TeleNav Shotgun Internet-connected GPS device (review)

TeleNav branches out from location-based services with a cellular-connected standalone GPS, the TeleNav Shotgun.

TeleNav Shotgun GPS device
Read the full TeleNav Shotgun review. CBS Interactive

The TeleNav Shotgun is an Internet connected portable navigation device that uses the TeleNav Connected Service to offer over-the-air traffic data, map updates, and business listings.

Editor Bonnie Cha took the TeleNav Shotgun for a spin and found that while she enjoyed having fresh data at her fingertips, the utility of being always connected to the Net was a little underutilized. In addition, the core navigation functions needed work, as the device suffered from slow route recalculation and muffled voice prompts.

Read the full TeleNav Shotgun GPS device review.
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