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Lowrance iWay 350c

The Lowrance iWay 350c delivers solid GPS performance at a reasonable price, and it offers a few cool entertainment features normally found in more expensive models.

May 11, 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 11, 2006

Lowrance iWay 500c

With its big, colorful touch-screen display, its extremely accurate receiver, and its intuitive user interface, the Lowrance iWay 500c takes its rightful place at the head of its class.

July 21, 2005

4.5 stars Editors' rating July 21, 2005

Pricing not available


Lowrance introduces budget-friendly iWay 250c

Lowrance introduces budget-friendly iWay 250c

By July 20, 2006


The mother of all portable nav systems

Lowrance unveils new Lowrance iWay 600c portable nav device with satellite imagery.

By November 2, 2006


Survey says: Garmin GPS No. 1 in consumers' hearts and minds

A study by marketing firm BrandIntel reveals that Garmin is the most discussed and most loved GPS product among consumers.

By November 27, 2007


Harman Kardon enters GPS traffic jam with the Guide + Play GPS-500

Photos of navigation device

By May 1, 2007


Apisphere Geomate.jr

The Geomate.jr sits in a class of its own as a child-friendly and easy-to-use handheld, geocaching device.

May 14, 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating May 14, 2009

Mio 269

Given the Mio 269's inconsistent performance and terrible interface, you can buy a much better GPS device.

August 29, 2005

2 stars Editors' rating August 29, 2005

Pricing not available


Microsoft Streets & Trips 2007

Microsoft Streets & Trips 2007 is a fine mapping program for charting family vacations and business road trips, but it's not easy to use while driving.

October 10, 2006

3 stars Editors' rating October 10, 2006

MSRP: $99.95