Uniden's iGO500 is pretty cheap these days, but that's because it's been on the market for a long time, and it shows when compared to more full-feature standalone GPS units. At this point, the performance difference between the iGO500 and a smartphone GPS is negligible, but the smartphone will have better apps.
The Uniden BTHS800 delivers decent in-call audio, but lacks designer flair and carries a hefty ticket price.
Typical price: $109.95
It tries to pack a few too many features on to the one button, but otherwise the BTSC1500 makes for a good in-car companion.
Typical price: $119.95
Uniden's DECT1580 series of phones will appeal to those looking for a relatively no-frills, inexpensive DECT 6.0 cordless phone.
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The Trax 5000 is not without its faults, but its size and legibility make a compelling case.
Typical price: $350.00
Portable projectors are a solution without a problem, and the Uniden ULP 1000 is an expensive solution at that. It projects a sharp, colourful image but lacks a range of much-needed connectivity options.
Typical price: $599.00
Uniden's charging solution couldn't be easier to use, but a full kit is rather costly.
Typical price: $149.95
The Trax 350 is a budget-level GPS with good performance. It won't truly excite you, but it gets the job done.
Typical price: $247.00
The UDC-7M is an entry level snapshooter that offers ease of use and long battery life for a low price but is let down by sub-par photo quality.
Typical price: $399.00
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