Portable GPS navigation will help you find your way even in the most complicated city in any country.
Auto GPS navigation can create your route, mark the most frequented spots, give you voice directions, and more.
Navigator is your best assistant on the route that will help you quickly and easily reach your destination. br> On our website you can read info and tips on the best portable devices and navigation reviews, learn more about different GPS features, units and systems and also find out about the highest rated portable GPS .
» GPS Nuvi 200.
Get a new wonderful driving experience and save your money with Nuvi 200W! Like all other nuvi devices, this navigator has a very friendly and easy interface.
Your personal travel assistant comes with a large and colorful touch-screen display and preloaded maps for the United States, Puerto Rico and Hawaii.
If you’re interested in more mapping options, check out the Nuvi 250W for the whole set of maps for North America or the Nuvi 270, the transatlantic edition with preloaded maps for two continents.
» Garmin's navigator 265WT.
Extensive features and a brilliant widescreen display await you in this inexpensive and easy-to-use navigator GPS Nuvi 265W.
A successful update of Nuvi 265T, the device comes with preloaded City Navigator® NT street maps, hands-free calling and lifetime traffic to make your driving as pleasant as possible.
» The Garmin 260 GPS navigator is a new invention
Some time ago we couldn’t even dream of such benefits, as all we were suggested was just an options package for a large sum of money. Now the users are provided with a number of package offers, including the Garmin nuvi 260 GPS navigator. It comprises Suction cup mount, Charger Cable, cradle and user instruction.
It has the same 2”x 2.5” screen with the equal features as the upgraded versions. Besides, such features as quick road calculating and the menu, which is easy to operate, make this navigater the favourite among all the others.
Friday 28 October 2011 at 11:35 am
Many people know that maps for GPS-navigators can be vector and raster, but not everyone can explain how they differ.
A vector map can be observed only in navigator or computer screen. Actually it is just object list of terrain with coordinates. For example, a bus stop is a point with coordinates and an icon with bus, road is a line with coordinates of every it’s bend, wood is a list of coordinates of the line contouring a large forest called polygon.
This map looks angularly enough, but it is possible to change its scale in very wide limits. Big cities and main highways are shown only in a small scale, quarters, streets with titles and houses with numbers appear at scale increasing.
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 6:30 pm
My first Navigator was heavy, strong and very reliable Magellan GPS 4000XL.
300 gramms of the brick in military style with an amorphous substance instead of glass, on which furrows with millimetric depth grew in 24hours, seemed then a fantasy.
Nobody of my touristic friends had such a miracle, and many of them hardly heard about it.Two-channel receiver released in 1998 terribly lost satellites in wet forest and shallow canyons, but the most part of time it showed exact coordinates and specified directions and distances to any of 200 points stored in its memory.
And it was quite enough to use it. Since then I never wandered in a fog and didn't suffer in doubts at every crossroad of the trip.
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 6:03 pm
Navigator Triton 1500 and 2000 with bright 2.7 inch display having resolution 320x240 of pixels.
Combination of compactness and simplicity. Convenient construction.
Handheld Navigators Magellan Triton 1500 and 2000 are the excellent decision for those who hasn't got used to reflect once again, selecting necessary and only right way.
With this best handheld gps it is not necessary to study instructions and descriptions. It was constructed by a principle: "I am always ready to work".Also it is functional enough to solve any tasks laid to it by the user.
You don’t need vector maps any more!
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 4:28 pm
Widescreen Portable navigator. I bought this device ten days ago and I am satisfied with it indeed. The navigator is excellent, I like its mainstream feature and innovative navigation. Now I bought a new navigator, as the previous one has been stolen from my car, it was also Garmin nuvi 1350T which I really loved.
Then I bought "Magellan", but it did not satisfy me, and I decided to buy Garmin nuvi 1350. This time the price really surprised me, I got it only for $247 – Amazon.
I preferred it to 1390T as I do not need Bluetooth, which is the only difference between them. I was afraid that the quality of Bluetooth would not suit me, as I know it to be quite poor in general on this devices. The way most people use Bluetooth was the main reason.
Usually I get out in my car and that’s why I always need my Bluetooth to make calls. But I do not need navigator all the time.
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 4:09 pm
This navigator will never let you get lost in the winding streets of the city.
Just take it out of the box and get behind the wheel!Set your destination with a couple of pads on the Garmin nuvi 660 touchscreen, listen to turn-by-turn directions and enjoy the text-to-speech function that announces street names – you won’t even have to take your eyes off the road!
The widescreen 4,3-inch display is easily readable in the sun and from any angle.
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 3:23 pm
Can you imagine a really small device that will help you not to get lost in a complicated city layout, provide you with travel assistance, store your music and photos and give you translations and even more?
Just look at Garmin nuvi 350, and you won’t have to imagine anything!
This unit the size of a deck of cards provides a truly revolutionary concept of GPS navigators – don’t hesitate to try it out.
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 2:54 pm
Enjoy the slim and sleek Garmin nuvi 285W with its widescreen, preloaded maps and text-to-speech.
You’ll never get lost while driving: this navigator GPS will give you detailed direction and speak out street names (for example, “turn right in 100 feet at Larch Street”).
With the preloaded maps for North America you can just install the GPS in your car and go.
Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 1:22 pm
I've long been a fan of Garmin’s GPS navigators and I was really exited when the company announced the release of their next device, nuvi 760.
I couldn’t wait to see what it was like. Could it really surpass the Garmin nuvi 660 and 680, already a success? What were its updates? Find out in this description.
The Garmin nuvi 760 is as multifunctional as a navigator GPS can be. Enjoy its preloaded maps, advanced navigation, widescreen display, FM-transmitter, free-hands calling and traffic alerts.
Its navigation really is top-class with route-planning and an emergency locator – you’ve never enjoyed driving more than with this device.