Uniden iGO50 GPS device

Uniden iGO50 review: This 5in in-car GPS has some interesting features and is quick to operate

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  • Expert Rating

    3.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 249.95 (AUD)

User Reviews:




driving in traffic
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I have had this unit (branded as a "Go Cruise") for 12 months and use it almost every day. The only two problems I have encountered are firstly that it has "locked up" three times needing a reboot and secondly that the posted speed limits are often wrong. I like the route planning/save feature and have stored dozens of future routes and also trip logs. The fuel consumption feature is great too. I use it mainly on my motorcycle and find that it has not been bothered by the vibration at all in over 6000km. I would definitely buy it again, hopefully with included map updates. I also have a Tom Tom but never use it now.

Shannon Dean



It switches on
It won't interface to any computer
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I want to update the maps as the other day the iGO50 told me to turn the wrong way down a one way in Sydney. The map updater program is not supported on the MacBook. I then tried it on XP, it doesn't recognize the device. I later tried it on Windows 7 with the same result. The updating application simply tells me there's no device attached. I cannot find any drivers on the Internet and the uniden.com.au website is particularly useless. There are only two drivers listed, for the 301 and 501 devices. Nothing else!! The only reason I am giving it one star is that is does switch on

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