Sony NV U-93T

As a single device in the test field the NV U-93 T a wide screen display with 12.2 cm (4.8-inch). Which is quite light, at night he shows even a little. The large area brings but not more, because rugged-looking the right menu map hidden often important parts of the display.


For position measurement as well as for calculating the route the device needed quite long. He also published the jams in the test after one and a half minutes in the display. Positive: the few operating steps for input or change of destination. Speed traps Sony’s mobile Navigator not warns against a useful function, for it but if the driver exceeds the permissible speed, but also off the can.

Essential deserves more praise the built-in Bluetooth hands-free system. Also positive: The suction cup made of soft rubber fixed the Sony Navi bombproof also on structured surfaces, as on the dashboard. The easy-to-understand, unfortunately a bit scarce manual facilitates the launch. It lacks an internal helper function. Plenty of light and plenty of shade so, when Sony’s navigation help.’

Test conclusion: what you should know

The NV-U93T has a fairly bright 16:9-screen, at night he shows even a little. The large area brings but not more, because rugged-looking the right menu map hidden often important parts of the display. For the determination of the position as well as for calculating the route the device needed quite long. He also published the jams in the test after one and a half minutes in the display. The built-in Bluetooth hands-free system deserves more praise. Also positive: The suction cup made of soft rubber fixed the Sony Navi bombproof also on structured surfaces. Pro cards: 9 neighbouring countries, 27 other European countries order this product at Amazon, easy destination entry good speakerphone contra map update unclear confusing late display jam messages mark of the editorial 2.85 satisfactory (out of 1 reviews) user rating Leaderboard: mobile navigation devices
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