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    #651
    Mga sir,

    I got a tomtom One as present from my uncle, me philipine map ba na pede akong magamit?

    Or kahit map converter from garmin to tomtom?

    Thanks

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    #652
    Quote Originally Posted by blue_gambit View Post
    Mga sir,

    I got a tomtom One as present from my uncle, me philipine map ba na pede akong magamit?

    Or kahit map converter from garmin to tomtom?

    Thanks
    [SIZE=3]I donít think may makukuha kang Philippine map for your tom-tom here, ganyan din problem ko before it was a gift from my sister in the US, what I did is nag hanap ako sa mga relatives naming who using Garmin GPS, luckily I found one, then I send my tom-tom xl 330s and exchange for his Garmin nuvi 200w, which I was using it now. [/SIZE]

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    #653
    Hi all,

    Newbie question here. I'm very much interested in picking up my own GPS unit but cost is an issue.

    I've been seeing a lot of ads on ebay.ph tipidcp.com and sulit.com.ph selling OEM GPS units. The price is quite attractive (4.5k-6k) and packed with additional features (audio & video playback, FM transmitter etc) but these ads seem to focus on the add ons and not on the assistance the driver gets from the GPS directions. Which gets me confused! Are they selling a video player with GPS or a GPS unit with a video player feature?

    My real question is: should I risk my hard earned money on these OEM GPS units? Are they as effective/user friendly as the branded units? Or should I just spend a little bit more for a Garmin/AVT/Vector (branded) model?

    Your inputs would be of much help to my purchase decision! Thank you in advance!

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    #654
    Quote Originally Posted by solq View Post
    Hi all,

    Newbie question here. I'm very much interested in picking up my own GPS unit but cost is an issue.

    I've been seeing a lot of ads on ebay.ph tipidcp.com and sulit.com.ph selling OEM GPS units. The price is quite attractive (4.5k-6k) and packed with additional features (audio & video playback, FM transmitter etc) but these ads seem to focus on the add ons and not on the assistance the driver gets from the GPS directions. Which gets me confused! Are they selling a video player with GPS or a GPS unit with a video player feature?

    My real question is: should I risk my hard earned money on these OEM GPS units? Are they as effective/user friendly as the branded units? Or should I just spend a little bit more for a Garmin/AVT/Vector (branded) model?

    Your inputs would be of much help to my purchase decision! Thank you in advance!

    IMO, better get a Garmin unit... maps from OSM and Roadguide are very much compatible with it.

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    #655
    For those on Android systems, you can try Copilot, Sygic or NDrive

    CoPilot Live (v 8.20.0.368)

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    #656
    Sygic (v11.0.1)

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    #657
    Sygic (v11.0.1)

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    #658
    Hi, I'm looking for a single din hu that has navigation and is expandable. Inputs are truly appreciated. Salamat.

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    #659
    What maps are compatible with AVT units?

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    #660
    Any suggestion on a single din hu with dvd and navigation na pde magamit dito sa Pinas? TIA.

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