A good, easy to use GPS, with great verbal speed and red light camera warnings which, unfortunately, aren't installed by default.
Typical price: $399.00
Garmin is recalling some 1.25 million Nuvi GPS units worldwide because the battery can overheat and in rare instances lead to a fire hazard. Affected units include the Nuvi 200W, 250W, 260W and 760.
Roughly 1.25 million of Garmin's Nuvi GPS units contain a battery at risk of overheating.
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As per the 260W — an easy to use GPS, with great verbal speed and red light camera warnings which, unfortunately, aren't installed by default — but narrower and AU$100 cheaper.
Typical price: $299.00
So you've decided you're going to get a portable GPS device, but what features should you look out for and which brand is best at what?
School zone, speed and red light camera alerts are now de rigueur on portable GPS navigators. While Garmin's Nuvi range has an excellent alerting system, you need to be the Howard Carter of the internet to find them. We show you how, although we make no guarantees about avoiding Tutankhamun's curse.