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Nav N Go Launches Premium Navigation Software: iGO primo™

In anticipation of CeBIT 2010, Nav N Go announces the launch of iGO primo™. This year’s product highlight enables OEM partners to provide a rich and innovative feature set to discerning customers who seek the utmost in quality. iGO primo™ is built on the same concept of simplicity and an intuitive user interface that was introduced with iGO amigo™ in 2009. The latest product now adds over 30 new features and hundreds of enhancements to the iGO My way engine without compromising the simplicity of the innovative user interface.
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Ford Tarurus 2010 SHO

New Garmin
Nüvi 2×5 Series

Garmin today announced the next evolution of the nüvi 200 series, the entry-level favorites in Garmin’s popular nüvi line. The low-priced nüvi 2×5 models, a family of new products introduced at CeBIT, improve upon the features of their 200-series predecessors while providing the opportunity to add top-of-the-line features such as improved mapping and routing features, faster satellite acquisition, navigation by photos, FM traffic updates or dynamic content from MSN Direct.

As portable and powerful as ever, the nüvi 2×5 models are available in vibrant 4.3” or 3.5” screens with an all new shaded elevation mapping display. Using Garmin’s unique Web site — Garmin Connect Photos — users can choose from millions of geo-located photos provided by Google’s Panoramio photo sharing community and download them to the nüvi for a richer navigation experience using pictures as a guide. more

The Ultimate GPS Test: 5 New Nav Units on the Road & in the Lab

Just a few years ago, slow and nonintuitive was the norm for GPS navigators. These days, we expect nav devices to be fast, accurate and simple enough to figure out without a manual. (Who reads those things, anyway?)

We took five models with comparable features and subjected them to a grueling road trip and lab test in order to rate their performances on a five-star scale. All five devices feature traffic guidance (for a small subscription fee), Bluetooth for hands-free mobile calling and the ability to read out street names (“turn left on Elm St.” instead of “turn left in 30 ft.”). While these features add convenience, we were more interested in how easy the systems were to use—and, of course, how quickly they got us to our destination. In these respects, all units performed well, but even the strongest entries showed room for improvement. More from All rights reserved 2009