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Dec. 6, 2010

SkyCaddie SGX Golf GPS

SkyCaddie SGX Golf GPS

Each year we ask our parents what they want for Christmas, and each year they always request something golf-related. This year, we've decided to go high-tech and give them this SkyCaddie SGX Golf GPS. Deemed legal in 2005 by the USGA, the caddie features an LCD screen that provides brilliant color images even in the brightest sunlight. It allows you to store up to 30,000 pre-loaded, ground-verified course maps for quick access.

July 29, 2010

TomTom XL 350 GPS

TomTom XL 350 GPS

A friend of ours recently took a cross-country trip and swore by her TomTom XL 350 GPS. She said it provided extremely accurate maps and directions to the nearest gas station. It also helped her find places that were off the beaten path so that she could get the most out of her travels. More importantly, it provides added safety features through “Help Me!” so you can easily access local emergency providers such as... more

Feb. 18, 2010

Garmin Forerunner 405 GPS

Garmin Forerunner 405 GPS

If you've got a big race coming up, it's important that you stay on top of your training to ensure the best progress. This Garmin Forerunner 405 GPS will make sure you hit your fitness goal each and every time. A touch bezel around the display allows users to easily scroll through function screens with a single finger. Its navigation capabilities let you mark locations, find locations or navigate back to the starting point.... more

May 1, 2009

Microsoft Streets & Trips 2009 With GPS Locator

Microsoft Streets & Trips 2009 With GPS Locator

If you travel a lot for work and play and want to navigate new cities like a pro, Microsoft Streets & Trips 2009 With GPS Locator adds real-time GPS tracking to its destination mapping capabilities. With a USB you add to your laptop, you can actually see your exact location and get your bearings more easily. That's in case you misread the detailed directions and turned left when you should have turned right.

Garmin Oregon 400t

Garmin Oregon 400t

While you may be a pro working all the gear that helps keep you on the trail and heading in the right direction, it's nice if the less experienced hikers can too. That's the case with the Garmin Oregon 400t, a GPS that has all bells and whistles to impress the gear-head, but that Backpacker's novice testers "were navigating within minutes of turning it on." We especially like the integration with map software and... more

Feb. 2, 2009

Garmin nuvi 205W GPS (Vehicle, 4.3 LCD)

Garmin nuvi 205W GPS (Vehicle, 4.3 LCD)

Some cliches have a smidgen of truth behind them, and the man who won't ask for directions is, sadly, one of them. What could be a better Valentine's Day gift than preempting any future arguments about why you're spending the evening making random turns instead of dining out at the new bistro everyone's talking about? The portable Garmin nuvi 205W GPS is an inexpensive option that provides turn-by-turn directions and is easy enough for... more

Nov. 19, 2008

Budget Sony GPS

Budget Sony GPS

Getting directions from Point A to Point B does not have to cost as much as a cross-country plane ticket for the holidays. Sony now makes an affordable GPS unit that gets the job done nicely for under $200. Available in 3 colors, the Sony NV-U44 has a 3.5" touchscreen, text-to-speech functionality, and dual view mode with lane guidance. It's also got a photo viewer and what Sony calls Gesture Command, which sounds like... more

Oct. 1, 2008

Garmin Nuvi 765T GPS

Garmin Nuvi 765T GPS

New from Garmin: The Nuvi 765T, one of the GPS units in the company's new "7x5" series. In addition to the standard 4.3" touchscreen display, voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions, Bluetooth for hands-free calls, and the popular “Where Am I?” feature, the 765T tells you the speed limit and offers free traffic alerts for life - no additional subscription required. There's also something called "lane assist" that shows you ahead of time what lane you need... more

Sept. 24, 2008

Bushnell BackTrack GPS

Bushnell BackTrack GPS

If you frequently get lost or can't find your car in mall or stadium parking lots, you should check out the Bushnell BackTrack GPS. When you park your car (or pitch your tent) you push a button to mark your location. Later, when you're lost, the BackTrack uses GPS technology to guide you back to your starting point. The 6-ounce device runs on AAA batteries, works in urban and rural areas, comes with a... more

Sept. 4, 2008

Mio Knight Rider GPS

Mio Knight Rider GPS

"Michael, where would you like to go today?" That's how K.I.T.T. greeted David Hasslehoff in "Knight Rider," and that's how the Mio Knight Rider GPS greets you when you turn it on. In the exact same voice, thanks to Mio's partnership with Universal Studios. (You can then change it to one of 300+ other names.) K.I.T.T. (William Daniels) will give you voice guidance and turn-by-turn directions (accompanied by LED synthesizer lights), and make you... more

July 3, 2008

Garmin Nuvi 880

Garmin Nuvi 880

We don't drive much, and we don't mind stopping to ask people for directions. So we don't need the top-of-the-line Garmin Nuvi 880. But we're sure some people will have a hard time resisting the award-winning navigator (CNET calls it "one of the best GPS (products) we've tested to date"), because it crams so many features into such a compact package: Advanced speech recognition that lets you perform 30 functions without taking your hands... more

June 25, 2008

BlackBerry Pearl 8110

BlackBerry Pearl 8110

The new iPhone will have GPS, but if you can't wait until July 11th (or your company won't pay for iPhones), check out the BlackBerry Pearl 8110. The phone has a media player, a 2-megapixel camera with video recording, a web browser, Bluetooth, and QWERTY keyboard, as well as GPS (via the AT&T Navigator service) that lets you see your location on a map or find out where the nearest shops/services are. More more

May 29, 2008

TomTom Go 930 GPS

TomTom Go 930 GPS

The new TomTom Go 930 GPS device does just about everything except the actual driving. In addition to standard text- and voice-guided turn-by-turn directions, text-to-speech functionality, 2D and 3D maps (with zoom), route recalculation, Bluetooth, and "help" and "where am I?" functions, you can tell the thing - verbally - where you want to go. And the person in the passenger seat can play around with the image viewer, MP3 player (with support for... more

March 18, 2008

Panasonic Strada CN-GP50U GPS

Panasonic Strada CN-GP50U GPS

Panasonic has jumped into the already-crowded GPS market with its first portable navigation device, the Strada CN-GP50U. The Strada has a 5" touch-screen display set in a slim body (it's just over an inch thick) so it's compact and easy to carry. It's got a text-to-speech function that reads out road names, Bluetooth for hands-free calling, and an SD card slot. The Strada comes with an SD card preloaded with 1.8 million points of... more

Jan. 19, 2008

Garmin Nuvi 760 GPS

Garmin Nuvi 760 GPS

Got GPS? The new Garmin Nuvi 760 is ready to go right out of the box, with 2D and 3D maps, turn-by-turn voice directions, and a 4.3" touchscreen display. The "Where Am I?" feature displays the nearest address and intersection, along with the closest hospitals, police stations, gas stations, and more. And - get this - it remembers where you parked (which, of course, is only helpful if you remember to take it with... more

Nov. 7, 2007

TomTom One XL-S

TomTom One XL-S

First there was the entry-level TomTom One, a portable GPS device with a 3.5" screen. Then came the TomTom One XL, which upped the screen size to 4.3" and added Bluetooth. Now there's the TomTom One XL-S, which adds text-to-speech technology (we assume that "S" in its name stands for "speech"). If you want it to, the device will read aloud street names, road numbers, traffic warnings, weather information, and more. You... more

Oct. 31, 2007

Mio DigiWalker C720T GPS

Mio DigiWalker C720T GPS

Want more than just directions from your GPS? The Mio DigiWalker C720t also has a media player (music, photos, videos) and a 2-megapixel digital camera. Yeah, we know, your camera is better, but the Mio's camera can "tag" photos with GPS coordinates, so you know exactly where you took a picture, and if you want to go back to that spot, the Mio can direct you. Sounds like something out of CSI, right? Other... more

Sept. 28, 2007

Garmin eTrex Legend HCx GPS Receiver

Garmin eTrex Legend HCx GPS Receiver

Hit the road or the trail with Garmin's portable eTrex Legend HCx. It's lightweight (just 5.6 ounces), waterproof, and sensitive enough to hold a GPS signal almost anywhere, including canyons and areas with heavy tree coverage. The device comes with a basemap of North America, and if you insert a MapSource card with detailed street maps into the microSD card slot, it will provide turn-by-turn directions to your destination. Prices start around $250. More... more

Sept. 19, 2007

Garmin Rino 530HCx Handheld GPS

Garmin Rino 530HCx Handheld GPS

If you're planning any Extreme Outdoor Adventures this fall, you might want to take along a GPS device and a walkie-talkie for safety. Or the Garmin Rino 530HCx, which combines both into one device (plus a compass, altimeter, and weatherman). The waterproof Rino will locate your position (even in heavy cover and deep canyons) and send your exact location to other Rino users. And the walkie-talkie lets you communicate with any FRS/GMRS radio up... more

Sept. 13, 2007

Navigon 7100 GPS

Navigon 7100 GPS

You land in a new city. You pick up your rental car. You're hungry. You see a T.G.I. Friday's near your hotel but you just can't hack another night of "loaded potato skins." If you had the Navman 7100, you could browse Zagat restaurant ratings, find the nearest 25-point Italian restaurant, be navigated (with text or voice guidance) to said restaurant, and soon be relaxing over a glass of chianti. The Navman 7100 also... more