Your smartphones may have the latest Google Maps but if it lacks turn-by-turn navigation, you will probably be better off with a dedicated GPS device. The best time to buy one is of course at an electronics fair and now that the IT Show is here, here are some of our suggestions:
Looking for a capable GPS unit? The new Holux GPS 61 is 14.1 mm thick and comes with quality finishing and a removable battery. With a 4.3-inch screen, users will be able to utilize the map data from Singapore Land Authority and traffic data from Land Transport Authority. Comes with the latest Galactio V8.8 software.
The bigger cousin to the 61S model, the 62S GPS model comes with a bigger 5-inch screen and an equally slim profile. Comes with the latest Galactio V8.8 software, map data from Singapore Land Authority and traffic data from Land Transport Authority.
|Click here for EastGear (Holux) brochures.|
Looking for a capable GPS unit? Your TomTom device is pre-installed with the latest map of Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei, Hong Kong and Macau. Comes with a huge 4.3-inch display for better viewing.
If you travel and drive overseas very often, the TomTom GO 2050 World may very well be your best buddy on the road. It utilizes a sensitive 5-inch Fluid Touch screen that responds intelligently to every gesture for faster and more interactive navigation experience. Included in the GPS device is a comprehensive list of maps around the world.
|Click here for Tom Tom brochures.|