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QStarz BT-Q1300

QStarz BT-Q1300

This GPS receiver is small as a keyring, but powerful enough to track your trek.
Kogan Technologies EziNav GPS

Kogan Technologies EziNav GPS

A great (if somewhat tacky) budget GPS unit.
Garmin nuvi 255 GPS unit

Garmin nuvi 255 GPS unit

Compact GPS ideal for consumers on a budget
Garmin nuvi 255W

Garmin nuvi 255W

Entry-level GPS with a widescreen display
Garmin nuvi 265

Garmin nuvi 265

Compact navigation but at the expense of screen size.
Garmin nuvi 265W GPS unit

Garmin nuvi 265W GPS unit

Widescreen navigation for a reasonable price.
Garmin nuvi 5000

Garmin nuvi 5000

Large screen navigation designed for 4WD and truck drivers.
Navman S150

Navman S150

GPS that provides an excellent navigational experience.
Navman S300T GPS unit

Navman S300T GPS unit

Navman's S-Series goes Platinum
Garmin GPSMAP 76Cx

Garmin GPSMAP 76Cx

A handheld GPS device that offers good value.
Garmin GPSMAP 76

Garmin GPSMAP 76

Relatively cheap but somewhat flawed.
TomTom GO 730 GPS unit

TomTom GO 730 GPS unit

Latest GO unit featuring IQ Routes technology and advanced lane guidance.
Azentek CPC-1100

Azentek CPC-1100

Azentek's second integrated in-car PC, designed for single DIN dash slots
Azentek Atlas CPC-1200

Azentek Atlas CPC-1200

The world's first fully integrated in-car PC.
Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

Nokia 5800 XpressMusic

Can Nokia's 5800 XpressMusic -- its first touch screen mobile phone -- shape up as an iPhone 3G killer?
Garmin Oregon 400c

Garmin Oregon 400c

Sail the seven seas without getting lost.
HTC Touch HD

HTC Touch HD

HTC's Touch HD boasts a massive screen -- but can this smartphone knock the iPhone off its perch?
Navigon 2150max

Navigon 2150max

Advanced guidance features from a new player in the Australian market
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