Now has never been a better time to buy a GPS navigation device.
Spending less doesn't mean your navigation experience will be an inferior one — aside from giving you turn-by-turn directions, even the cheapest GPS units will allow you to locate points of interest (POIs), save your favourite locations and explore new places. The main differences between a budget GPS unit and a high-end one are generally unnecessary add-ons like Bluetooth hands-free capabilities, live traffic information, MP3 playback and FM transmitters.
We've rounded-up our favourite budget GPS units on the market from Garmin, TomTom, Navman and Navigon.
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The TomTom Start 10 has spoken street names, an EasyPort mount system, IQ Routes technology and now includes advanced lane guidance. Its screen is a little small and entering text requires a firm press, but this GPS is easy to use and functional.
- Review Date:
- 15th Nov., 2010
- Ross Catanzariti
- $ 179.00