although i'm not a pro -i see well enough--this lens produces excellent,clear& comprehensive pictures--it does what it's supposed to at a reasonable price-i'm not a lens snob so i don't get to whine about the cost of getting good pictures-- the brain does this-not the lens--good value
Re-routes fine. Basically programmed the same as other navigation systems. I guess I was expecting more bang for the buck. Street names that have been updated in RL are not reflected here, or street addys if the streets exist but have been expanded with new addresses. Would wish the volume allowed for LOUDER and also easier touch control in inputting, though it is far crisper in response to use fingernail over soft tissue of fingers for touchscreen application, and that includes the back of the nail or if you have a stylus of some sort. The voice commands doesn't incl what I thought it would, such as verbally requesting a routing to a specific address, nope, you have to input the address the same as less expensive units. What I like about a comprehensive navigation system is showing on the map the cross-streets incl the name, but this one does not do that. Beware also the RT traffic reports, which might be important for a commuter, are thru a monthly subscription.
I recently purchased a Dell Lat E6330 for a very reasonable price. Actually, a good friend of mine bought it for me after we had discussed it. I am somewhat pleased with the performance and operational system Core I5. It is light compact and easy to carry while capable of holding all the data necessary for my teaching classes and web social needs. My only advice to new comers is to upgrade the anti-viral software on the computer while making the purchase or have one installed on it immediately when you get the product. The standard windows defender isn't comprehensive enough in these times of privacy and viral contamination.
These are as near to perfect as you can get. Large, bright lit screens readable from at least 10 feet; large lighted buttons well separated; ridiculously long battery life of handsets; selective blocking of unwanted callers; comprehensive operators manual. Bought one set for 88 year old mother and then for my own home when I saw how good it was. For Mom (electronically disinclined) I set up name IDs of all her kids' land and cell numbers in the directory, so now she can easily see from the display whether the caller is known or not. Using the directory for calling OUT took a long time for her to master. For my own home I purchased two extra handsets which were easy to program to the base unit. A couple a small annoyances - the answering machine does not have an audible alert for new messages, and even answered calls are logged as "missed calls" on all handsets except for the one that took the call. Otherwise, a suburb set.
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