VXDIAG NANO vs VCM II, Which better?

Recently, many complained their confusion to buy a diagnostic tool for Ford or Mazda, for there is a full chip high quality VCM II for nearly 180$ (SP177-C) and there is the new VXDIAG VCX NANO for only about 100$. The price difference is ridiculous and sellers claim they both do the same thing.

*similarity:
clone vcm 2 & original vxdiag come with the same software–> thus the same function & vehicle coverage & language support & O/S requirement

*difference:
vcm ii – clone vs. vxdiag – original (different factories–> different brands&firmware–> different price: vxdiag usually cheaper)
different drivers

*detailed similarities and differences – VCM II vs. VXDIAG NANO

Products VCM 2 VXDIAG VCX NANO for 

FORD/ MAZDA

Diagram
Differences Origina or not Clone Original
Price  $180.83 $109
Drivers Drivers are installed when

software installation

Install VXDIAG driver after

software installation

(free download vxdiag driver)

Similarities Software version Ford IDS V98; Mazda IDS V98 (free download IDS 98)
Function Diagnosis and programming (click for detail)
Language English, German, Spanish, Italy, French,  Greece, Finland,

Slovenia, Danmark ,Czechic, Chinese, Vietnam, Turkey,

Thailand, Swedish, Russian, Portuguese,  Poland, Norwegian,

Holand, Korean, Japanese, Indian, Hungary

Vehicle FORD MAZDA from 1996 to 2015
Operating system Windows XP SP3, Win 7
VMware Both support VMware installation
Update FREE, via free download links on webs
WIFI Both support Wi-Fi

In short, VCM II and VXDIAG NANO comes with the same software but different firmware!

 

User feedback:

I have a clone that works. The software is a bit of a hassle to install, but I picked up a cheap laptop on Craigslist to dedicate to the job.

 

Well I am going to chime in with my experiences,
I have 2 clone sets. One is hard wire and the other has the
wireless connection.

 

I recently bought one from this company. I bought the wifi model. I have not played with it much yet and have yet to get the wifi part to work. I was able to get the software loaded and operational. It took a few attempts to get it right. The link is for wifi compatible model but does not include the D-Link wifi modules. It is also needs a firmware update to use the current v97 IDS. If I bought it again, I would not buy the wifi module equipped version.

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