We've selected our Top 5 picks for in-car GPS navigation systems. We will frequently update this lis
While they don't quite measure up performance-wise to some competing models in this price range, the Skullcandy Navigators score points with their eye-catching design and comfortable fit.
The Magellan Roadmate 6230T-LM DashCam combines a fully featured GPS navigator with an always-watching dashboard DVR camera.
Bike routes could be navigated with just a quick glance at LEDs if the Hammerhead bike navigator pulls in enough crowdfunding cash.
New $99 on-ear model has strong design, decent but not great sound.
The GlideTV Navigator strikes a decent balance between ease of use and living room acceptability, but Logitech's diNovo Mini is a better tool for controlling a PC via your HDTV. The Navigator's saving graces are its built-in Mac support and, for those who dislike the Logitech BlackBerry-style keys, a software keyboard. If neither of those features appeals to you, the Logitech device is a better product for couch-based computing.
The Magellan SmartGPS bridges a gap between connected navigation apps and car-friendly GPS hardware with its ability to sync with the cloud and connect to the Web via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but its busy interface could use fewer moving parts.
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The PC Miler 450 is a unique product that offers truckers turn-by-turn directions with a specificity unrivaled by any other GPS we've tested.
TomTom's app for Android is a premium-caliber turn-by-turn app, but it comes at a premium price and lacks critical features that most casual navigators would want.
With powerful and customizable navigation hardware and software, the RightWay 550 is a great GPS device for advanced users. Those looking for an easy-to-use GPS device, however, will probably want to look elsewhere.
As GPS technology improves and manufacturers innovate, we must raise the bar for what counts as an "outstanding" navigator.