Compared to smartphones with GPS capabilities, dedicated GPS devices are still considered better navigation tools as they generally provide turn-by-turn navigation on a bigger display. Here are some of the deals we found at Sitex 2012:
Branded as Garmin's simplest GPS running watch, the Forerunner 10 should appeal to mainstream consumers with its simple training features such as Virtual Pacer, run/walk feature and Garmin Connect. The watch keeps track of how far and how fast you run, as well as your calories.
One of its key features is its 5-inch display, which allows you to view the maps and routes comfortably on the move. As it comes with free lifetime maps support, you will save money in the long term. It also has a speed limit indicator to alert you if you are travelling beyond the speed limit.
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The Marbella Geomate 500 comes equipped with a built-in FM transmitter which allows playing music from the GPS via the car stereo and a huge 5-inch TFT LCD panel. That aside, other specs include a SiRF Atlas V 666Hz processor, 128MB SDDR RAM and 4GB internal memory. Comes preloaded with five country maps - Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand and Indonesia.
The Marbella N50 features a Samsung 400mHz processor, a 5.0-inch TFT LCD panel, 128MB SDDR RAM and 2GB internal memory. Comes preloaded with five country maps - Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Thailand and Indonesia.
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