TeleNav Shotgun

alaTest a collecté et analysé 9 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit TeleNav Shotgun. La note moyenne du produit est 2.9 sur 5, tandis que les autres GPS ont une note moyenne de 4.0 sur 5. De nombreux avis apprécient les cartes. Le design impressionne, mais de nombreux avis sont moins positifs sur le routage.

design, cartes, qualité de construction, fiabilité

performance, utilisabilité, routage

Après analyse des notes de consommateurs et d'experts, de l'âge du produit ainsi que d'autres facteurs, et comparé aux autres GPS, le TeleNav Shotgun obtient un alaScore™ de 78/100 = Bien.

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Avis d'expert par : Bonnie Cha (cnet.com)

TeleNav Shotgun review

 

TeleNav Shotgun

The TeleNav Shotgun offers Internet connectivity via cellular network to provide real-time traffic data, current maps, current gas prices, and more. The GPS features a slim design, bright touch-screen, and text-to-speech functionality.

The Shotgun was slow with route recalculations, and satellite acquisition also took some time. The TeleNav Connected Service is a bit limited at this time, and search results don't always make sense.

The TeleNav Shotgun's Internet connectivity brings dynamic content to the driver, but the functionality is a bit limited at this time, and the GPS needs to work out some performance issues before we give it co-pilot duties.

Nov. 2008

Avis d'expert par : Craig Ellison (pcmag.com)

TeleNav Shotgun

 

With its built-in cellular radio, this GPS device offers live traffic and fuel prices, but it could do so much more.

Route-based live traffic (with subscription). Live fuel pricing. Online trip planning. Built-in 11-million-entry POI database.

Lacks many of the features found in competing non-connected devices, such as lane preview, reality view, and multisegment routing.

The Drive To menu also has all of the standard destination options you'd expect. You can create a route to an address, an intersection, a business, a city, or a recent place, or you can choose from your saved favorites. You can even map to airports by...

Nov. 2008

Avis d'expert par : Troy Dreier (laptopmag.com)

TeleNav Shotgun

 

The cell phone GPS leader's first attempt at hardware and Internet-connected traffic is a bit scattershot.

11 million points of interest ; Subscription provides traffic data, network searches, and gas prices ; Smooth rerouting around traffic incidents ; Can send addresses to device via Web

Poor-quality subscription traffic data ; Difficult to view area traffic conditions ; Constantly blinking blue connection indicator light

The ’99 TeleNav Shotgun is an interesting effort to provide business travelers with current traffic data, but it falls far short of being a useful driving accessory. We like the Web-based send-to-car feature and the vast POI count compared with other...

Nov. 2008

Avis d'expert par : Vincent Nguyen (slashgear.com)

Telenav Shotgun PND Review

 

Telenav just announced the Shotgun, a new Internet-connected personal GPS navigation device (PND). The Shotgun is the company's first two-way PND taking advantage of cellular networks to provide real-time traffic alerts, Internet content such as maps...

Nov. 2008

Avis d'expert par : Adam (techreviews.tv)

TeleNav Shotgun Connected GPS

 

TeleNav is sure trying hard to make an impression with their Shotgun GPS. The main attraction here is the internet connection and getting constant updates, such as where can I find the cheapest gas nearby..etc. It's pricy and it's missing …

Août 2009

Avis d'expert par : Wayne Schulz (geardiary.com)

Telenav Shotgun is an all-in-one Internet connected GPS for business travelers

 

The following is a review submitted by Nan Palmero – Chief Inspiration Officer at SalesBy5. Telenav, as most of you may know, is the software behind many of the branded GPS applications found on AT&T Navigator and Sprint Navigation. The Telenav Shotgun...

Mars 2009

Avis d'expert par : Scott Martin (gpslodge.com)

TeleNav Shotgun Connected GPS Full Review

 

The TeleNav Shotgun is a the latest internet connected GPS that adds a lot of capabilities to the standard GPS by having a realtime full data connection to the internet over the cellular network. The Shotgun has internet search functions for Points of...

Mars 2009

Avis d'expert par : Fletch (gpsmagazine.com)

TeleNav Shotgun Review

 

TeleNav is already an established leader in cell phone based GPS navigation software, and now the company is releasing its first standalone GPS, the Shotgun. Aimed squarely at business travelers, the Shotgun offers up Internet-connected features aimed...

Has Some Neat Business Traveler Friendly Features, But Falls Short On Basic GPS Functionality and Ease of Use. Costly Subscription Fees.

Fév. 2009

Avis d'expert par : JG Mason (gadgetell.com)

Gadgetell Review: TeleNav Shotgun

 

Gadgetell Quick Review: What is it? The TeleNav Shotgun is the first stand alone GPS unit from TeleNav, known for their on-phone GPS Pros: Connected search, superior POI, smart traffic updates, beautiful screen, Best mounting I've seen in some time,...

If any box was going to do it, it was this one. While the Shotgun works as well as (if not better) than my cell phone version, I still like having it on my phone. Natesh Sood (Gadgetell’s GPS expert) tells me I am an odd duck for this line of...

Nov. 2008