Pros: A surprising amount of features come packed into the $299 Navigon 2100 max. It speaks street names and shows 3D images of road signs when you're approaching splits and complicated intersections. For an extra charge, you can also add traffic updates, three years of map updates, and Zagat restaurant reviews.
Cons: It's low on the points of interest, delivering "only" 1.6 million. Most GPS units give you 6 million. The cradle is a bit tricky to put together. The font displayed on the screen is too small. The interface is intuitive, but the "buttons" on the touch screen are too small.
Overall: It's a value GPS, but it has the same size screen as the Garmin and TomTom we tested. If you don't want the extras, you don't have to buy them. This keeps the base price low.