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TomTom GO 510

The next-generation TomTom GO 510 brings Bluetooth integration, as well as an improved screen and design.

Apisphere Geomate.jr

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

Garmin Nuvi 1690

Much as we love googling destinations and checking out fuel prices, Australia's first internet-connected GPS navigator demands far too hefty a price premium for its extra features.

TomTom GO 730

  • Recommended Use: automotive
  • Features: 2D / 3D map perspective, IQ Routes technology, TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ready, TomTom Map Share technology, TomTom PLUS ready, built-in FM transmitter, built-in microphone, built-in speaker, hands-free calling via Bluetooth
  • Navigation Software & Services: TomTom HOME

Magellan RoadMate 300

Magellan's RoadMate 300 lacks some of the features found on more expensive vehicle navigation systems, but it's still a solid performer.

Magellan RoadMate 700

We thought Garmin's StreetPilot III was the best vehicle-navigation system, but Magellan's RoadMate 700 has raised the bar.

TomTom GO 2505 TM

The new Go 2405 TM and 2505 TM are among the best GPS devices that TomTom has ever made, packing loads of useful features into a handsome chassis for a pretty good price.

Garmin Nuvi 2300

This 4.3-inch GPS comes with the usual features, like lane guidance, traffic messaging and Bluetooth hands-free, as well as voice recognition and automatic screen orientation.

Editors' Choice
$319.95 MSRP

TomTom GO 740 Live

The TomTom GO 740 Live puts a tremendous amount of information at your fingertips and makes it easy to access and process it all from the driver's seat.

Alpine Blackbird

The Alpine Blackbird is a feature-rich vehicle GPS system and entertainment device all rolled into one sharp-looking package, but it hits a couple of roadblocks with its short battery life and sluggish route calculation.

Magellan RoadMate 9055-LM

The Magellan RoadMate 9055-LM is a great navigator for those who think that size matters, but laggy performance causes it to fall behind much of its smaller competitors.

TomTom One XL

The TomTom One XL offers ease of use, accurate directions, and a spacious touch screen, but you can get more for your money from other portable navigation systems.

Garmin NuLink 1695

  • Recommended Use: automotive
  • Features: Garmin Garage, Garmin Locate, Garmin Lock, Garmin nüLink!, built-in microphone, built-in speaker, calculator, clock, currency converter, custom POIs, downloadable POIs

Magellan Premium Car Kit for iPhone or iPod Touch

The Magellan Premium Car Kit adds GPS capability to the iPod Touch, making the media player useful for navigation, but the kit's high price tag somewhat limits its value to iPhone users.


Lifetracker is an Australian personal tracking device that allows dementia sufferers a high degree of freedom, whilst allowing their carers to know exactly where they are at any given moment.

Uniden IGO500

Uniden's iGO500 is pretty cheap these days, but that's because it's been on the market for a long time, and it shows when compared to more full-feature standalone GPS units. At this point, the performance difference between the iGO500 and a smartphone GPS is negligible, but the smartphone will have better apps.

Garmin Nuvi 250W

  • Recommended Use: automotive
  • Features: 2D / 3D map perspective, Garmin Lock, built-in speaker, calculator, clock, custom POIs, preinstalled POIs
  • Navigation Software & Services: MapSource City Navigator NT, NAVTEQ ON BOARD
Editors' Choice
$799.95 MSRP

TomTom GO

The TomTom GO in-car navigator is one of the coolest portable vehicle GPS systems we've seen to date.

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