Road warriors will be thrilled with the mix of a great GPS and a decent smartphone, but its dull design will struggle to catch the eye of the fashion-conscious.
Typical price: $599.00
Garmin-Asus delivers a good GPS experience and smartphone in one. Both hardware and software are a bit flaky, but it's hard to argue with the value in this package.
Typical price: $459.00
The Garmin Nuvifone G60 makes a fine navigator but fails as a smartphone. It's not worth the money.
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What do you get when you yank the phone out of the Garmin Nuvifone? The obvious answer is "just a regular Garmin Nuvi." If that were the case, the new Garmin Nuvi 295W would probably be fairly unremarkable, however this Nuvi has benefited from Garmin's recent dabblings with smartphone technology.
Garmin-Asus showed off its first Google Android device, the Nuvifone A50, at Mobile World Congress 2010, and it doesn't look half bad.
At Mobile World Congress 2010, Bonnie Cha takes a First Look at the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone A50.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress 2010, Garmin-Asus reveals two new Nuvifone models, the Android-powered M10 and the Windows Mobile-based A50.
Plenty of phones have sat-nav features, but the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone A50 is a sat-nav with phone features -- including the Android operating system
With Windows Mobile as its co-pilot, the Garmin-Asus Nuvifone M10 drives into Mobile World Congress 2010, hoping to capture the eye of road warriors. CNET has your First Look here.
Garmin-Asus takes another stab at the smartphone market with its Android-based Nuvifone A50. Check out CNET's hands-on photos.