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Radar Detectors

whats the latest and greatest? and can someone explain how they work and what all the different "bands" are?

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Valentine One

Still the best after all these years. However it would be nice if they upgraded it to incorporate newer and expanded technologies, like GPS and real-time data, so that when a positive radar/laser hit was recorded by a Valentine One user, a national database could be updated and instantaneous warnings dependent upon locale could be issued to VO users via subscription.

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Latest ang greatest! ;)

Escort has come out with the Passport iQ. It is the first radar/laser detector that integrates the latest in police speed detection counter measures and the most up to date high-tech clear voice GPS navigation.

Take a look at http://www.detectorslaser.com/passport_iq.html

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