Garmin's nüvi 260W combines the thinprofile and attractive price point of other nüvi 200-series GPS with directions in real street names and a w...
Garmin’s nüvi 260W combines the thinprofile and attractive price point of other nüvi 200-series GPS with directions in real street names and a wide screen that lets you see more of what’s around you as you drive. As with all nüvis, you get Garmin reliability, the fast satellite lock of a high-sensitivity integrated receiver, a slim, pocket-sized navigator with a gorgeous display, detailed NAVTEQ maps that lets you search by name for more than 6 million points of interest like stores, restaurants or hospitals, and an easy, intuitive interface. Read the rest of this entry »
Lowrance launched the Touchscreen GPS – Endura Sierra, Safari and Outback: Sturdy, touchscreen handhelds that take outdoor maps of all kinds. This GPS could be used in all kinds of activities including hiking, hunting, off-roading, skiing, and of course boating. The top of the line Sierra ($550) has a barometric altimeter and a 3D compass, plus 4GB built-in memory for your maps or even music, pics and video. Read the rest of this entry »
Garmin is established name in terms of GPS navigation systems, and the latest in a long line of such equipment for the 640th GPSMAP This device is ultra-portable and robust navigation device with a touch screen to help you find a way through the vast array of street maps and charts, which are already preloaded on the device. In addition, the GPSMAP 620, the two devices will focus on markets outside the United States. More information about these new Garmin immediately after the jump.
You can also decide to increase the GPSMAP 640 has an impressive capacity with the possibility of GXM 40 antenna, which is sold separately, Read the rest of this entry »