May 31, 2009

GPS Steals and Deals - 5/31

The Spring starts up the driving season, and it's also Dads and Grads time too. Here are a few of the hotter GPS units on the market that offer a lot of value.

As your budget allows, I recommend features that make a GPS much easier to use: Text to Speech, and a widescreen in that order. Other additions such as Traffic, Bluetooth Handsfree, etc. are definitely nice to have.

Standard Screen Units

  • Garmin Nuvi 270 - $139 - Has US and Western Euro Maps pre-loaded. No Text to Speech, but if you are heading to Europe and need a unit, this is a great deal.

  • Garmin Nuvi 250 - $104 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. No Text to Speech, but is great deal for Garmin quality.

  • Garmin Nuvi 260 - $134 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. Adds Text to Speech.

  • Garmin Nuvi 255 - $149 - Down a bit in the last few weeks - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. Has Text to Speech. Adds new interface that updates the look and feel; significant usability upgrade in my mind. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes.

  • TomTom ONE 130 - $112 this week, North American Maps, and a high quality TomTom Interface. Very easy to use at a low price. Does not have Text to Speech. Upgrade to the TomTom ONE 130-S for Text to speech at $119 - very cheap upgrade for text to speech. Possibly the best value out there for cheap Text to Speech.

Widescreen Units - 4.3-inch or larger

  • Garmin Nuvi 255W - $179 - Text to speech, improved interface, maps of North America. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes. More Info - See my Full Review on the Nuvi 255W.
  • Garmin Nuvi 265WT - $222 - Text to speech, improved interface, maps of North America. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes. Adds free lifetime TMC traffic to the base 255W model features. Very good buy here.

  • Garmin Nuvi 760 - $199 - Down $10 in the last week or so - Thin design with Text to Speech and Maps of North America. Route Optimization - plug in multiple stops and let the unit optimize the route for fastest planning, adds Bluetooth handsfree and built-in TMC traffic. Slightly older interface (still has updated maps though). See My Full Review of the Nuvi 760.
  • Nuvi 205W at Amazon $151 - Entry Level Widescreen - No Text to Speech, Continental US Maps. See My Full Review - Nuvi 205W.

  • TomTom ONE XL 330S - $160 - the new Basic Widescreen for the TomTom line, Maps of North America, new Easy Port fold flat mount, and text to speech. See my Full Review for more information.

  • Garmin Nuvi 855 - $299 after $200 off at Costco. This is a widescreen unit with Text to speech but also utilizes Voice Command capabilities that allow you to enter commands without having to tap the screen. Very good price for this highly capable unit.

  • TomTom GO 740 LIVE - $317 - an internet connected GPS that has robust traffic reporting and is Google connected for interest search. Has Gas prices updates and comes with 3 months free connected service; about $10/ mo after that.

Rebate ALERT


  • The Garmin Forerunner 405 - $296 after $50 Mail in Rebate - And as I mentioned the other day - Buy the Garmin Forerunner 405, get the $50 rebate AND a Free Garmin Forerunner 50 Sports Watch too.
  • The Garmin Forerunner 405CX that adds a calorie burning calculation. It will ship June 8th, and has the same $50 rebate deal and same Free Forerunner 50 deal. $319 after Mail in Rebate.


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May 28, 2009

Buy a Garmin Forerunner 405/405CX get $50 Rebate + a Free Forerunner 50

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Pretty amazing deal going on over at Amazon that I stumbled across - thought I would pass it along.

Garmin is running a $50 Mail in Rebate on the Forerunner 405 and the new blue Forerunner 405 CX - that has yet to ship from Amazon - your can pre-order for shipping June 10. Buy before the end of June and you qualify - see the rebate form (PDF Link) for details.

On top of that, if you buy the Forerunner 405 or Forerunner 405CX, and add the Forerunner 50 sports watch to the cart, you will get the Forerunner 50 for free - the price gets adjusted at checkout. Buy them and give one away as a present!


At Amazon - Garmin Forerunner 405CX
or the Garmin Forerunner 405

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May 27, 2009

Geovative - JFK Tour of Boston

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While it may not be THE reason to come to Boston, it might make sense to grab this free driving tour of Boston and see a few locations around town that are meaningful to JFK. You can download the file to a Garmin or TomTom, or just follow some printed directions to get from historical place to historical place. The tour was assembled by the Boston Globe, and put up by Geovative, where you can find a lot of other GPS tours for download.

More at Geovative and the Boston Globe

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May 26, 2009

Apisphere Geomate Jr - 250,000 Preloaded Geocaches

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The Geomate Jr. is an out of the box Geocaching GPS that comes loaded with thousands of Geocaches so it's ready to go without connecting it to a computer. The database of 250,000 geocaches is impressive, and the simple interface can get you from here to there in a child friendly way. I will say that if you are sitting in your house, and want to go geocaching, there is a bit of a decision process to go through around location, difficulty, and Geocache type that I find using the Geocache website helpful to screen through the list of possible geocaches out there. From the review at CNet, the unit seems simple enough for kids to use, and enjoy getting outdoors.

For $69 it's a cheap way to get into Geocaching. At REI - The Apisphere Geomate Jr


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May 22, 2009

AT&T Navigator (TeleNav) Gets Frost and Sullivan Award

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AT&T Navigator was recently named Best Consumer Navigation Application of the Year by Frost & Sullivan for its feature rich capabilities, and ease of use. The Speech Recognition data entry, text to speech, millions of Points of Interest, Gas Prices, and ability to navigate while overseas, are just a few of the capabilities that make it a powerhouse.

"AT&T Navigator has set the pace in the industry with an evolving and comprehensive set of capabilities," said Jeanine Sterling, research analyst at Frost & Sullivan. "As a best-in-class solution, it provides advanced features that offer far more than just navigation and mapping functionality."

The AT&T Navigator is powered by TeleNav, the makers of the Shotgun connected GPS, and where you can get your own subscription to navigation capabilities on your smartphone.

More at TeleNav

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May 21, 2009

Garmin Joins Up with VW - Click and Ride

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Garmin is working with VW to add a new Garmin to your car along with a custom mount that will keep the unit well positioned to the outboard side of the driver (left side in the US), and is based on the Nuvi 7X5 series.

"The supplied Garmin nüvi® navigation unit is simply plugged into the pull-off plug-in kit cover and so is ready for immediate use. Optionally also available with a Bluetooth hands-free kit. In conjunction with the supplied Garmin nüvi®, the navigation instructions are automatically output via the vehicle loudspeaker with automatic radio muting. With its 4.3" widescreen colour display, the pre-loaded map of Europe as well as practical and safety-relevant auxiliary functions such as Lane Assist, the Garmin nüvi® guides the driver safely and accurately to his destination. Further highlights: 3D map view, 3D building view for selected large towns, announcement of road names (text to speech), TMC, SD card slot."

Full Press Release below......

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May 20, 2009

My Garmin Gets an Upgrade

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Garmin is upgrading their website to offer a better experience for users of their GPS units. At My Garmin you can download free software updates, and map upgrades that can either come in the form of subscriptions, or in one-time upgrades. The NuMap program allows you to buy a lifetime map service for your GPS, and you then get quarterly upgrades to keep your GPS up to date.

I check for updates on a regular basis for several GPS units, and I can say that with the big GPS makers, the updates keep coming, adding features and fixing issues. Well worth keeping your GPS updated.

More at MyGarmin

Full Press Release below.....

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TomTom XL LIVE for Europe

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TomTom, seeing money in the masses, is launching the TomTom XL LIVE into Europe - a mid-tier product with full access to the suite of LIVE connected capabilities; the key ones being traffic, gas prices and Google search. This follows a normal product strategy of launching at the top of the line and then cascading the capabilities downward. Let's hope that the unit arrives in the US soon. TomTom smartly realized the power of the Network effect when it launched the MapShare capability on the upper end of the line and then subsequently rolled it out to the entire fleet of TomTom units within a short period of time.

Interestingly, GPS Business News has a different spin on things that holds water - that TomTom sales of the LIVE units is below expectations and that only 30% of people wish to renew their LIVE subscriptions. A lower price point may help spur sales. With the current recession, it's easy to believe that sales are slower than anticipated at he high end of the product range.

I am testing out the TomTom GO 740 LIVE right now, and so far I am impressed with the traffic alert quality that uses other GO 740 LIVE devices as anonymous GPS probes that get figured into the traffic assessments to keep you as up to date as possible. Unlike the pioneering Dash; TomTom does not leave color coded breadcrumb trails to assure you that there are others out there like you driving with a connected device assessing traffic.

The TomTom XL LIVE will list for 249 GBP, which is is about $380USD; above the current street price of the GO 740 here. Hopefully there is room for them to bring it to the US in the pricing scheme.

Full Press Release Below......


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May 19, 2009

Waze - Driver Generated Mapping Program

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Waze is trying to change how people think and interact with their navigation device, by getting citizen mappers and traffic spotters out there to help generate an accurate view of the road network, traffic conditions and accidents. The Waze platform sits on your smartphone and anonymously sends information back about your location, speed, allowing you to "report" on your travels. With enough users, the platform can become highly accurate and allow for the most up to date information.

Waze announced that they are starting a public Alpha today and will open it up to a beta test later this year. The program is available only for the Android family of phones, and wil soon be available for the iPhone (now you're talking!). It's pretty ambitious to do all of this on a smartphone, but they have a history of success in Israel where they started.

"waze launched its first mobile application in Israel, where it has been downloaded by more than 80,000 commuters and is the fastest-growing navigation application in that market. Within less than a year the community created the entire navigable map from scratch, and real-time traffic information reached approximately 90 percent coverage and over 85 percent 'estimated time of arrival' accuracy. waze has tens of thousands of daily commuters in Israel, using it several times a day to receive optimal traffic-aware routing to their destination for free."

More at waze.com


Full Press Release after the jump.....

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May 17, 2009

GPS Steals and Deals - 5/17

The Spring starts up the driving season, and it's also Dads and Grads time too. Here are a few of the hotter GPS units on the market that offer a lot of value.

I recommend some upgrades as your budget allows, Text to Speech, and a widescreen in that order. Other additions such as Traffic, Bluetooth Handsfree, etc. are definitely nice to have.

Standard Screen Units

  • Garmin Nuvi 270 - $139 - Has US and Western Euro Maps pre-loaded. No Text to Speech, but if you are heading to Europe and need a unit, this is a great deal.

  • Garmin Nuvi 250 - $109 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. No Text to Speech, but is great deal for Garmin quality.

  • Garmin Nuvi 260 - $126 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. Adds Text to Speech.

  • Garmin Nuvi 255 - $156 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. Has Text to Speech. Adds new interface that updates the look and feel; significant usability upgrade in my mind. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes.

  • TomTom ONE 130 - $115 this week, North American Maps, and a high quality TomTom Interface. Very easy to use at a low price. Does not have Text to Speech. Upgrade to the TomTom ONE 130-S for Text to speech at $120 - very cheap upgrade for text to speech.

Widescreen Units - 4.3-inch or larger

  • Garmin Nuvi 255W - $177 - Text to speech, improved interface, maps of North America. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes. More Info - See my Full Review on the Nuvi 255W.
  • Garmin Nuvi 265WT - $215 - Text to speech, improved interface, maps of North America. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes. Adds free lifetime TMC traffic to the base 255W model features. Very good buy here.

  • Nuvi 760 - $209 - Thin design with Text to Speech and Maps of North America. Route Optimization - plug in multiple stops and let the unit optimize the route for fastest planning, adds Bluetooth handsfree and built-in TMC traffic. Slightly older interface (still has updated maps though). See My Full Review of the Nuvi 760.
  • Nuvi 205W at Amazon $151 - Entry Level Widescreen - No Text to Speech, Continental US Maps. See My Full Review - Nuvi 205W.

  • TomTom ONE XL 330S - $160 - the new Basic Widescreen for the TomTom line, Maps of North America, new Easy Port fold flat mount, and text to speech. See my Full Review for more information.

  • Garmin Nuvi 855 - $299 after $200 off at Costco. This is a widescreen unit with Text to speech but also utilizes Voice Command capabilities that allow you to enter commands without having to tap the screen. Very good price for this highly capable unit.

Rebate ALERT - the Garmin Forerunner 405 - $299 after $50 Mail in Rebate

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MLB Gets Geolocation Patent

In the never ending battle to sell its product, MLB has been awarded a patent to use Geolocation in an effort to understand a person's location and then based on contracted black-outs with other local stations, limit or shut down a game's feed. So think about a local station with exclusive rights who for some reason or another decides to black out a game, you won't be able to watch it on your mobile technology. Another example might be when a station has exclusive rights to broadcast a game in a market, but the user wants to instead watch on their mobile phone; MLB now has the patent to cover their ability to black you out based on your location.

Amazing technology put to a slightly style-crimping use. Oh, well.

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May 14, 2009

TomTom "Secrets" Website gets Webby Award

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TomTom has a small side project that offers a fun little diversion in your boring office cubed day. TomTomsecrets.com has won a Webby Award for it's design. Check out the dossier and see what features a TomTom comes with all at the same time. Took me 40.3 seconds to navigate through traffic.... see what you get.

at TomTomSecrets.com

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May 13, 2009

Mio S401 and S501 GPS - Big Screens and Slim Look

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Mio is announcing their S401 and S501 GPS units for the US today, that bring a light, slim look to the market and a super sized 4.7-inch screen in the S501 that will certainly offer easier viewing and data input while on your way. As GPS units and LCD screens come down in price, I would expect to see more of the 4.7-inch screens and larger making their way to the market to help make the experience better for those who could use the extra real estate.

Mio is working on making search better here too; shown above, you can touch on an area on the map and you will see what Points of Interest (POI) are in the surrounding areas. Also, they are offering key word search for POI targeting the shortcomings of searching for a POI by title only.

The Mio S401 will list for $179 and the Mio S501 will list for $199; both will be available in June.

Full press release follows......

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TomTom GO 740 LIVE - $337 at Amazon

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TomTom GO 740 LIVE is the first connected GPS from TomTom that gives loads of bandwidth to get up to date traffic, Google search and gas prices for local stations. The top of the line unit is now available in the US, and it's a tough time to launch a high end device that comes along with a monthly subscription. By most accounts, the unit is well informed and well designed. It's now available for only $337, down from the list price of $399. Hey, the extra sixty bucks buys the next six months of connected subscriptions.

At Amazon - TomTom GO 740 LIVE

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May 12, 2009

Garmin Forerunner 405 - $299 after $50 Rebate


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Don't know if you saw it, but Garmin has been running a $50 Mail in Rebate on the new Forerunner 405 Black and Green models. Track your workouts via GPS enabled fitness watch, offering you a lot of performance feedback in a little package. The unit has a heart rate monitor, and wireless capabilities to not only log the heart rate performance but also sync with your PC or Mac computer.

Rebate is $50 for purchases made through June 30th - check out Garmin's Promotions page for the Rebate form and full details of the rebate including the terms.

At Amazon - GARMIN Forerunner 405 with Heart Rate Monitor

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May 11, 2009

Garmin Maps Available for Download

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Garmin has long had maps available, but now has just about any map available for purchase at their site in SD card formats (std, micro, etc) as well as a downloadable version. I was cruising around and had forgotten about the CityXplorer maps that offer the ability to navigate on public transit around cities should you want to "navigate" on foot. This feature is available on the 1200, 1300, 1400 & newer models.

Check out their map store for some maps if you need to update or want to download and go on a trip to a new destination.

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May 7, 2009

Garmin Oregon 550 & 550T - Handheld GPS with 3.2 MP Camera

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After a few leaks, Garmin is announcing the new Garmin Oregon 550 and 550t touchscreen handheld GPS units that have a built in 3.2MP camera that can be used to take photos and geotag them along the way. Primarily born out of a need for geocaching, the capability seems well suited to a lot of pursuits. The other big innovation here over the Oregon 400/400t series is the fact that the new unit has a 3-axis digital compass. That means that you don't have to hold it perfectly level to get a good reading; it can be mounted on something like your handlebars or dash and still get a good reading.

The Oregon 550t, with preloaded topo maps for the entire U.S., is $599.99. The Oregon 550, with worldwide basemap in shaded relief, is $499.99.

Full press release after the jump.......


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May 4, 2009

Navigon to Shutter US GPS Operations

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The rumor we reported last week, that Navigon is out of the US GPS Market appears to be true. The company will be slimming down operations in North America to deal with the slowing GPS business, in reaction to the deep discounts that the market leading makers of Garmin and TomTom are offering (or are forced to offer due to high supplies). Garmin and TomTom have this market tied up and as I have written before, their agressive pricing is making it hard for a newcomer to differentiate themselves while demanding the same reasonable price and margins that the big guys get.

Hats off to Navigon for pushing the envelope on Lifetime Traffic with the purchase of your GPS and map updates through a quarterly update service called FreshMaps.

GPS Business News has a short but sweet interview with the Navigon CEO Egon Minar where he said, "Due to the difficult economic environment and the aggressive pricing we have decided to withdraw from the PND business in North America for the time being. We are however not closing down our Chicago office which will continue to serve our automotive and mobile phone businesses in North America."

More at GPS Business News

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Study: GPS Saves Miles and Gas

If you have been waiting to get a GPS, wait no longer, because NAVTEQ recently released results from a study it commissioned to understand the effects of using GPS navigation on miles driven and the overall effect on fuel efficiency. The study was conducted in Germany, among people who had not previously owned a GPS, and attached a data logger to their cars to capture trip distances, times, speed, etc. The study had three groups of users, 1) Drivers without a GPS navigation system (the control group), 2) Drivers with a GPS, and 3) Drivers with a GPS that is traffic enabled. The findings are pretty cool:

  1. Drivers with a GPS drove about 1,500 miles less per year that drivers without a GPS when you annualize the data.
  2. Drivers with a GPS get better fuel efficiency; about 12% better.
  3. Drivers reduced their trip times increased over time as drivers learned how to better use the GPS. The trip distance savings increased for non-standard trips, which I would imagine are those trips where you are not as sure of the route.
  4. Drivers who had the traffic feature had shorter trips during what would be considered Rush hours.

So, while the savings figures below are for a Euro driver where gas is higher per gallon than the US, I calculated a few figures for the US that might illustrate what a US driver might experience if the 12% increase in fuel efficiency held true as well as the 1,500 mile reduction in annual miles driven.

Savings for a Typical US Driver
Assuming a 22 MPG average in the US for the passenger car fleet, a 12% increase would represent 24.6 MPG. If you drove 15,000 miles originally, it would take 681 gallons of gas, or about $1,396 at the US average price of $2.05/gallon. With the GPS, you would drive 12,500 miles at 24.6 MPG, and you would use 508 gallons of gas totaling $1,041 per year at $2.05/gallon. A savings of $354.


If you up the quality of the systems used, I would imagine you would get better results. If you want to get better at driving more economically, try out the ecoRoute capabilities on your Garmin GPS. It's free with all new Nuvi's and is a free download for all Nuvi 205 and 705 series units.


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May 3, 2009

(Mother's Day) GPS Sales, Steals and Deals

Springtime usually brings out the GPS buying public as they prepare for the summer driving season. This year though there's a bigger need for bargains and as the models evolve, a lot more capability at a lower price point. I saw a few bargains this week, and several folks sent some in this week specifically on Costco and REI that you'll see below. With Mother's Day coming up, you might just want to get one for dear old Mom from the list below.

I recommend some upgrades as your budget allows, Text to Speech, and a widescreen in that order. Other additions such as Traffic, Bluetooth Handsfree, etc. are definitely nice to have.

Standard Screen Units

  • Garmin Nuvi 270 - $139 - Has US and Western Euro Maps pre-loaded. No Text to Speech, but if you are heading to Europe and need a unit, this is a great deal.

  • Garmin Nuvi 250 - $109 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. No Text to Speech, but is great deal for Garmin quality.

  • Garmin Nuvi 260 - $137 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. Adds Text to Speech.

  • Garmin Nuvi 255 - $156 - Has North American Maps pre-loaded. Has Text to Speech. Adds new interface that updates the look and feel; significant usability upgrade in my mind. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes.

  • TomTom ONE 130 - $108 this week, North American Maps, and a high quality TomTom Interface. Very easy to use at a low price. Does not have Text to Speech. Upgrade to the TomTom ONE 130-S for Text to speech at $128.
  • TomTom 140 - $146 only at Target as a burgundy colored - no text to speech, with Maps of US/Canada and Mexico.

Widescreen Units - 4.3-inch or larger

  • Garmin Nuvi 255W - $178 - Text to speech, improved interface, maps of North America. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes. More Info - See my Full Review on the Nuvi 255W.
  • Garmin Nuvi 265WT - $219 - Text to speech, improved interface, maps of North America. Supports ecoRoute gas saving driving routes. Adds free lifetime TMC traffic to the base 255W model features. Very good buy here.
  • Nuvi 760 - $199 - Thin design with Text to Speech and Maps of North America. Route Optimization - plug in multiple stops and let the unit optimize the route for fastest planning, adds Bluetooth handsfree and built-in TMC traffic. Slightly older interface (still has updated maps though). See My Full Review of the Nuvi 760.
  • Nuvi 200W at Amazon $159 - Entry Level Widescreen - No Text to Speech, Continental US Maps. See My Full Review - Nuvi 205W.

  • TomTom ONE XL 330S - $169- the new Basic Widescreen for the TomTom line, Maps of North America, new Easy Port fold flat mount, and text to speech. See my Full Review for more information.

  • Garmin Nuvi 855 - $299 after $200 off at Costco. This is a widescreen unit with Text to speech but also utilizes Voice Command capabilities that allow you to enter commands without having to tap the screen. Very good price for this highly capable unit.


Handhelds

There are some price drops on Garmin Handhelds out there that you should be checking out and looking into. REI; famous outfitters, and famous for maintaining a list price on GPS units, has dropped their price on Garmin Oregon 400t touchscreen units to $399; great deal if you can apply some of your member dividend against it. The list price on this is over $500. If you hurry, you can still get a $50 rebate too - see the current promotions page at Garmin - Rebate period ends 5/10!

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