Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Best 5 GPS Navigation systems

Garmin Nuvi 880
Garmin Nuvi 880 is sleek, compact, and simple. It measures 4.9 inches wide by 3.1 inches high by 0.7 inch deep and weighs 6.2 ounces for easy portability between vehicles.

Navigon 7200T GPS Navigation
The Navigon 7200T offers an attractive design and plenty of features, including voice address entry, 3D landmark renderings, text-to-speech functionality, and integrated Bluetooth.
Navigon 7200T GPS Navigation - 4.3 Touch Screen Display, 2GB Internal Memory, MicroSD, USB 2.0, Bluetooth, North American Maps.

Magellan Maestro 5310
The Magellan Maestro 5310's large screen is nice if you want it, but you give up features to get it. Other Maestro models represent a better value.

Mio C520 Navigation Receiver
Mio C520 at just 4.9 inches wide by 3.2 inches tall by 0.8 inch deep and weighing 6.7 ounces, it's extremely sleek, so much so that of all the multimedia-capable GPS models.

4.3-inch touch screen. It displays 65,000 colors at a 480x272-pixel resolution, making the maps and images look vibrant and text sharp. Readable screen under sunlight,

It's include an external antenna port and speaker on the back, and a mini USB port and 18-pin power connector on the bottom. There's also an SD expansion slot and 2.5mm headphone jack on the left spine. The Mio C520 is equipped with a 20-channel SiRFIII GPS chip.

TomTom One 125
The TomTom One 125 offers a solid, entry-level GPS for first-time buyers or for those looking for the most basic navigation functions. measuring just 3.8 inches wide by 3.2 inches tall by 1 inch thick and weighs 6.7 ounces. On front, you'll find a 3.5-inch WVGA touch screen. With a 64,000-color output and 320x240 pixel resolution.