do have some residual vision, I
sometimes find it hard to locate places in unfamiliar areas, or to work out
where I am in areas I visit infrequently.

As a result of this, I intend to look in to either obtaining
a trekker Breeze, or set up the Ovi Maps program to work on
my Nokia C5, so was wondering if anyone on this list could point me to
somewhere where I could find a comparison between Ovi Maps and the trekker
Breeze.



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