Well-designed GPS device is a great deal with lifetime live traffic and map updates.
A very capable 3.5-inch navigator with a good Bluetooth phone interface. Larger screen devices with similar feature sets are available at similar or lower prices.
Has same navigation features as other Magellan GPS units, but a bigger screen size.
The TomTom Ease offers a simplified, affordable navigation experience for those willing to use a device with a smaller (3.5-inch) screen.
The TomTom Go 2505 is a winner across the board. It has all of the features you need: a 5.0-inch screen, Bluetooth that works seamlessly, highway lane guidance, and lifetime traffic/map updates.
This GPS device is a stripped-down version of other models in Magellan's 2000 series; but with its omissions (no Canada maps or lane assist), this model’s appeal is limited.
Inexpensive, 4.3-inch-screen GPS device provides a solid navigation experience, but lacks finesse.
Its specialized traffic delivery ensures that you’re up-to-date on the latest snarls before you start your commute.
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