Garmin's updated premium Nuvi GPS keeps things simple, and that's a big plus, but its lack of real headline features only makes it a middle ground option for a GPS in 2014.
A highly customisable entry-level GPS which focuses on its core task of navigation but requires a bit of acclimatisation to get the best out of.
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'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.
The Magellan GPS Companion is an affordable but limited GPS solution for Palm handhelds.
The Archos GPS in-car holder is a great way to extend the capabilities of an existing Archos 605 WiFi, but the end result isn't as sophisticated or portable as many standalone systems.