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GPS Navigator by Palm

Though it's expensive, GPS Navigator by PalmOne provides accurate driving directions for Zire 72 and Tungsten T3 handheld owners.

Pioneer AVIC-X920BT

Pioneer's AVIC-X920BT not only addresses the core needs of most people, but also it's software is expandable to bring Internet radio into the car, harnesses your media library, and can help you get where you're going as economically as possible.

TomTom GO 510

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

Pioneer AVIC-F500BT

  • Recommended Use: automotive
  • Features: 2D / 3D map perspective, TMC (Traffic Message Channel) ready, Text-to-Speech (TTS), hands-free calling via Bluetooth

Garmin Nuvi 360

Garmin Nuvi 360

TomTom GO 2535 TM WTE

  • Recommended Use: automotive
  • Features: Advanced Lane Guidance, Emergency Help, IQ Routes technology, TomTom QuickGPSfix, built-in microphone, built-in speaker, hands-free calling via Bluetooth, preinstalled POIs
  • Navigation Software & Services: TomTom HOME

Magellan RoadMate 3065 Commuter

The Magellan RoadMate 3065 is a solid-performing GPS navigator that takes a unique approach to streamlining your commute with its Traffic Wakeup feature.

Navigon 2100 Max

The new Navigon 2100 Max features some nice additions, including a larger screen and advanced lane guidance, but the portable navigation device is still tripped up by sluggish performance.

Magellan Maestro 4250

Despite some minor shortcomings, the Magellan Maestro 4250 is a solid and accurate mid-level portable navigation system with a helpful voice-command feature.

TomTom Go 500

The TomTom Go 500 is an easy to use and exceptionally clever little GPS device for in-car navigation.

Averatec Voya 350

The Averatec Voya 350 offers a nice basic navigation system for an affordable price, but its design and interface need some fine-tuning before it can compete with the big boys.

Garmin nuvi 260

The Garmin Nuvi 260 offers drivers and travelers a more budget-friendly version of the popular portable navigation devices and includes text-to-speech, but we think the price is still slightly high for what you get.

Mio 269

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

TeleNav Shotgun

The TeleNav Shotgun's Internet connectivity brings dynamic content to the driver, but the functionality is a bit limited at this time, and the GPS needs to work out some performance issues before we give it co-pilot duties.

Rand McNally GPS Navigator

The Rand McNally GPS Navigator is a nice portable navigation system for those who love road tripping, but its maps and interface could use refinement.

Sony NV-U84

Sony has positioned the otherwise good NV-U84 GPS device in an odd spot, where it's not as good a value as the models immediately above and below it in the NAV-U lineup.

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