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Mio Moov S500

Mio Moov S556

Dual XNAV43HD

Garmin Zumo 660

Garmin Nuvi 885T

TomTom GO 740 Live

The Mio Moov S500 features a large 4.7-inch touch screen and includes Mio's new Spirit navigation software. Other features include text-to-speech functionality, travel books, and real-time traffic alerts.
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The Mio Moov S556 is one of four new PNDs introduced by Mio Technology. The S556 sports a 4.7-inch touch screen and offers 3D junction view, text-to-speech, and integrated Bluetooth.
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The Dual XNAV43HD is unlike any other GPS current in the U.S. market in that it offers built-in HD Radio technology, bringing live traffic updates right to your screen.
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Garmin introduced the Garmin Zumo 660 at CES 2009, a GPS designed for bikers by bikers. It's one of the few motorcycle-specific portable navigation devices available on the market.
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Garmin expanded its Nuvi line of GPS devices with the introduction of the Garmin Nuvi 885T. The high-end Nuvi 885T adds lane assistance with junction view and enhanced MSN Direct services.
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GPS manufacturer TomTom introduced its newest portable navigation device, the TomTom GO 740 Live. The GO 740 Live is a connected GPS using a built-in SIM card and GPRS modem, so you'll get more up-to-date information delivered to your PND right over the air.
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