Another mid-range GPS gadget to look at is Holux's TrackNavi 61S. 4.3-inch WQVGA TFT LCD with touch screen (480 x 272 pixels), 128MB RAM and 4GB internal memory - features good enough for your traveling endeavors.
If you have cash to spare, the 62S-AV is a good option to look at. It comes with a 5-inch TFT LCD screen with 400nits of brightness, SiRF Atlas V DUAL CORE 600 MHz, 128MB RAM and 4GB internal memory.
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One of the most important features of a dedicated GPS device is its display, and for the nuvi 50LM, it certainly meets the criteria with its huge 5-inch display. Unlike entry level GPS devices, you save money in the long term thanks to its free lifetime maps support. It also has a speed limit indicator to alert you if you are traveling beyond the speed limit.
If you prefer to save up for a rainy day, you might want to opt out for the nuvi 40LM instead of its bigger cousin, the 50LM. It is almost identical in specs with the former, save for its smaller 4.3-inch screen. Free lifetime of map support and speed limit indicator included.
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