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TomTom Go 2505 M Live

TomTom's proves that standalone GPS devices aren't dead with the announcement of the Go 2505 M Live connected GPS navigator with an innovated new traffic service.

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TomTom Via series

With a thin profile and an integrated EasyPort mount, TomTom's new Via series should be very portable.

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Spot Connect satellite messaging system

When paired with an iOS device, the Spot Connect increases or, in the case of the iPod Touch, adds GPS reception and location awareness. More importantly, the device adds satellite messaging capabilities to Android and iOS devices.

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Garmin Nuvi 2400 series

Not one to be left out of the pre-show reveals, Garmin has announced the new Nuvi 2400 series. These new models feature Garmin's new software package and 5-inch touch screens.

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Garmin GTU 10

Users can track the location of the Garmin GTU 10 (as well as the important objects, pets, or people and objects to which it can be attached) using an online service or a smartphone app.

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Garmin StreetPilot app for iPhone

With GPS-enabled smartphones gaining more ground on discrete GPS devices daily, Garmin hedges its bets with the announcement of a new StreetPilot app for iPhone devices.

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