The nuivfone will be Garmins first entrance into mobile phone market.
The Binatone X350 is one of the cheapest entry level Sat Navs around.
TomTom are back with a new top end TomTom GO
This month sees the introduction of two new GPS devices from Packard Bell.
The latest from Mitac is the new Mio C510E
New GPS chip, the u-blox 5, boasts Galileo compatibility and a 1 second TTFF
TomTom has confirmed 910s shipped with viruses
The Etrex is a cheap GPSr ideal for outdoor use.
A bluetooth GPS system using the new SiRFstar III LP chipset
At £99 the GoPal 210 must be the cheapest SiRF Star III sat nav around?
The StreetPilot C550 is Garmin's answer to TomTom's top of the range 910 model
Mio's budget GPS unit at around £170 but packing some really nice features.
The Forerunner 101 offers walkers and runners an entry-level GPS trainer device.
The 330 Auto Navigation is Nokia's first entry into dedicated satellite navigation.
Sony attempts to crack the TomTom market with its new NV-U51
The nuvi 300 is a GPS navigator and digital entertainment system, all in one.
A year on from the original ONE, this new release sees some significant changes
The new Mitac Mio H610, due end of October
Brief overview of the Mio P350 and P550
Despite its size the i3 will perform many of the functions of a normal sized device.
TomTom's One based on the TomTom GO 300 but with a few extras...
A very basic, cheap and cheerful routeplanner from the AA
Latest incarnation of Microsoft's popular Autoroute software
We show you how to create Points Of Interest for your GPS navigator
3D Views, OS Maps, GPS support: lose yourself in this mapping software.
By D Barton in GPS. December 1, 2006
The F20 is a simple, easy to use GPS. There's no fancy MP3 playback or bluetooth, this unit is straight forward and simple to use. In particular the nearest petrol and parking buttons on the side on the device are brilliant, simply press a button to flash up their locations on the 3.5 inch anti-reflective screen. It couldn't be easier, there's no menus to struggle with to get at them.
There's built in speed cameras too, enabled with a simple on / off setting. A years subscription to camera updates costs £33
Navman F20 Features
Antiglare 3.5” touch screen
Back on track – if you take a wrong turn
POI (Points of Interest)
Postcode address search
Favourite destination stored
2D and 3D maps
Automatic day/night mode
Pre-installed speed camera data
Nearest Fuel and Park buttons to alert you to the nearest petrol station or car park
Compatibility with the optional T1 Traffic Pack for real-time, subscription-free traffic updates in the UK, France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark and the Netherlands
Reliable, accurate GPS navigation with SiRFstar III™ technology
Advanced Motorway Navigation
Route Summary View and Pause Journey functions
1 Year manufacturers guarantee
The F20 is currently priced at around £150