September 2, 2008

GPSLodge Monthly Round-up August 2008

With the IFA show in Berlin going on the last week in August, the month really woke up with announcements coming from numerous GPS makers. The trade show is set just before the holidays and usually sees introductions that are headed for the shelves to catch some of that holiday cheer. The show saw a Euro only Connected TomTom (740 and 940 LIVE), while Garmin introduced extensions to their Nuvi 200 and 700 series by improving the product offerings and adding lifetime traffic capabilities (no subscription required).

This month I also reviewed the Garmin Oregon 400t handheld GPS after using it for several weeks, as well as the new TomTom ONE 130/130S and 330/330S XL units.

GPS Reviews

Garmin GPS News

TomTom GPS News

Mio GPS News

Navigon GPS

Sony GPS News

Other GPS News

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Posted by Scott Martin at September 2, 2008 6:23 AM

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