NDrive promotes its NDrive G800 satnav as the next step for navigation - and it certainly has potential.
The NDrive G800's rubberised matte black casing is attractive, its 4.3in touchscreen generous (again, if now rather standard) and a well-placed stylus makes using the software keyboard a cinch. It follows, then, that the NDrive's car cradle and mount are sturdy, well designed and unobstructive.
Neither could we fault the NDrive G800 on the road: instruction was given in plenty of time by the very helpful Mary - who was more than capable of quickly recalculating our route as we duly ignored her. We were able to navigate to our home address, chosen POI, recent or favourite location - and set our own speed limit in doing so. (The NDrive isn't capable of altering UK law for our driving pleasure, of course, but it will sound an alarm as you exceed a chosen speed - the maximum of which is, ahem, 100MPH.)
We were also pleased with how quickly the NDrive G800 picked up a satellite, even from a cold start or indoors.