Mio’s new V505 and V735 TV represent a minor miracle of technology. Not only do they include Mio's cutting-edge navigation features and travel tools and guides, they are also a fully functioning Digital TV with access to hundreds of free-to-air digital channels. Read more »
The V735 TV boasts a superb 7" widescreen, essential for bigger trips when you want both navigation and TV entertainment to hand*. Yet despite its size, the V735 TV is surprisingly slim and is held firmly in place with a specially designed, multi-angle cradle. With it’s built-in Programme Guide, you can see what’s available to view on all available TV channels up to a week ahead, and the easy-to-use touchscreen menu and remote control gets you to your favourite programmes in seconds, as well as volume and brightness adjustment.
The V735 TV also becomes a full media device enabling you to store and view video and photos, and listen to your favourite MP3 music tracks.
Navigation is powered by Mio’s latest Spirit software and features the all-new TruMap™ views as well as built-in Traffic, while Junction Views and Lane Guidance help give you a safer driving experience. The V735 TV is also brilliant when using Explore Mode on its widescreen. You can really make the most of your travels using the 7" display for both NavPix™ and Wcities Travel Guides that make discovering new places easy and fun.
The V735 TV connects to MioMore™ Desktop, via your PC or laptop, so you can plan and upload destinations direct from Google™ Maps, as well as use Local Search to explore places to visit, eat, stay and shop, wherever you plan to visit.
*The TV and video player feature must not be used in the front of the vehicle while driving or in any way that may distract the driver as this may cause an accident. Please make sure that you comply with this warning. Mio assumes no liability in this regard.
With its wide, flat display, watching Digital TV on the *** is a joy. The auto-tuning is easy to set up, so you can be viewing your favourite shows in seconds. The seven-day EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) lets you know what’s on every available channel up to a week ahead.
Max Power, February 2010
Coup de Coeur
Le Nouvel Observateur, November 2009
Muy Computer, October 2009
Test verdict: Good
SFT, October 2009
Infosat, August 2009
5 out of 5 stars
MobileZeit, July 2009